The Chamblee Farmers’ Market is looking for leaders for their new locally grown market coming this spring!
The Chamblee Farmers’ Market is looking for leaders to spearhead this new effort to bring local food to Atlanta tables from our Georgia farmers! Organizational meeting on March 10th, 2010 at the Chamblee Library.
We want your opinion regarding the Mason Mill Park redevelopment plans! The public is invited to attend an information session with DeKalb County Parks and Recreation on February 2, 2010.
Southface to tackle Atlanta’s transportation woes and our transit-based future development at December’s Sustainable Atlanta Roundtable
Southface to tackle Atlanta’s transportation woes and our transit-based future development at December’s Sustainable Atlanta Roundtable with leaders from Citizens for Progressive Transit and Georgia DOT’s Intermodal Programs.
The DeKalb County Parks, Bond, and Greenspace office will host a forum to give the public the latest from the county greenspace program. This is DeKalb County’s initiative to purchase and convert land into parks and greenspace in Atlanta, Decatur, Lithonia, Stone Mountain, etc.
Learn about Decatur’s walking and biking initiatives at the Sierra Club’s Metro Atlanta Chapter monthly meeting!
Join the Metro Atlanta Sierra Club to learn more about the City of Decatur’s community transportation plan to include pedestrian, bike, and transit issues; intersection improvements; traffic calming; parking; railroad quiet zones; implementation; and more!
DeKalb County is inviting Atlanta and Decatur residents to share their opinions on the implementation of the recently adopted Comprehensive Plan, the Comprehensive Transportation Plan, and the Livable Center’s Initiatives. The goal of the DeKalb County Planning & Development Department is to educate the public through a series of meetings, workshops, speaking engagements, and hearings … Read more
Update on the BeltLine versus AMTRAK debate as well as the Quarterly Briefing in February 2009.
Atlanta BeltLine’s Quarterly Briefing in February 2009
As many of us know, Atlanta and Decatur are smattered with parks and greenspace and one of these areas is Medlock Park in Decatur. Every few months, the Medlock Area Neighborhood Association (MANA) has a community meeting for residents to promote an open dialogue on any neighborhood issues. Here are the details on the next … Read more
Most of us who live in the Medlock Park, University Heights, Laurel Ridge, and the surrounding neighborhoods in Decatur realize just how lucky we are with the series of parks, nature preserves, trails, creeks, and community centers we have in the area. And Mason Mill Park is one of our jewels. The past several months, … Read more
The Atlanta BeltLine and our beautiful Piedmont Park are at risk! Please join the BeltLine Network and friends & neighbors of the BeltLine this Saturday, January 31st, 2009 at 2 p.m. for a rally showing support for the BeltLine project, the preservation of some of our most historic intown neighborhoods, and the prevention of a … Read more
The Georgia Department of Transportation and AMTRAK threaten to take over the BeltLine’s northeast corridor to put in high speed rail, completely undermining the principle of the BeltLine and the advancement of logical transportation initiatives in Atlanta…
Check out the latest events going on with Southface here in Atlanta! Get the latest on our environmental developments with the Greenprints Conference and Tradeshow and the Sustainable Atlanta Roundtable!
Get involved with the Atlanta BeltLine and the future of our city! Here are a few upcoming events plus links to the BeltLine bus tour and volunteer opportunities.