From the City of Atlanta Department of Planning:
Please share this information with your email distribution, email groups, next door groups…Everybody! We want you to take advantage of the opportunity to have one-on-one exchange with City Planning Staff.
Thank you for your input during Phase I of the Zoning Ordinance Update project! We are all set to launch Phase II of the project. The Department of City Planning (Department) will launch two (2) Public Forums –April 9, 2018 (Atlanta Metropolitan State College) and April 11, 2018 (Trinity Presbyterian Church). In addition, the Department will hold eight (8) Open House Sessions throughout the City. It is our intent to provide citizens with an opportunity for input and education on the proposed zoning adjustments.
The City of Atlanta Zoning Ordinance Update Phase II is a direct result of the Zoning Ordinance Diagnostic conducted in 2016. The proposed amendments will seek to:
- Clarify and improve certain provisions of the Atlanta Zoning Ordinance and Subdivision Ordinance for usability
- Provide consistency with the City’s Comprehensive Development Plan and other comprehensive planning processes
- Update consistency with state and federal law, and advance the public health, safety and welfare.
- Offer best practices in zoning
- Improve public perceptions of, and experiences with, the Zoning Ordinance
We look forward to engaging with you at one or more meetings.
Final FLYER 2018 ATL Zoning Ordinance Public Forums
Morehouse School of Medicine is conducting a survey to gather information from NPU V and other NPUs to learn about the population in relation to Morehouse School of Medicine PRC: Community Health Connections Radio Broadcast. We are looking to learn about who listens to the show and what health topics the community think are most important to discuss on the show. If you would be willing to post the link on the NPU V webpage and Facebook page that would be much appreciated. Below is the link to the survey:
Morehouse School of Medicine Prevention Research Center is requesting community residents of NPU V to become Members of the Community Safety Evaluation Resident Advisory Committee. We would like representation from each of the communities in NPU V. You’ll have an opportunity for: Co-design an evaluation to understand how community safety projects are influencing NPU V; training in evaluation, data collection and analysis that you can apply to other issues or initiatives you care about; participation in regular monthly meetings for 1 year on the 4th Wednesday evening of each month from 6-8 pm, and to receive compensation for your ongoing committee participation.
Please let me know of your member recommendations by March 26, 2018. I have attached additional details and the profile application for interested community residents. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact me: 404-752-1139 or email email@example.com
You can find more information here: NPU Resident Advisory Committee flyer
Application: MSM PRC Evaluation RAC Application
Also we have a number of complimentary registrations we can offer to community residents/partners for the Dr. Daniel S. Blumenthal Public Health Conference “Cancer and the Public’s Health: Strategies to Advance Health Equity” on April 4.
For details see: http://www.msm.edu//Education/ExtendedProfessionalEducation/publichealthconference.php
Please let me know by next week (3/21/18) if you and/or another community member are interested in attending and I will submit your/their names for the complimentary list.
The Rick McDevitt Center is hosting a 3 on 3 basketball tournament to help keep the youth center open. The event will be heald on Saturday, April 21st at Four Corners Park in Peoplestown. Please see below flyer for more details.
March 22nd – Monthly Coalition Meeting!
Hello everyone, please invite your neighbors and fellow organizers to the Thursday, March 22nd Coalition Meeting. It will be at 6:30pm at the Martin St Church of God. Agenda topics include:
1. Prioritizing green infrastructure projects in the area
2. Creating working groups
3. Setting up meetings with elected officials and development partners
4. Getting report backs from neighborhoods
5. CarterUSA visit to GSU class
If you have any topics you would like discussed on the agenda, please feel free to reach out to me via email or phone. You can also share the attached flyers!
CONSTRUCTION READY at THE CENTER FOR WORKING FAMILIES is a four-week boot-camp style, hands-on construction training, industry credentialing & certification program. The Construction Ready program connects students to some of Atlanta’s top construction companies. Training is FREE to qualified applicants. Priority enrollment for residents of NPU-V (Mechanicsville, Pittsburgh, Peoplestown, Adair Park, Summerhill) 30310, 30312 and 30315.
Training will be held at 250 Georgia Avenue SE Atlanta, GA 30312
APPLICANTS MUST ATTEND THE INFO SESSION
Next information session is : March 28, 2018, 10:00am – 2:00pm
Location: The Center for Working Families – Dunbar Center 477 Windsor Street Suite 101, Atlanta, GA 30312
Apply Online to attend the Info Session at
The City of Atlanta will be hosting is Annual Citywide Neighborhood Watch Training on Saturday, March 31, 2018 at Public Safety Headquarters at 226 Peachtreet St SW. Please email or call Inspector Keisha Hebert to reserve a spot.
Keisha R. Hebert
Crime Prevention Inspector
Atlanta Police Dept. Zone 4
1125 Cascade Circle Sw
Atlanta, Georgia 30311
On April 7th, Bowe, Inc. will produce and promote Milk + Cookies at 787 Windsor. Milk + Cookies is a dessert themed music event with curated food selections, conceived to explore and satisfy the diverse pallet of Atlanta. Similar to everyone’s favorite
snack pairing, Milk + Cookies, this event blends music genres and creative activities to produce a blissful experience. We will feature live music by eight (8) national and local artists.
I have organized and produced seven (7) previous concerts in Atlanta (at Atlantic Station and Piedmont Park) similar to this where we are assembling all of the necessary components on a site within the city. All of these events were a success and without incident or nuisance to neighboring businesses or residents.
Bowe, Inc. is honored and enthused to be able to host this event in Atlanta. We look forward to engaging with the stakeholders in our neighborhood, in our city and to celebrating Atlanta’s social and cultural connections with the other international cities that will be participating.
If you have any questions, please contact Jhana Grant at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On April 28th, Culture labs will produce and promote a special event at the corner of Georgia Avenue and Hank Aaron across from the stadium. Their goal is to gather the best local artists together for a single night to show off their artwork accompanied by
Representing more than just a show, this is a unique experience that will connect a community and celebrate our love of music appreciation. We’re an overall experience. Culture Labs is Honored and enthused to be able to host this event in Atlanta. We look forward to engaging with the stakeholders in our neighborhood, in our city and to celebrating Atlanta’s social and cultural connections with the other international cities that will be participating.
If you have any questions, please contact Jhana Grant at email@example.com.
The Emory University Urban Health Initiative would like to formally invite you to attend a Poverty Simulation Event on Saturday, March 24th, 2018 from 1-4pm at Atlanta Community Food Bank located at: 732 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd, NW Atlanta, 30318. Admission is free, but spaces are filling quickly, make sure to reserve your seat today!!
Poverty is a true reality and unless you have personally experienced this, it is truly difficult to understand. Attend our poverty simulation and see how you can make a difference in communities all around the nation and the globe stricken by poverty. Our poverty simulation is the real deal, we are interacting with Community Action clients and their personal experiences with poverty.