Meeting on the Z-21-53 Intown South Commercial Corridor Overlay

As request the meeting to discuss ordinance Z-21- 53  Intown South Commercial Corridor Overlay which was introduce by Councilmember Cleta Winslow. The meeting will be held August 30, 2021 @ 6pm Councilmember Winslow will be discussing this Ordinance.  Please share this email with other who may want to attend.
Topic: Ordinance Z-21- 53- Intown South Commercial Corridor Overlay
Time: Aug 30, 2021 06:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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NPU-V / NPU-W Zoning Reform Legislation Ordinance Joint Work Session

Please join residents of NPU-V & NPU-W for a joint work session discussing the new zoning reform legislation under consideration by City Council Ordinance sponsored by Councilmember Amir  Farokhi.

Legislation under discussion is as follows:

  • Z-21-73
  • Z-21-74
  • 21-O-0455
  • CDP- 21-43

Time: Saturday, August 21 from 11:00am to 12:30pm

Meeting Information:
Meeting ID: 882 8288 2891
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646-558-8656, access code, 88282882891#


  • Office of Housing & Development staff
  • Neighbors for More Neighbors




This report offers early lessons and recommendations from work the Annie E. Casey Foundation is supporting in Atlanta and Milwaukee to prevent gun violence. These communities are part of a national movement to increase safety and heal trauma by examining root causes and addressing these issues from a public health and racial justice perspective. Residents in both cities are shaping and leading safety strategies with the support of local nonprofits and other public and private partners. Their stories highlight the many ways that philanthropic and system leaders can help catalyze alternative public safety models and support their development and implementation — including helping to establish a new narrative about what it takes to keep communities safe and building and sharing evidence on effective public health interventions.

As the work featured in this report shows, both public and private entities have roles to play in supporting a public health approach to safety. Residents in Atlanta, with funding and support from Casey and other investors, established a neighborhood-based advisory group and began implementing the Cure Violence model. In Milwaukee, another place where the Foundation is supporting Cure Violence, the movement to reimagine public safety is being driven by the city’s Office of Violence Prevention. Each community developed strategies and programs based on local goals, needs and circumstances. One common thread underpinning their efforts has been the purposeful engagement and inclusion of people living in the areas directly affected by violence.

Z-21-53 Intown South Overlay District

Hello Neighborhood Leader
Please review the attached Ordinance introduce by Council Member Cleta Winslow will take a vote on it at August NPU V we will discuss at August NPU V LUZ committee meeting.

Please find an item that will appear on your August NPU agenda for a VOTE.  The item will be heard by ZRB August 19, 2021.  Please contact me with questions.

Z-21-53 An Ordinance by Councilmember Cleta Winslow to amend the 1982 City Of Atlanta Zoning Ordinance, as amended, (Part 16 Of The Land Development Code), so as to create Chapter 42 Intown South Commercial Corridor Overlay; and for other purposes.

Pittman Park Rec Center in the Pittman Park Neighborhood

The City of Atlanta – Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs (OCA) is currently seeking a muralist to paint an energetic and youthful styled mural at the Pittman Park Recreational Center.
The community is interested in bright, uplifting artwork that is inviting to the youth entering the pool at Pittman Park.
This mural will cover the entrance to the pool at the Pittman Park Rec Center in the Pittsburgh Park Neighborhood. Creatives and local artists are invited to submit qualifications and budget breakdowns through 12:00PM Noon EST, Monday, August 23rd.

THANK YOU from the Intrenchment Creek Community Stewardship

The Intrenchment Creek Community Stewardship Council would like to extend a big thank you to everyone who attended our meeting last Saturday. It was a huge success, and that couldn’t have happened if not for all of you out there that believe so strongly in our mission!

In case you missed the meeting, you can find the recording here:

And you can find the notes here:

We’re also looking for supporters and members of our communities to sign up and join a committee. If you’re interested in working with a committee, please sign up here:

We’re also looking for community members or supporters to become committee chairs for the following committees:

  • Development, Green Infrastructure, and Equity
  • Community Engagement and Outreach
  • Youth Leadership and Engagement
  • Urban Agriculture

If you are interested, please apply here:

You can find a full description of committees here:

Also please note that our next meeting will be held on September 25, 2021. Note that we are planning to host our first Intrenchment Creek walking tour in conjunction with this meeting. Committees may meet before then, so please be sure to sign up for a committee for additional meeting times and dates.

Finally, please be sure to like, follow, and share the information that we push out over social media. You can find us on FacebookTwitter, and our website.

Once again, thank you so very much for your support, and please don’t hesitate if you have any questions!

Amendment to Beltline Overlay Inclusionary Zoning Ordinance

Hello All
Attached is the NPU Resolution and Draft Ordinance regarding Beltline Overlay Inclusionary Zoning that Sherise Brown share at last month NPU V meeting please review we will take a vote on this item at Monday night NPU V meeting.  Please let me know if you have any question.

NPU-V August Virtual Meeting TONIGHT (8/9) @ 7pm!

Join us for our monthly meeting for residents of Neighborhood Planning Unit V! NPU-V encompasses the communities of Mechanicsville, Summerhill, Peoplestown, Pittsburgh, Adair Park, and Capitol Gateway.

The meeting will be held on Monday, August 9th, at 7pm via Zoom.  Participants will need to register in advance for this meeting via this link:

To join, click:
Meeting ID: 992 1132 0112
Dial-In: 646-558-8656, access code, 99211320112#
Call-in participants will be able to “raise their hand” by dialing *9 during the meeting. NPU-V board members hosting the meeting will be able to see any participants with raised hands and recognize them for asking questions or recording tallies for voting matters.

If you have questions about the Zoom meeting, please email and the NPU-V board Zoom hosts will be able to help.

The City of Atlanta is divided into 25 Neighborhood Planning Units or NPUs, which are citizen advisory councils that make recommendations to the Mayor and City Council on zoning, land use, and other planning issues. The NPU system was established in 1974 to provide an opportunity for citizens to participate actively in the Comprehensive Development Plan, which is the city’s long-term vision for the next five, ten, and fifteen years into the future. It is also used as a way for citizens to receive information concerning all functions of city government.
See you there!

Back to School Backpack Giveaway

The Education Committee of (APAB) Atlanta Planning Advisory Board is indeed a partner of the Back to School “Backpack Giveaway” Event. Several of the vendors listed are in fact active members of the Education Committee. They were intricately involved in planning this event. Please feel free to share this flyer with your neighbors and friends.

Consider joining the planning committee for the September 18th Celebration at Pittsburgh Yards!

This Community Celebration will include an outdoor festival with entertainment, activities for families, a marketplace and tours of the Nia Building.  On Saturday, September 18, 2021 the day will begin with the regular Pittsburgh Community Market at 10:00 am, followed by the Community Celebration from 12:30 – 5:00.  Help celebrate the opening of the first phase of Pittsburgh Yards and welcome neighbors to come enjoy the beautiful campus.  The planning committee is meeting every Wednesday at 6:00 pm (sometimes virtual, sometimes in person at Pittsburgh Yards).  There are 5 task forces:  Tours; Entertainment; Marketing & Decorations; Family and Children’s Activities; Market/Vending.

If you would like to join the planning committee, please contact Gitonia Morrison-McBride, event planner and Pittsburgh resident, at or Natallie Keiser, Annie E. Casey Foundation staff, at