Nominate your Favorite!
Nominations are now open for the Atlanta Urban Design Commission 6th annual 2023 Community Design Awards!
The Community Design Awards are a way to recognize the buildings, public spaces, events, art, organizations, etc. that make your community a better place to live.
Examples of previous Community Design Award winners include: neighborhood events, community organizations, new buildings, public art programs, individuals or organizations who have made a significant contribution to a neighborhood, public agencies working in that part of the city, etc.
Nominations can be submitted from the public as well as from the NPU body.
The deadline for submission is Monday, February 27, 2023.
Visit the Design Awards 2023 website for additional details.
February 6, 2023 from 6:30-8pm
Northwest Trail Segment 5 Come hear and give feedback on the latest updates on Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.’s and PATH Foundation’s progress on designing the Northwest Trail. In this meeting, we will discuss the status of Segment 5 design, which is currently at 60%. This meeting is being held as a virtual public meeting.
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VIRTUAL MEETING DETAIL
February 6, 2023 from 6:30-8pm
To pre-register or join the Zoom meeting already in progress please click HERE.
Phone Number to call in: 929-205-6099
Webinar ID: 892 1361 0690
Atlanta Police Department’s Open Data Portal is now available. Utilizing this open data portal will allow you to view crime data, crime maps, and historical crime. Our historical crime date goes back to 2009. You can search by crime category, zone, beat, NPU, and by your specific neighborhood!
Additionally, the Justice Reform APD use of force dashboard is available to you as well.
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Before we enter the code-writing phase of this process, we need your help with some of the issues we’ve identified along the way. Please review the context and questions, then provide your thoughts as appropriate.
This second focused workshop has three exercises. Exercises have been divided into two types; Primary Questions and Clarifying Questions. Link to Survey
Primary Questions are intended to be non-technical, big picture questions that provide feedback without needing a familiarity with zoning. We hope that everyone will respond to primary questions.
In contrast, Clarifying Questions are more technical. They involve specific aspects of zoning and are intended for stakeholders who would like to offer more detailed input. Clarifying questions are optional.
Security Patrol Report
In the last 2-week period, 38 incidents were reported in Beat 204. Of those, 3 occurred in the area we patrol:
Thank you Volunteers! MLK Day of Service
The MLK Day of Service this past Monday provided an opportunity to get together and help improve the Underwood Hills Park. A small group of neighbors and teens contributed in a big way in just 2 short hours. We trimmed bushes by the park entrance, removed branches from a downed tree, and cleared brush along the lower field highway wall, filling up 6 large lawn bags and a few large piles the city will remove. We also picked up 2 large bags of litter and removed a broken soccer goal, a shopping cart, tire, and car battery from the lower field.
Many thanks to Steven and Nelson Lindsay, Shane and Ryan Murphy, Kristen Hassell, Greta Tibus, Alex Klingsoehr and Malik Harris from North Atlanta High School for coming out and helping make a difference! UHNA is registered on myvoluntier.com for student Community Service Hours.
We'll be planting trees and shrubs in our park with Trees Atlanta on Saturday February 4th, and need volunteers. Please consider giving back to the neighborhood by signing up here: (Trees Atlanta singup)
From UHNA NPU-D Rep Eva Nason;
There are 2 issues which will be on the January 24 NPU agenda (as well as a Blandtown issue that's close to us). I don't think any of this is likely to rouse up anybody, unless it's something likely to have a really deleterious effect on the area that people could oppose.
We will send this to the UHNA Steering Committee members before January 23 meeting before I recommend approving the applications on behalf of UHNA.
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