In the last 2-week period (March 11 - 24), 37 incidents were reported in Beat 204. Of those, none occurred in the area we patrol. A summary of other activity reported in the surrounding area:
The City of Atlanta NPU team is excited to announce the first of our Corner Conversations series in 2023! Every first Thursday, we bring our team meeting to a neighborhood in the City. In April, we will be in the Underwood Hills Neighborhood and looking forward to engaging residents from all neighborhoods in NPU-D! Come chat with us about the NPU system, your neighborhood concerns, and all things City of Atlanta! I invite you and the community to join us on April 6th, 2023, from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. at Chattahoochee Food Works, 1235 Chattahoochee Ave. NW, STE. 130
In the last period (Feb 25 - Mar 10), 46 incidents were reported in Beat 204. Of those, one occurred in the area we patrol. This incident was a non-criminal death investigation on Harper Street on February 27th. A breakdown of other activity reported in the area:
Believe it or not, Neighborhood Watch still exists!
Despite Nextdoor becoming the defacto community nanny cam, APD still offers training for concerned and committed residents in the only Officially recognized program.
You can register for the 2023 Neighborhood Watch Training at the link below.
The next training will happen on Saturday, March 25th, 2023, at the Public Safety Headquarters starting at 9am to 2pm.
Sign up at http://www.atlantapd.org/about-apd/2023-neighborhood-watch-training
Our first workshop was postponed due to rain.
Neighbor Jen Reves will facilitate children creating images to incorporate in a decoration of the concrete bleachers in Underwood Hills Park.
This Children's Art Workshop, part of the community arts activation project grant awarded to Underwood Hills Neighborhood Association by the Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs, will run in conjunction with the regular Underwood Hills Playgroup
We’ll have our Underwoods Hills Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday March 26 at Underwood Hills Park at 4pm. Everyone is welcome.
Please drop off a dozen eggs filled with age appropriate goodies on the front walkway of my home, 1805 Ridgeway Avenue by noon March 26.
Please mark your bag of eggs based on each child’s age group (0-2, 3-6, 7 and up).
Please arrive for the Hunt at 4pm or earlier. We could always use help hiding eggs and once the event starts, the eggs are picked up pretty fast.
Please sign up to volunteer:
I hope to see you with your basket.
Underwood Hills Easter Bunny
Our special Work Day at the Park this past Saturday was a great success, thanks to a good group of neighborhood and teen volunteers. In just 2 short hours, and using guidance from Trees Atlanta, we made progress on our goal of erosion control by surrounding the base of many newly planted trees and bushes with plastic barriers and wire screens. This will help protect the plants from city mowers and allow them to get established and provide a stronger foundation for the surrounding soil. The team also added many loads of wood chips to certain areas that have been worn bare by use and over-mowing.
We’re looking for volunteers to join us this Saturday, March 18, from 10am-12pm as we continue our erosion control efforts by laying hay bales, planting live elderberry stakes and adding some “No Mow” signs to certain areas.
For refreshments RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Teen Volunteers can sign up for Community Service Hours on myvoluntier.com