Join the Atlanta Police Citizen’s Academy! Their mission is to educate Atlanta citizens in the operations and practices of their Atlanta Police Department. The program encourages participants to provide invaluable feedback necessary to foster enhanced police and community relations. The Academy includes 24 hours of professional instruction delivered in both in-class and onsite sessions. There is a one-night per week commitment over 8 weeks from 6-9:00pm.

For those that need a refresher or missed a previous meeting, this archive will have videos of past events. Meeting Minutes are posted as well.

Get your sunburst... Everybody is doing it! This unofficial symbol of the neighborhood has been quite popular through the years as evidenced by the number of them that you see hanging from Grant Park homes. Sunbursts are pre-painted in yellow and blue and homeowners are encouraged to add their house numbers.

Metro Atlanta is slated to add 3 million people by 2040. Without more rail to move them around, "The city won’t be an enjoyable place to live.” Thanks to WABE's Rose Scott for having #BeltLineRailNow co-chair Patty Durand on today to talk transit, along with MARTA chief Jeffrey Parker and Chris Tomlinson of The ATL. Nice to see a news outlet taking a deep dive into the subject.

The City of Atlanta is divided into twenty-five Neighborhood Planning Units (NPUs), which are citizen advisory councils that make recommendations to the Mayor and City Council on zoning, land use, special events and other planning issues.

Kroger will donate money to GPNA, now you must annually renew your Plus Card! Also select Grant Park Neighborhood Association Inc @AmazonSmile.

In the first days of the revitalization of the Grant Park neighborhood, when only a handful of people envisioned the potential of this urban neighborhood, the Association to Revive Grant Park (ARGP) was formed. ARGP, begun in 1973, was the largest of three civic organizations in the neighborhood. The association’s purpose was to help preserve and promote Grant Park as a viable community. In 1975, ARGP was incorporated as a non-profit organization. In the late 1980's the name was changed to the Grant Park Neighborhood Association (GPNA).
 
 
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Tuesday Jan 21, 2020
GPNA General Meeting 7:30 PM at Zoo Atlanta - ARC Building Ongoing until Sep 15, 2020
Wednesday Jan 22, 2020
Joint NPU-W and GPNA Public Safety Committee Meeting 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM at Village Church of East Atlanta Ongoing until Oct 26, 2022
Grant Park Neighborhood Association
NPU-W Transportation Committee Meeting 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM at Village Church of East Atlanta Ongoing until Oct 26, 2022
Neighborhood Planning Unit W (NPU-W)
NPU-W General Body Meeting 7:30 PM at Village Church of East Atlanta Ongoing until Oct 26, 2022
Neighborhood Planning Unit W (NPU-W)
Thursday Jan 23, 2020
SEACS Meeting 7 PM to 8 PM at Maynard Jackson High School Ongoing until Feb 22, 2024
Monday Jan 27, 2020
Grant Park Homes and History Committee Meeting 7 PM to 8:30 PM at Atlanta Preservation Center Ongoing until Jun 22, 2020