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Atlanta is home to 242 distinct neighborhoods. The City of Atlanta supports neighborhoods through strong coordination with neighborhood planning units, support for community-based improvement and beautification efforts, and support for public festivals and programs.

About Atlanta’s Neighborhoods

Neighborhood Associations: Organizations that work to beautify and maintain neighborhoods
: Brief overviews of Atlanta's numerous, vibrant neighborhoods
Xổ số Tây Ninh tuần trước  Free web-based tool that evaluates neighborhood walkability

Neighborhood Planning

Neighborhood Planning UnitsXổ số Tây Ninh tuần trước: NPUs are citizen advisory councils that provide input to City Council and have some decision-making power over issues like zoning and land use

Neighborhood Festivals

: Directory and timeline of free neighborhood festivals

Farmer’s Markets & Community Gardens

: Find location and schedule information, learn about SNAP benefits for farmer's markets, and get involved in the local food movement
Xổ số Tây Ninh tuần trước Park Pride has administered Atlanta's community gardening program since 2007, when the City passed legislation allowing gardens in city parks.


Neighborhood Beautification

Send a report to the Office of Code Enforcement to take action on abandoned properties in your neighborhood
: Grants and services to support grassroots neighborhood beautification efforts. LYB is a partnership between City of Atlanta, the Neighborhood Fund, and Hands On Atlanta.
 Public education and community improvement, including graffiti removal and community recycling
Graffiti Removal: Request a graffiti removal kit by calling the Office of Solid Waste’s customer service line at 404.330.6333
Adopt-a-Spot: Sign up to maintain a public space
Clean-up events: Review guidelines, schedule a pick-up

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