Join the City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management and Renew Atlanta for a Community Meeting. Learn about the upcoming DeKalb Avenue Main Replacement and Resurfacing Projects. The Department of Watershed Management and Renew Atlanta representatives will be on hand to provide a scope of the work and address any questions or concerns.
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For the first Atlanta Streets Alive festival of 2018, Renew Atlanta partnered with the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition and Living Infographic artist, Sarah Lawrence, to study one of the more hotly debated topics in the city: What to do with Dekalb Avenue?
On April 18, 2018, Renew Atlanta hosted the third public meeting to discuss the Dekalb Avenue Complete Street project at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation & Aquatic Center. Alongside project managers, City of Atlanta Council members Amir Farokhi (District 2), Natalyn Archibong (District 5), Matt Westmoreland (Post 2 at-Large), and Andre Dickens (Post 3 at-Large), welcomed… Read more
In early April, the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition (ABC) hosted the first Atlanta Streets Alive festival of 2018, on a 4.5-mile route connecting downtown to Lake Claire and Kirkwood. Roughly 74,000 attendees showed up, per ABC estimates. Tomorrow Renew Atlanta will host the third Dekalb Avenue Complete Street public meeting to discuss safety concerns alone the… Read more
Join Renew Atlanta & TSPLOST on Sunday, April 8th, for the first Atlanta Streets Alive event of the year! Our booth will be located at the corner of Oakdale Road and Dekalb Avenue, near the Edgewood-Candler-Park MARTA Station bus shelter.
On March 30, the Renew Atlanta team presented road and infrastructure options for a proposed overhaul of the DeKalb Avenue corridor. The $4.6 million “complete street” project would cover 4.4 miles of the road, and would involve milling and repaving the road, improving the sidewalks and making them more accessible to people who are disabled. Some ideas… Read more
On March 30, 2017, Renew Atlanta hosted a second public meeting to discuss the DeKalb Avenue Complete Street project at Liberty Baptist Church. Councilmembers Natalyn Archibong, Alex Wan, and Michael Julian Bond were among the approximately 150 people in attendance.
On November 17, 2016, Renew Atlanta hosted the DeKalb Avenue Corridor Improvements public meeting at Liberty Baptist Church, where over 250 constituents were in attendance. Among the attendees were Renew Atlanta General Manager Faye DiMassimo, Planning Commissioner Tim Keane and Councilmembers Felicia Moore, Natalyn Archibong and Kwanza Hall.
Atlanta City Councilmembers Kwanza Hall and Natalyn Archibong are encouraging residents and stakeholders to attend a community meeting for the Renew Atlanta Bond Program’s DeKalb Avenue Corridor Improvements Project on Thursday, November 17 from 6 until 8 p.m. at Liberty Baptist Church, 395 Chamberlain Street, S.E.
Renew Atlanta will host a public meeting for the Dekalb Avenue Corridor Improvements project on Thursday, November 17, from 6pm to 8pm at Liberty Baptist Church (395 Chamberlain Street, SE, Atlanta, GA 30312).