IPNA Sidewalk Subsidy Program
IPNA is stepping up so that you can step out with confidence. You probably have noticed the new sidewalks improving streetscapes throughout Inman Park due to the dedication of our Sidewalk Committee. Thanks to increased IPNA budget allocations and Festival Beer tips, approximately 60K will be spent replace crumbling neighborhood sidewalks during 2017. (Learn More)
Little 5 Points Mini-Precinct
The Atlanta Police Mini-Precinct in Little 5 Points is now in it's 19th year, and continues to be a cornerstone in our community’s approach to reduce crime. The Mini-Precinct Satellite Police Station project, is a public/private partnership between the City of Atlanta and community. The officers, equipment, supplies, computers, electronic and video communication gear, etc., are funded by the Police Department. The community provided the funds to renovate the space and continues to pay for rent, repairs, utilities and other operating costs. That funding has come from L5P Business Association ...Read More
Irwin St. Temporary Closing
There will be a temporary 30 day road closure of Irwin St NE between Sampson St NE/Auburn Avenue and Krog St NE starting on March 20th and ending April 17th. This closure coincides with the construction of the Atlanta Beltline Eastside Trail Extension, including installation of a speed table at the trail crossing; sidewalks, curbs, gutters, and light poles; rapid flashing beacons for a safe pedestrian crossing; installation of a fiber optic duct bank; a new storm line connection to existing storm structure; and existing storm structure rehabilitation. Read more here... Irwin Street Closure Notification NORTHEAST + SOUTHEAST STUDY GROUP
Inman Park Theatre Night
Saturday, April 29, 2017 under the Festival Tent on Elizabeth Street 7:30 p.m.
Our neighborhood theatres make us laugh, cry, and see things from a different perspective.
Filming in Inman Park
I’ve heard stories about a circus that would come to town, setting up in the property that is now Inman Inman Village on Lake Ave (long before the Mead plant stood on the same grounds) while it’s performers and various other hired hands would enjoy the hospitality of nearby residents. –So it is fitting that even now Inman Park is still a place that entices and welcomes “show-folk!” (read more)