The Beltline Project at 670-690 DeKalb

To this point, much of our deliberation over the proposal for this site has centered on whether the development would preserve or inhibit the potential future placement of transit along the Beltline path. I am pleased to report that our goal of preserving the possibility of keeping trail and transit together has been achieved. The zoning aspects of the project remain and will require the neighborhood to vote at our meeting on Wednesday. (read the full article)

 T-SPLOST  & MARTA Sales Tax Referenda  

October 24, 2016 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM  Inman Park Trolley Barn

Your registration fee includes admission to the event, BBQ from Fox Brothers and beverages. A portion of this fee will also be donated to the Inman Park Neighborhood Association. Join us at the Historic Trolley Barn in Inman Park for a special edition of "Urban Conversations" as we discuss two measures that could help shape the future of Atlanta in a significant way. A team of distinguished city leaders who will explain what two referendums that City of Atlanta residents will vote on November 8. Learn More and Register

 October 2016 NPU-N Update


Free Shade Trees for Inman Park

Yep, that’s right. Tree Watch will soon be planting more trees in Inman Park. The date is Saturday, January 21, 2017. Here’s your chance to get trees for your yard and/or planting strip. No doubt some of you are wondering why we need more trees. You see young trees along our streets, and you may remember me telling you that Inman Park is approaching 1,000 new trees since 2000.  Read on...

 The “Elegant” Beltline Solution

During the presentations on September 21, 2016 at the Trolley Barn, the only thing which became clear was that the issues under discussion reside on three different levels.  Those levels need to be separated and understood in order to make informed decisions and votes. An open letter from Klaus Roesch, Architect and City Planner.

Affordable Housing, The BeltLine, and Inman Park

In 1999, a planning group Inman Park met to create a long- term vision for our residents. A survey was sent out and answered by well over half the neighborhood (quite a feat in those days). We wanted to live here as long as we could, protect our historic buildings, require reasonable, quality designed mixed- use development, and ensure that Inman Park remained affordable. Those goals were codified in the Inman Park local historic district regulations. (read the full article)