We Stopped the Road

Atlanta's second largest park wasn't supposed to be a park. What is now Freedom Parkway was conceived as a limited access, multi-lane toll road with 5 bridges over neighborhood streets to connect downtown to Stone Mountain Expressway and allow traffic to flow rapidly through "blighted urban neighborhoods". In the 1960's and early 70's,  219 acres of land....(more)


 Inman Park Day

The Atlanta History Center is beginning a new series of exhibits focusing on neighborhoods in the city. The first neighborhood chosen to feature is Inman Park, with emphasis on the history, the Festival and Tour of Homes and the Road Fight. The exhibit will open in early July, 2016. Please watch for more details about the opening and a special “Inman Park Day”.


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Inman Park Crime Details 2/28 – 4/9

If you are not familiar with the IP Security Patrol, it is a 60-65 hour per week neighborhood patrol staffed by 14 off duty APD officers in uniform with arrest powers in a clearly marked crown vic patrol car. It is funded primarily by your neighbors’ membership dues and subsidized by the Inman Park Neighborhood Association. The more members we have, the more hours we can fund.

If you are not a member, think about joining! 

IPNA Crime Log


The Friends of Ponce Library Book Sale

Proceeds and book sale proceeds all benefit the Atlanta Fulton County Library branch at 980 Ponce de Leon Ave, Atlanta 30306. These funds are used to purchase books and supplies for the branch as well as support community programs hosted at the library. Friends of the Ponce Library is a non-profit volunteer organization to help promote and support neighborhood library...

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