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Homelessness: Atlanta's Approach

Homelessness:  Atlanta’s Approach.  What works and what does not.

January 4th.  10:00 AM.   Inman Park Church.

 Atlanta’s chronic Homeless population has dropped 61% since 2013, however, there remains over 3,500 men, women, and children in need of permanent shelter (with 700 of those still on the street) according to Partners for HOMES. Come be part of the discussion and learn how the City of Atlanta and the United Way funding of 50 million dollars is an opportunity to end chronic homelessness and make the state of being homeless rare and brief.

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The Lifelong Inman Park Master Plan

Please plan to Attend the Presentation of the Lifelong Inman Park Master Plan
June 21, IPNA Meeting

The Lifelong Inman Park Plan was developed to guide Inman Park’s transformation into a Lifelong Community by incorporating the needs of older residents into all aspects of community planning, development, and living.

This plan reflects a national Lifelong Communities movement and addresses four Lifelong principles. These principles were identified through neighborhood surveys, a walking tour, and a workshop along with input from IPNA Board and neighbor meetings. The plan addresses housing, mobility/accessibility, services/information, and social engagement. For each principle, the plan describes existing conditions and identifies goals and policies that will guide the development of the Lifelong projects the neighborhood undertakes.

Inman Park’s plan is posted on the IP website for neighbor’s to review and a formal presentation will occur at the June 21st IPNA meeting. First is Lifelong IP  Report , Lifelong Inman Park Appendix and Lifelong IP Inplementation.


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