“Resilience” is a word you may hear often, especially as it relates to how well cities—such as Houston, Miami, and even Atlanta—are prepared to manage stresses (such as the recent hurricanes, Harvey, Irma, and Maria). Resilience is also tied strongly to the future of Atlanta’s growth and development.
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Download Printable PDF August 7, Atlanta, GA – Atlanta-based Park Pride, the local nonprofit that engages communities to activate the power of parks, invites Atlantans to take part in a new volunteer initiative this fall with a unique twist: lots … Continue Reading →
Historic Fourth Ward Park (H4WP) is one of the world’s great parks, receiving the Urban Land Institute’s Global Award of Excellence in 2013. Atlantans have come to love it and thousands have been drawn to live, work, and play in … Continue Reading →
Park Pride, the Atlanta-based nonprofit that engages communities to activate the power of parks, in partnership with the Food Well Alliance, is hosting its annual Community Garden Tour, a fun excursion through four Atlanta community gardens and urban farms, on Saturday, May 20th from 9am – 1pm. If you’re interested in the local food movement, a novice or experienced gardener, or just want to learn more about the city in which you live, the Community Garden Tour will not disappoint!
Atlanta – April 25, 2017 – Park Pride, the Atlanta-based nonprofit that engages communities to activate the power of parks, is hosting Pints for Parks, a popular annual social that attracts greenspace enthusiasts from across the region, at Orpheus Brewing on May 2nd from 6-9 pm. “Pints” will raise awareness for and benefit Park Pride’s advocacy efforts to unify and amplify park supporters’ voices on behalf of parks and greenspace.
Park Pride, the only Atlanta-based nonprofit that engages communities to activate the power of parks, is hosting the 16th Annual Parks & Greenspace Conference at the Atlanta Botanical Garden on Monday, March 27th. As people across the country increasingly relocate to cities, parks will play a major role in all aspects of growth, perhaps most significantly in creating and maintaining quality of life and livability benefits to residents. This year’s conference theme, Connecting with Parks, will highlight how parks can be leveraged for increased benefits across multiple sectors and why they should be at the forefront of development planning.
Love Your City, Rock Your City on Saturday, February 18th from 9 A.M.- noon in Kittredge Park. Take a break from flowers and chocolate and join like-minded Atlanta enthusiasts for a unique Valentine’s Day event with a morning of social volunteering, followed by an exclusive concert in the evening.
This year, to celebrate the spirit of play, Park Pride hosted two Play Days in partnership with Atlanta ContactPoint, bringing children and adults into neighborhood greenspaces to enjoy each other’s company, exercise, play games and have FUN!
Welcome to “Splash Island!” On Tuesday June 21, 2016, City of Atlanta, Carnival Cruise Lines, and Park Pride cut the ribbon on the brand new splash pad at Adams Park (Southwest Atlanta). “Splash Island” is situated conveniently next to the … Continue Reading →