We know that great parks exist through the efforts of leaders who nurture the bond between parks and communities. Park Pride’s Annual Inspiration Awards honor these leaders, whose efforts are … Continue Reading →
The benefits of a great park system are what has motivated Atlantans from across the city to join Park Pride in demanding an increase in the FY2024 budget to maintain Atlanta’s green gems, which have been undervalued and underfunded for too long.
Say hello to Noor Jaleel, a Park Pride summer intern supporting our community building efforts! Noor has been working directly with Friends of the Park groups across Atlanta, facilitating our … Continue Reading →
Park Pride’s Annual Inspiration Awards honor leaders who demonstrate a profound commitment to strengthening the connection between parks and their surrounding community. At this year’s Parks & Greenspace Conference, we proudly recognized and celebrated six individuals who nurture the bond between their community and local park.
Download PDF Press Release Atlanta, GA., March 2, 2022 – Park Pride’s Board of Directors elected Kristy Rachal, Community and Economic Development Director at Georgia Power Company, as the organization’s … Continue Reading →
On Thursday, December 9, Park Pride joined the Friends of Mozley Park, the City of Atlanta Department of Parks and Recreation, and neighbors to celebrate the official opening of … Continue Reading →
On December 14, 2021, the South Fork Conservancy, the City of Atlanta, Park Pride, and many additional supporters and friends gathered to cut the ribbon and official open the Confluence … Continue Reading →
When does a “good” park become a “great” park? When it’s welcoming to all members of the community, with amenities that invite children, adults, and seniors to come and stay … Continue Reading →
Throughout 2021, parks have been there for us when we’ve needed them most. And Park Pride has been there for parks! We’ve been: Organizing volunteer days, spreading mulch and cleaning … Continue Reading →
Second grade students at Sarah Smith Elementary School’s Primary Campus have been hard at work over the past year. Partnering with professional landscape architects at The Trust for Public Land … Continue Reading →