YOUR Input Matters in the Needham Park Vision Plan

Do you live near or regularly use Needham Park? Do you like the idea of having a small neighborhood park near your home or work? Do you have ideas about how Needham Park could be enhanced and preserved for future generations to love and enjoy? If so, … Continue Reading →

Celebrating 30 Years for the Greener Good: Park Visioning

2019 marks Park Pride’s 30th anniversary of engaging communities to activate the power of parks! We’re excited to look back over the decades and showcase some of Park Pride’s accomplishments… starting with the 42 conceptual park plans created through the community-engagement … Continue Reading →

Your Input Needed on the Vision Plan for the Loridans Greenspace

Congratulations! Thanks to your input and feedback, the community-led Park Visioning process for Loridans Greenspace, facilitated by Park Pride, has been completed. The outcome is a new, community-supported vision plan, which was presented at St. James United Methodist Church on October 2.   Park … Continue Reading →

YOUR Input Needed on Park Designs for Loridans Greenspace

The North Buckhead community is working with Park Pride and other community organizations on a vision plan for Loridans Greenspace. Through the Park Visioning process neighbors are examining their collective and current needs and desires for this beautiful park along … Continue Reading →

Jiaying Hu: Excited to Bring More Active Lifestyles to Communities

Meet Jiaying Hu, one of Park Pride’s summer interns with the Park Visioning Program! An international graduate student from China, Jiaying is studying landscape architecture at the University of Florida, College of Design, Construction, and Planning. This is her first internship (very exciting!), and she is so happy to have … Continue Reading →

YOUR Input Matters in the Grant Park Vision Plan

Do you live near or regularly use Grant Park? Are you concerned about the future of the Historic SE Quadrant of Grant Park? Do you have ideas for how this part of Grant Park could be enhanced and preserved for future Atlantans to love and enjoy?  … Continue Reading →