The Friends of Mozley Park Need YOUR Input on the Vision Plan

Thanks to your input and feedback, the community-led  Park Visioning process  for Mozley Park, facilitated by Park Pride, has been completed. The outcome is a new  vision  plan for the park, which  was presented at C. A. Scott Recreation Center on January 15, 2020.  Scroll down for more details on the vision plan and to fill out a survey … Continue Reading →

The Lang-Carson Park Vision Plan – Priorities!

The 2019 Vision Plan for Lang-Carson Park has been revealed. This plan is an update to the 2011 master plan created by Atlanta BeltLine., Inc. There have been massive changes in Reynoldstown since then and this revised plan is the neighborhood’s effort to make sure our the keeps pace with those changes. Since that time, … Continue Reading →

Ribbon Cutting Celebrates New Park in English Avenue Community

Download PDF Press Release Atlanta, GA, November 21, 2019 – Today, Atlanta City Council Member Antonio Brown, Department of Parks and Recreation Commissioner John Dargle, Chief Equity Officer William Hawthorne, III, Park Pride, The Conservation Fund, Chattahoochee Riverkeeper, and representatives from the English Avenue community, held a ribbon cutting celebration for the long-anticipated English Avenue … Continue Reading →

YOUR Input Needed on Park Designs for Mozley Park

The Mozley Park community is working with Park Pride on a vision plan for Mozley Park. Through the Park Visioning  process neighbors are examining their collective and current needs and desires for this beautiful park. The outcome of park visioning is a new, community-supported park vision plan that can be used for advocacy and fundraising.

YOUR Input Needed on Park Designs for Lang-Carson Park

The Reynoldstown community is working with Park Pride on a vision plan for Lang-Carson Park. Through the Park Visioning  process neighbors are examining their collective and current needs and desires for this beautiful park. The outcome of park visioning is a new, community-supported park vision plan that can be used for advocacy and fundraising.

YOUR Input Matters in the Mozley Park Vision Plan

Do you live near or regularly use Mozley Park? Are you excited about the new playground? Do you have ideas for how Mozley Park could be enhanced and preserved for future Atlantans to love and enjoy? Are you concerned about changes you’re seeing in or around the park? If so, we need to hear your … Continue Reading →

YOUR Input Matters in the Lang-Carson Park Vision Plan

Do you live near or regularly use Lang-Carson Park? Do you play sports, garden, or enjoy the art at the park? Do you have ideas for how Lang-Carson Park could be enhanced and preserved for future generations to love and enjoy? If so, we need to hear your voice! The Reynoldstown community is beginning a … Continue Reading →

Public Schools as Public Land

Imagine you’re a kid living in an apartment building in an area of town without access to a park. Where can you go outside to play that’s safe? “If the answer is ‘nowhere,’” says Park Pride’s Executive Director, Michael Halicki, “chances are you’ll just stay inside and play video games. We must do better for these kids, and thinking creatively about our public land is the answer.”

Vision Plan for Dekalb Memorial Park Complete!

Congratulations! Thanks to your input and feedback, the community-led Park Visioning  process for DeKalb Memorial Park, facilitated by Park Pride, has been completed. The outcome is a new, community-supported vision plan, which was presented at the Parkview Civic Club on June 5th. Couldn’t make it to the meeting? Download the presentation HERE!   Vision Plan This vision includes the following features:   PATH trail through the … Continue Reading →

YOUR Input Needed on Park Designs for Needham Park

The Friends of Needham Park are working with Park Pride on a vision plan for Needham Park. Through the Park Visioning  process neighbors are examining their collective and current needs and desires for this small, beautiful park. The outcome of “park visioning” is a new, community-supported park vision plan that can be used for advocacy and fundraising. Thank you to … Continue Reading →