Parks are good for people, good for the environment, and good for communities! Parks are treasured neighborhood amenities where children can play safely, friendships start, and memories are formed. Parks … Continue Reading →
What is Park Visioning? Parks are good for people, good for the environment, and good for communities! Parks are treasured neighborhood amenities where children can play safely, friendships start, … 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 →
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 →
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 →
The Friends of Mattie Freeland Park are celebrating the latest milestone in the creation of their new park… the beginning of construction!
Torey comes to us from Decatur, where his interest in design and environmental planning began in high school. He went on to graduate with a Bachelor’s in Environmental Design from … Continue Reading →
Some highlights from 2019, Park Pride’s 30th year of impact and service.
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 … Continue Reading →
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 … Continue Reading →