On Wednesday, May 12th at 6:00 p.m., NPU University is partnering with Invest Atlanta to host the second class in our Community Development series, “Understanding Workforce Housing and Affordability.” This class will help answer Atlantans’ questions around AMI (area median income), what “affordable housing” actually means and how it works.
City Council began the Departmental Budget Briefings on May 6th, and will continue on May 11th. Learn what the departments are requesting for their 2022/2023 budget. The schedule/calendar is available here.
Committee meetings will resume in Committee Room 1. Committee meeting schedules and information on how to view the meetings online can be found here.
➢ May 4th is International Firefighter’s Day!
Atlanta Fire Rescue Call Volume (3/23/22 – 4/27/22)
o City Wide AFR is averaging 2000 Calls for Service Per Week.
o Fire Station 10 – Grant Park
▪ Engine 10 – 270 Calls for Service
▪ Truck 10 – 179 Calls for Service
▪ Total of 449 Calls For Service
o Fire Station 13 – East Atlanta
▪ Paramedic Engine 13 – 206 Calls for Service
➢ Spring Hydrant Maintenance
o This season AFR will operate, lubricate, and paint hydrants in every neighborhood.
o This week AFR is completing training on Marta’s new All Electric Buses.
▪ The new All Electric Buses will be utilized on Route #2 & #102 beginning May 1st.
There’s more information about Atlanta Fire Rescue here.
Atlanta’s City Council will begin holding Departmental Budget Briefing sessions in May as part of the process of preparing the City’s 2022/2023 budget. The calendar for these Budget Briefing sessions is available here.
On Monday, April 25th, the Atlanta City Council will return to convening committee meetings in Committee Room 1 located on the second floor of Atlanta City Hall, 55 Trinity Ave SW.
The meetings will be conducted in accordance with the City’s Charter, Code of Ordinances, and the rules of Council as adopted for in-person meetings. More information, including committee meeting schedules, is available here.
Applications for Class #40 of the Atlanta Police Department’s Citizen Police Academy are now being accepted.
Classes will be held weekly, on Tuesday evenings, between May 3 and June 21, 2022 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM at Police Headquarters, 226 Peachtree Street. The deadline to receive applications is Tuesday, April 26, 2022.
To request an application or additional information please contact email@example.com.
Policing should reflect the values and expectations of the community. A part of making that happen includes when citizens have concerns about police conduct where they can have a fair forum which will treat them respectfully and professionally to address their concerns. Learn more about the Atlanta Citizen Review Board (ACRB) here.
Join the Wolves of Atlanta Neighborhood Charter School (ANCS) for the Run with the Wolves 5K and 1 Mile. ANCS has been hosting this fun and challenging 5K and 1 Mile walk/run since 2012 and we are excited for the 10th anniversary event scheduled for Saturday, May 7, 2022! Registration information is available here.