Policing Alternatives & Diversion Initiative (PAD) Community Referral Services

The City of Atlanta and the Policing Alternatives & Diversion Initiative (PAD) have partnered together to bring you PAD ATL311 Community Referral Services. You can now make referrals to ATL311 for non-emergency quality of life concerns related to mental health, substance use or extreme poverty. PAD will respond to the referral request and offer individuals short-term care navigation, stabilizing supports, and warm referrals to other service providers.

PAD 311 Community Referral Services is currently available in Atlanta Police Department Zones 5 and 6, Monday-Friday7am-7pm. Over the subsequent months, more APD zones will be added, with the goal of being citywide this summer. https://bit.ly/3ryv37k

To submit a referral, contact ATL311 by dialing 404-546-0311.

NPU W Monthly Project Dashboard Report – November 2020

Attached is the latest NPU W Project Dashboard report with the best available information on ATLDOT projects within your boundaries.

Please feel free to submit any questions regarding the projects listed in the monthly report to ATLDOT@atlantaga.gov. For updates on projects in construction, you may contact me, Adrian Carver, Construction Outreach Liaison, via email at: renewatl-acarver@atlantaga.gov

Atlanta BeltLine Update: Funding to Complete Trail Corridor Would Enhance Affordable Housing and Jobs

The Atlanta BeltLine began as a bold idea more than 20 years ago—a way to connect neighborhoods across Atlanta and create more mobility and opportunity for everyone in our city. Currently, the project requires a new mechanism for generating the necessary funds to meet its targeted delivery by 2030.

Legislation to create a Special Service District (SSD) within the Atlanta BeltLine Planning Area was introduced at the Atlanta City Council meeting on Jan. 19. This new revenue source would ensure completion of the 22-mile loop of mainline, multi-use trail and stimulate jobs and economic recovery. Residents living in single-family homes would not be a part of the district.

Finishing the corridor with this critical funding will

  • Create 50,000 permanent jobs
  • Ensure the goal of 5,600 affordable homes is reached
  • Deliver the project’s economic impact of $10 billion
  • Allow for $7 million in additional small business support
  • Provide the opportunity for $150 million in construction funding for minority-owned businesses

Learn more about how BeltLine communities will benefit from the additional funds at beltline.org/ssd2021 and find answers to frequently asked questions. You also can attend one of our community meetings.

Interested in volunteering? We need Atlanta BeltLine supporters to help us ensure this critical funding is approved. Click the button below to receive information on how you can help.

Community Engagement Meetings

Enforcement of On-Street Parking Resumes

The City of Atlanta’s Department of Transportation will resume enforcement of on-street parking effective immediately. Enforcement resumes for all pay stations, parking meters, & permit parking. One hour of FREE parking will be provided when you use the Passport, Parkmobile, or SpotAngels mobile payment apps. Use promo code TOUCHLESS when starting a transaction. Go to https://bit.ly/3oe3gGZ for more information.