Southwest Connector Trail

Bicyclists ride the Southwest Connector Trail at the grand opening ceremony.
Photo Credit: Kwadwo Atta

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Atlanta BeltLine Partnership

Partnerships are a Big Part of our Success!

Atlanta BeltLine Partnership (ABLP) is a non-profit organization funded entirely through private endeavors. ABLP staff members work with neighborhoods, businesses, community and faith organizations, and other groups to raise general awareness, and broad-based support, for the Atlanta BeltLine. ABLP raises funds through private and philanthropic sources, and serves as a catalyst to mobilize these resources for addressing social concerns raised by new development around the Atlanta BeltLine.

The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership has successfully supported progress in implementing the Atlanta BeltLine, serving as the link to the private sector for this unprecedented urban redevelopment project. The organization’s efforts include:

  • Free guided tours offering thousands of metro Atlantans a close-up, behind-the-scenes view of the Atlanta BeltLine and its 45 neighborhoods
  • Adopt the Atlanta BeltLine — dozens of businesses and community organizations have committed to caring for the Atlanta BeltLine corridor
  • Atlanta BeltLine Running Series — gives people a chance to see the Atlanta BeltLine first-hand and help raise awareness about the Atlanta BeltLine in the community
  • Atlanta BeltLine 101 — monthly sessions to help Atlanta and regional residents learn the basics about the Atlanta BeltLine
  • Atlanta BeltLine Speakers Bureau — volunteers devote hundreds of hours to educating thousands of Atlantans annually
  • Atlanta BeltLine Ambassadors — volunteers disseminate Atlanta BeltLine information in their communities, places of work, and other locations in Atlanta
  • Atlanta BeltLine Festival Booth team members reach out to thousands of people every spring, summer, and fall throughout Atlanta
  • Special events like the Atlanta BeltLine Bike Tour, Atlanta BeltLine Night at the Braves, Earth Day Clean-up, ground-breakings and openings of parks and trails, and more
  • Robust communications through beltline.org, social media, e-news, and more
  • Addressing critical social issues such as affordable housing and employment via initiatives such as the creation of the Atlanta Land Trust Collaborative to advance permanently affordable housing — and the coordination of more than 40 partner organizations to connect residents with job opportunities around the Atlanta BeltLine
  • Raising private dollars to invest in more Atlanta BeltLine parks and trails