Eastside Trail

Volunteers help to clean up and landscape the Eastside Trail as walkers and joggers pass by.
Photo Credit: Christopher Martin

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The Atlanta BeltLine

Where Atlanta Comes Together. Learn more

 
 
Engaging the Community
  • Your Pathway
    To Participation

    Pictured: Atlanta BeltLine Volunteer Event // Learn more

  • Running in the
    Right Direction

    Pictured: Atlanta BeltLine Running Series // Read more

  • Accessible and Engaging
    Works of Art

    Pictured: Art on the Atlanta BeltLine // Read more

At The Atlanta BeltLine, we talk a lot about the importance of doing this with our communities instead of to them. The value added by engaging people from each and every one of the 45 neighborhoods that make up the BeltLine family is immeasurable. Through our engaging programs, we invite all of these communities to come out and have fun with us! These programs are designed to invite you, our ABL neighbors to join us for activities, learning series, information sessions and all of the fun volunteer opportunities that this amazing project has to offer.
The Atlanta BeltLine is not just some whimsical concept that only exists in the minds of planners and the myriad tabs of this website. The Atlanta BeltLine is happening right now. It is already a living, breathing part of the fabric of Atlanta, and it is impossible to appreciate its importance to our community without experiencing it first-hand. The best way to be “in the know” is to take a tour! Learn more
A partnership between Park Pride, Trees Atlanta, the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, and Atlanta BeltLine Inc., the Adopt-the-Atlanta BeltLine program provides an opportunity for community groups to play a direct role in improving and maintaining the Atlanta BeltLine. Tools for adoption groups are being generously donated by the Atlanta Community ToolBank. Learn more
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine invites residents and visitors to explore new segments of the Atlanta BeltLine that are lined with unique temporary public art installations. This public art initiative selects new and returning artists each year to showcase dynamic installations and performances on the Atlanta BeltLine corridor, an emerging system of parks, trails, transit and development that reclaims a 22-mile loop of historic and mostly unused rail around the City’s core. Learn more
The Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum will be a large-scale reforestation of the corridor, with a focus on education. The corridor is divided into five segments that are informed by ecological and cultural conditions. Learn more
The Atlanta BeltLine Running Series is designed to bring people together to experience the exciting developments along the Atlanta BeltLine. In addition to offering a series of great races, the Atlanta BeltLine Running Series gives people a chance to see the Atlanta BeltLine first-hand, get excited about the progress, spread the word, and help raise awareness in the community about all that the Atlanta BeltLine has to offer. Learn more
So what exactly is the Atlanta BeltLine and how can you help? Maybe you’ve heard about the Atlanta BeltLine but don’t really understand what it’s all about. Maybe you’ve seen a news story or read an article, but still can’t get your head around the whole concept. Well, Atlanta BeltLine 101 is just what you need! Learn more
Every year, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. hosts the Organic Land Care Symposium. This all-day event includes your choice of two educational sessions in the morning, a speakers’ roundtable, your choice of an afternoon session, and an address from our keynote speaker. Breakfast, lunch, and afternoon snacks will be provided and are included in the cost of […] Learn more
As the Atlanta BeltLine has matured as a project, the variety of ways to get involved has evolved as well. Whether you prefer to dig into the details, dig in the dirt, or dig into your wallet, you can become a huge part of its success. Join thousands of Atlantans who are helping make the Atlanta BeltLine happen! Learn more