The Atlanta BeltLine is an exciting place to meet friends, get some exercise, enjoy shops and restaurants, and take in the beauty of the city. One thing that detracts from that beauty is some of the graffiti and tagging that often occurs along the corridor. The City of Atlanta Office of Parks has a team dedicated to maintaining the 70+ acres of BeltLine trail and parks, yet they are not always able to immediately clean up new graffiti when it appears. Howard is a Virginia-Highland resident who takes great pride is his community and regularly takes time out of his day to remove unauthorized graffiti and other signs and flyers people post. He reminds us that this asset is by us and for us, so we all need to pitch in, respect each other, and respect the BeltLine. Learn more about Howard’s efforts.
If you encounter a litter, graffiti, or maintenance issue on the Atlanta BeltLine, call 311 to report it to City of Atlanta Office of Parks or email email@example.com .