Stay informed – we are all in this together!
As we adjust to the new reality of COVID-19, this page will provide the latest Atlanta BeltLine updates. Check back often for new information as we navigate this transition together.
Updated April 7, 2020 at 11:59 a.m. While there is still great uncertainty about the full impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, one of the Atlanta BeltLine’s affordable housing partners, Woda … Continue Reading →
Aluma Farm farmstand at the intersection of the Westside Trail and Allene Avenue.Our partners at our urban farm, Aluma Farm, on the Atlanta BeltLine Westside Trail want to make sure … Continue Reading →
Be prepared – we are here to help during this difficult time.
The COVID-19 pandemic poses unprecedented challenges to all types of businesses and nonprofits in our community. Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. is actively consolidating resources from local, state, and national to help your business or organization navigate these challenging times.
As you begin to strengthen your business strategy during this period of uncertainty, we will maintain a list of resources for:
- Programs and resources made available through recent government action
- Technical assistance
- Private sector resources for small businesses
- Remote business and digital support
- Food/service industry support resources
For Artists and Cultural Nonprofits
We are ever mindful of the needs of our community members in the arts & culture and nonprofit sectors, and we will continue to provide helpful information as it is available.
Do your part – we encourage everyone to be smart and stay safe!
The BeltLine is first and foremost a transit corridor. While our number one priority is slowing the spread of COVID-19, the Atlanta BeltLine is a key transportation corridor for many Atlantans. It provides critical connections to groceries, medical supplies and services, and household essentials, in addition to spaces for maintaining mental health during a time of isolation.
- Take utmost safety and health precautions for you and your neighbor.
- Avoid peak hours.
- Respect social distancing of 6-10 feet.
- Keep moving; do not congregate.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
- Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
- Wash your hands and apply hand sanitizer frequently.
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