Atlanta Mayor Signs 14-day Stay-at-Home Order

City of Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms signed a 14-day Stay-at-Home Order on March 23, 2020, requiring Atlanta residents to remain in their homes throughout the day and self-isolate in order to curb the spread of COVID-19. The Order is effective until April 7. As of now, this does not include essential businesses, parks, the … Continue Reading →

Deadline Extension for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine’s Open Call

The effects of COVID-19 on the world have been staggering, and the creative community has been hit particularly hard. We stand with creatives, freelance art support staff, and everyone else who has been negatively impacted by the present crisis. As the dust settles on the recent scuffle to help contain the spread of coronavirus, we … Continue Reading →

BeltLine Housing Partners Offer Assistance to Mitigate Impact of Coronavirus Crisis

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 Cooper Companies, is already implementing initiatives to assist households impacted by the crisis. On March 17th, the company announced the creation of an interim rental assistance fund and the waiving of late … Continue Reading →

Atlanta BeltLine: Be Smart, Stay Safe!

These are interesting times we are living in. As we all ride out the storm of COVID-19 together, we get how rough it is to be locked inside and socially isolated. Although the Atlanta BeltLine may traditionally be a place for connectivity, this is not the time or place to socialize, and we do not … Continue Reading →

Atlanta BeltLine General Statement on COVID-19

UPDATED March 30, 2020 at 10:40 a.m. In support of Mayor Bottoms’ 14-day stay-at-home order for all Atlantans and President Trump’s decision to extend social distancing guidelines through the end of April, the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership has extended cancellation or postponement of all of its events and programming through at least Thursday, April 30. This … Continue Reading →