Martin Luther King Day of Service

Please join The Conservancy at Historic Washington Park, the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, and Park Pride for a day of service in honor of Martin Luther King Day! Projects for volunteers will include clearing invasive plants, painting park tables and benches, improving flower beds, cleaning up litter throughout the park, and mulching trees. The park celebrated … Continue Reading →

Washington Park Jamboree and Play Day Set for Saturday, May 11

2019 Event Features Live Jazz and Celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Washington Park The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership invites everyone out to attend this year’s free Washington Park Jamboree, taking place Saturday, May 11, 3 to 8 pm. This is the Partnership’s fifth year hosting the free, family-oriented health and fitness festival at this historic … Continue Reading →

Mixing Health and Fun on the Atlanta BeltLine Westside Trail Corridor

By Chuck Meadows, Executive Director, Atlanta BeltLine Partnership This article originally appeared in the ThoughtLeaders column of the Saporta Report on April 26, 2016. A big part of our mission at the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership is to empower the residents of Atlanta BeltLine neighborhoods by working with partner organizations specifically in the areas of health, housing and hope: Promoting … Continue Reading →

Westside Trail construction under Westview Drive.

Westside Trail Construction Updates

Construction of the Westside Trail, the Atlanta BeltLine’s next trail to be built in the old railroad corridor, is moving right along. The pipe above is part of the green infrastructure design for the trail. It serves to hold water during a large storm event and slow the stress on the existing stormwater system. Backfilling has begun for materials that were excavated … Continue Reading →

Washington Park at the corner of Lena St and Ollie St in southwest Atlanta.

Park of the Month: Washington Park

The Atlanta BeltLine is so much more than just trails, and our parks are true gems along the city’s “emerald necklace.” We hope our “Park of the Month” series will help you find greenspaces on the Atlanta BeltLine that you haven’t discovered yet, and maybe even show you something new about your favorite parks! May’s Park of the … Continue Reading →