The Finer Details of the Atlanta BeltLine

When it comes to the Atlanta BeltLine, there is a LOT to talk about. This is your one-stop archive for detailed information, including project master plans, planning documents, annual reports, community meeting minutes, newsletters and other helpful resources.

TitleDescriptionTopicType
Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar West Transit Environmental Assessment Stakeholder Advisory Committee Presentation

Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar West Transit Environmental Assessment Stakeholder Advisory Committee Presentation-September 9, 2014

Community Engagement, Project Goal: TransitPDF
2012 TADAC Annual Report

Annual Report, year ending 2012. Presented April 23, 2013 at the Georgia Hill Community Center. Highlights include: Equitable Development Plan, Independent review of the five-year plan, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine.

TADACPDF
Southeast Study Group: Bill Kennedy Way Design

Southeast Study Group: Bill Kennedy Way Design-July 25, 2016.

Community Engagement, MeetingsPDF
Minutes August 10, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of Directors
Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar West Transit Route Options and MARTA Connectivity Supporting Maps

Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar West Transit Route Options and MARTA Connectivity Environmental Assessment Supporting Maps-Presented September 9, 2014 during a Stakeholder Advisory Committee meeting and September 15, 2014 during a Citywide Conversation

 

 

Community Engagement, Project Goal: TransitPDF
Special Call Meeting Agenda September 7, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine 2030 Strategic Implementation Plan

In December 2013, ABI adopted the 2030 Strategic Implementation Plan (SIP), which will guide the citywide transportation and redevelopment program through its completion.

Foundational Studies, Project Goal: TrailsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar West Transit Route Options and MARTA Connectivity Citywide Conversation Presentation

Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar West Transit Route Options and MARTA Connectivity Citywide Conversation Presentation-September 15, 2014

Community Engagement, Project Goal: TransitPDF
Southeast + Southwest Study Group: Southside Trail Design

Southeast + Southwest Study Group: Southside Trail Design-8.9.16

Community EngagementPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2013 Q4

The fourth and final Quarterly Briefing of 2013 was a review of the progress and events taking place throughout the year, including the new access to Lang Carson Park, the expansion of the Perkerson Park splashpad, completion of the design for the Historic Fourth Ward Park and an update on the Urban Agriculture site. In trail news, the Southwest Connector opening was covered, as well as the Westside Trail TIGER V funding for construction and the Eastside Trail Gateway. Also covered were the Streetcar Expansion Strategy, the status of federal environmental review and ABI’s services agreement with the City. Other topics included corridor design and remediation, streetscapes, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, Affordable Housing and proactive rezoning. The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership gave an update on membership benefits, shop.beltline.org, the Running Series and other topics including volunteering and tours.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Summer 2014

Volume 7 // Issue 2 – In this issue: Westside Trail Donation // Federal DOT Visit // Edgewood Avenue Opening // CEO Message // History // Free Fitness Classes // Etiquette Campaign // Earth Day on the Atlanta BeltLine

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Read Request for Proposal (RFP)Health GrantsPDF
Agenda October 12, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Minutes October 12, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Fall 2014

Volume 7 // Issue 3 – In this issue: Art on the Atlanta BeltLine // Awards // Westside Trail // Transit Update // CEO Message // National Endowment for the Arts Grant

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Winter 2013

Volume 6 // Issue 4 – In this issue: TIGER V Grant // Art on the Atlanta BeltLine // Awards // Health and Fitness // Eastside Trail Gateway // Atlanta BeltLine Shop // Bike Tours // Sculpture Dedication

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Westside Impact Neighborhood AnalysisHealth GrantsPDF
Agenda Executive Committee – November 9, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Minutes Executive Committee – November 9, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
September 2013

Volume 6 // Issue 3 – In this issue: Southwest Connector Trail // Path Force // Meet Paul Morris // Art on the Atlanta BeltLine // Progress Updates on the Atlanta BeltLine blog // Atlanta BeltLine Running Series // Staff Updates

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Agenda December 14, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Minutes December 14, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Employment Initiative Program Framework

Atlanta BeltLine Partnership Social Impact Program – Employment Initiative. Read about social impacts, employment framework, partners and process.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Westside Trails Health Grant ApplicationHealth GrantsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar West Transit Route Options and MARTA Connectivity Study Group Presentation I

Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar West Transit Route Options and MARTA Connectivity Study Group Presentation given September 22nd and September 25th, 2014.

Community Engagement, Project Goal: TransitPDF
Minutes January 14, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Southeast + Southwest Study Group: Southside Trail Design

Southeast + Southwest Study Group: Southside Trail Design-9.13.16

Community EngagementPDF
Atlanta Land Trust

The Atlanta Land Trust (ALT) was created to maintain affordability in neighborhoods at risk for displacement and gentrification as a result of the Atlanta BeltLine development. The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, the Atlanta Housing Association of Neighborhood-based Developers (AHAND), and the Annie E. Casey Foundation led more than 30 public, private, non-profit, and community organizations for more than two years to bring the ALT into existence in December 2009. ALT brings needed development expertise and capacity with a focus on permanent affordable housing and transit-oriented development.

Project Goal: Affordable HousingExternal Website
Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar West Transit Route Options and MARTA Connectivity Study Group Presentation II

Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar West Transit Route Options and MARTA Connectivity Study Group Presentation given October 6th and October 9th, 2014.

Community Engagement, Project Goal: TransitPDF
Mixed-Income Transit Oriented Development Strategy

ABI, BAHAB, Enterprise Community Partners, and Bleakly Advisory Group, Inc. together developed a series of recommendations to implement Mixed Income Transit Oriented Development. Download the presentation given to Atlanta City Council in March 2013.

Project Goal: Affordable Housing, Project Goal: TransitPDF
Tax Exemptions Trifold Brochure 2019

This guide offers homeowners instructions on how to file their tax assessments.

Homeowner Resources
Subarea 8 Land Use Map

The recommendations of the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 8 Master Plan in the areas of land use, mobility and parks

Land Use & Planning Maps, Sub Area Master PlansMap, PDF
Atlanta BeltLine Tax Allocation District

City Ordinance 05-O-1733 created the Atlanta BeltLine Tax Allocation District, established the financing mechanism for the Atlanta BeltLine program, established affordable housing goals for the Atlanta BeltLine, and adopted the Atlanta BeltLine Redevelopment Plan.

Project Goal: Affordable HousingPDF
2013 Atlanta BeltLine Partnership Annual Report

ABP Annual Reports, Annual ReportsPDF
Subarea 6 Land Use Map

The recommendations of the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 6 Master Plan in the areas of land use, mobility and parks

Land Use & Planning Maps, Sub Area Master PlansMap, PDF
Foundational Studies

The Atlanta BeltLine has come a long way since Ryan Gravel first presented the idea in his 1999 master’s thesis. Along the way, there have been numerous studies, designs, work plans, revisions, and updates. Several core documents serve as the framework for what the Atlanta BeltLine has become, and what it will grow to be.

Project Goal: Affordable HousingPage on beltline.org, PDF
2020 DRC Meeting ScheduleDesign Review Committee
Northeast Corridor Brownfield Cleanup Project

Presentation given at Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.’s Northeast Study Group Meeting held on December 12, 2013.

 

Community EngagementPDF
Citywide Conversation: Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar West Transit Route Options and MARTA Connectivity Moving Forward

Citywide Conversation Presentation: Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar West Transit Route Options and MARTA Connectivity Moving Forward-October 30, 2014

Community Engagement, Project Goal: TransitPDF
Southwest Study Group: Murphy Crossing

Southwest Study Group: Murphy Crossing-9.19.16

Community EngagementPDF
Citywide Conversation: Supporting Maps

Citywide Conversation Supporting Maps: Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar West Transit Route Options and MARTA Connectivity Moving Forward-October 30, 2014

Community EngagementPDF
Citywide Conversation: Atlanta Streetcar Environmental Clearance

Citywide Conversation: Atlanta Streetcar Environmental Clearance-9.20.16

Community EngagementPDF
Subarea 01: Master Plan Appendices

This document contains all supporting Appendices for the Subarea 1 Master Plan.

Sub Area Master PlansPDF
Subarea 02: Master Plan Appendices

This document contains all supporting Appendices for the Subarea 2 Master Plan.

Sub Area Master PlansPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing Q4 2014

The fourth quarterly briefing was an overview of recent construction progress, programmatic updates, and other new from the Atlanta BeltLine. Topics included the Westside Trail groundbreaking, Eastside Trail extension, the North Avenue Plaza, Langford Park and transit updates. Other updates included news about the capital campaign, health updates, the new Atlanta BeltLine tour bus, and the rail slice campaign to raise grassroots funds for the Atlanta BeltLine.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Subarea 03: Master Plan Appendices

This document contains all supporting Appendices for the Subarea 3 Master Plan.

Sub Area Master PlansPDF
Subarea 04: Master Plan Appendices

This document contains all supporting Appendices for the Subarea 4 Master Plan.

Sub Area Master PlansPDF
Fall 2016

Volume 9 // Issue 3 – In this issue: Art on the Atlanta BeltLine // Referenda // Housing Funding // CEO Corner // Eastside Trail Extension // Southside Trail Design // Westside Trail // Benches // Etiquette Tools // Life on the BeltLine // Eastside 10k

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Subarea 05: Master Plan Appendices

This document contains all supporting Appendices for the Subarea 5 Master Plan.

Sub Area Master PlansPDF
Westside Trail Construction Frequently Asked Questions

Westside & Southwest Study Group Meeting: Westside Trail Construction Frequently Asked Questions-December 2nd, 2014

Community EngagementPDF
Subarea 07: Master Plan Appendices

This document contains all supporting Appendices for the Subarea 7 Master Plan.

Sub Area Master PlansPDF
Subarea 09: Master Plan Appendices

This document contains all supporting Appendices for the Subarea 9 Master Plan.

Sub Area Master PlansPDF
Westside Trail Information Open House

Public presentation of the future construction of the Westside Trail between Washington Park & University Avenue on January 14, 2014.

Community EngagementPDF
Integrated Action Plan (IAP)

In 2015, ABI completed an Integrated Action Plan to determine how to best achieve the 2005 Redevelopment Plan’s ambitious economic development and housing goals. The approach of the IAP is practical and action-oriented. It concentrates on fiscal years 2016 to 2020 while establishing a longer-term general framework through 2030.

Project Goal: Affordable Housing, Project Goal: Economic Development, Project Goal: Environmental Clean-up, Project Goal: Jobs, Project Goal: Parks, Project Goal: Public Art, Project Goal: Streetscapes, Project Goal: Trails, Project Goal: Transit, TADACPDF
Westside Study Group 2.12.15: WST Bridge Over MLK Jr Dr Removal

Westside Study Group Meeting: WST Bridge Over MLK Jr Dr Removal Presentation and Detour Route-February 12, 2015

Community EngagementPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing Q1 2016

This Quarterly Briefing meeting addresses updates such as funding, Westside Trail construction, Eastside Trail extension, Southside Trail design, Southwest Connector spur, Langford Skatepark, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, Art Master Plan, BeltLine Benches, Signage & Wayfinding, Design Review Committee, Proactive Rezoning, and more. Included is Atlanta BeltLine Partnership’s presentation and updates.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing Q3 2016

This public meeting included focused on the TSPLOST and MARTA referenda, with guest speakers from the City and MARTA discussing the projects. The meeting also included updates from Atlanta BeltLine Partnership.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Enota Park Expansion Plan

View the Enota Park Expansion Plan presented in January 2019.

Project Goal: ParksPDF
Agenda Executive Committee – February 11, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing Q4 2016

This public meeting will commence at 6 p.m. on December 12, 2016, at the Fulton County  Government Center:

Fulton County Government Center
141 Pryor Street SW
Atlanta, GA 30303

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Minutes Executive Committee – February 11, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Agenda March 11, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Atlanta Streetcar System Plan Transit Routes Map

This map shows the six planned routes for the Atlanta Streetcar System Plan, including the Atlanta BeltLine Loop, Crosstown Loop (including the current Atlanta Streetcar), Crosstown Midtown Line, Crosstown Peachtree Line, Crosstown Crescent Line, and the Crosstown Capital Loop. Current as of January 2017.

Project Goal: TransitMap, PDF
Winter 2016

Volume 9 // Issue 4 – In this issue: Affordability and Housing // Referenda // Transit Progress // CEO Corner // Westside Trail // Eastside Trail Extension // Art on the Atlanta BeltLine // Performance Space // Signage // Bond Issuance

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Minutes March 11, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Agenda Executive Committee – April 8, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Opening the Corridor — Capital Campaign

Download brochure for capital campaign details and pledge form.

Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, Capital Campaign
Minutes Executive Committee – April 8, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
City Council Establishing BAHAB

The Atlanta BeltLine Affordable Housing Advisory Board (BAHAB) was created through the City legislation in 2007. Its primary function is to advise on the administration and execution of the BeltLine Affordable Housing Trust Fund.

BAHAB, Project Goal: Affordable HousingPDF
Washington Park Jamboree Sponsor Packet

Held in Washington Park on the Westside Trail, this free festival includes sports, health screenings, fitness classes, healthy food, music and other activities for families to enjoy. We’re have celebrated this festival with the neighborhood Jazz festival series for several years. This event engages the public while empowering residents to connect with a healthier lifestyle. See event page.

Corporate SponsorshipPDF
Agenda April 29, 2015 (Special Call)2015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
2012 BAHAB Annual Meeting Report

Annual Meeting Report, year ending 2012. Highlights include: BAHAB responsibilities, structure, appointed bodies, Trust Fund context, targeted beneficiaries and more.

BAHABPDF
Bus Tour Sponsorship Packet

Last year 3,000 people enjoyed touring the corridor in our custom bus, which offers one of the best ways to see the breadth and depth of the BeltLine project while learning about Atlanta neighborhoods. One of our most popular programs, the tour bus is easily identified throughout the city as it travels through the 45 BeltLine neighborhoods. Learn more about the Bus Tour.

Corporate SponsorshipPDF
2013 BAHAB Annual Meeting Report

Annual Meeting Report, year ending 2013. Highlights include: BAHAB responsibilities, structure, appointed bodies and more.

BAHABPDF
Minutes April 29, 2015 (Special Call)2015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
2014 Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Annual Report

ABI Annual Reports, Annual ReportsPDF
Agenda May 13, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
2014 BAHAB Annual Meeting Report

Annual Meeting Report, year ending 2014. Highlights include: BAHAB responsibilities, structure, appointed bodies and more.

BAHABPDF
2015 BAHAB Annual Meeting Report

Annual Meeting Report, year ending 2015. Highlights include: BAHAB responsibilities, structure, appointed bodies and more.

BAHABPDF
Minutes May 13, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Affordable Housing Finance Program Presentation

Southwest & Westside Study Group: Affordable Housing Initiative Program Presentation-March 12, 2015

Community Engagement, Project Goal: Affordable HousingPDF
Agenda Executive Committee – June 3, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
2011 BAHAB Annual Meeting Report

Annual Meeting Report, year ending 2011. Highlights include: BAHAB responsibilities, structure, appointed bodies and more.

BAHABPDF
Doggies on the BeltLine

Join our parade for dogs on the Eastside Trail! This is the perfect opportunity to come on-site and celebrate your brand in collaboration with the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, Doggies on the Catwalk and 250 of your best, new furry friends. Sponsorship packet. October 27, 2019.

Corporate SponsorshipPDF
Strategic Implementation Plan (SIP) – TADAC Performance Report

TADAC’s review of Period 1 of the Strategic Implementation Plan. Presented May 2, 2019.

Project Goal: Affordable Housing, Project Goal: Economic Development, Project Goal: Environmental Clean-up, Project Goal: Jobs, Project Goal: Parks, Project Goal: Public Art, Project Goal: Streetscapes, Project Goal: Trails, Project Goal: Transit, Project GoalsPDF
Health Movement One Sheet

The Atlanta BeltLine is creating unique opportunities for healthier, more sustainable living in Atlanta. Learn more about our Health Movement Program and how to get involved with this One Sheet.

Health & WellnessPDF
Eastside Trail Fact Sheet

Download this fact sheet to learn more about the Eastside trail.

Project Goal: TrailsPDF
Minutes Executive Committee – June 3, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Community Study Group Findings

In March of 2015, Atlanta BeltLine held focus groups in Atlanta BeltLine Communities: Northside, Westside, Southwest, Southeast and Northeast neighborhoods. We discussed the meaning of a healthy lifestyle, as well as barriers and enablers to living a healthy lifestyle. We are using this feedback to inform our strategy moving forward.

Health & WellnessPDF
Agenda August 12, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Download Westside Trail Fact Sheet

Download this fact sheet to learn more about the Westside trail.

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Slice of Summer

Held at Skyline Park, the rooftop amusement park at Ponce City Market, this event serves as a kick off to summer filled with games, music, food and fun. Summer 2020.

Corporate SponsorshipPDF
2014-2016 Health Strategy

Learn about the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership’s health strategy initiative to make Atlanta a healthier, more active community.

Health & WellnessPDF
Rent the Center Price Sheet

Rent the Atlanta BeltLine Center for your next event. Download fact sheet and vendor list for more detail.

Atlanta BeltLine CenterPDF
Minutes August 12, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Agenda Executive Committee – September 9, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Presentation: TIS WS Study Group, February 27, 2012

Transit Implementation Strategy Westside Study Group Meeting, held February 27, 2012

Project Goal: TransitPDF
2016 Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Annual Report

ABI Annual Reports, Annual ReportsPDF
Fall 2019

Q3 2019 NewsletterIn this issue:
Trails // Boulevard Crossing Park // President & CEO Corner // Economic Development// Affordable Housing // #BELTINECHARM // Dockless Mobility Devices // Northeast Trail // Art on the Atlanta BeltLine // Master Planning // BeltLine Connections Blog Series // New ABI Team Members

NewsletterPDF
Minutes Executive Committee – September 9, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Bike Tours

Official guided bike tours of the BeltLine alternate from the Westside to the Eastside every weekend. For more information, contact: Salisha Evans, Director of Partnerships and Development, Salisha@atlblp.org, (404) 446-4408. Learn more about Bike Tours.

Corporate Sponsorship
Agenda October 14, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing Q1 2015

The first quarterly briefing was an overview of recent construction progress, programmatic updates, and other news from the Atlanta BeltLine. Topics included Westside Trail progress, transit updates, information about the Design Review Committee, other planning updates, and ABI’s partnership with the Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta, among other items. Atlanta BeltLine Partnership presented updates on fitness programming, workforce partnerships, and membership opportunities.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Community Engagement Framework

The Atlanta City Council recognized the importance of public participation when creating Atlanta BeltLine Inc. (ABI), the entity tasked with implementing the Atlanta BeltLine. The Council legislatively mandated a “Framework for Citizen Participation” (Ordinance 06-R-1576). Now called the Community Engagement Framework, it forms the foundation of all community interaction taking place to implement the project.

Community EngagementPDF
Future Homebuyer Workshops

Finding and purchasing the right home can seem complex, even overwhelming. These free workshops are designed to make sure individuals looking to purchase a home along the Atlanta BeltLine have access to programs and services that can help ensure that the home they find is right for them. For more information, contact: Salisha Evans, Director of Partnerships and Development, Salisha@atlblp.org, (404) 446-4408. Learn more about our workshops.

Corporate Sponsorship
Minutes October 14, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Tax Allocation District (TAD) Map

Detailed map outlining the Tax Allocation District.

Land Use & Planning Maps, TADACMap, PDF
Study Group Boundaries Map

Study Groups, as referred to in the BeltLine Citizen Participation Framework Chart”, are one of the mechanisms in which concerned organizations and individuals have the opportunity to have direct input on BeltLine planning, design and implementation issues.

TADACPDF
Workforce Development Series

A series that connects BeltLine residents with job training and resources with a specific focus on the hospitality, construction, health and customer service- related fields and industries. For more information, contact: Salisha Evans, Director of Partnerships and Development, Salisha@atlblp.org, (404) 446-4408.

Corporate Sponsorship
Agenda Executive Committee – November 12, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Trail Map

Explore the Atlanta BeltLine with this Trail Map. Using a 33-mile network of multi-use trails, the Atlanta BeltLine is creating a new public realm – offering a pedestrian-friendly environment which promotes walking, jogging, biking, and affordable housing.

Adopt the BeltLine, Project Goal: TrailsMap, PDF
Lantern Parade Sponsor Packet

This enormously popular parade is one of the largest in North America. In 2018, over 70,000 participants and revelers took part in the parade which is the highlight event of the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition. Check out the event page.

Corporate SponsorshipPDF
Speaker Series

Partner with ABP on topics that are relevant to a variety of audiences. For more information, contact: Salisha Evans, Director of Partnerships and Development, Salisha@atlblp.org, (404) 446-4408.

Corporate Sponsorship
Spring 2015

Volume 8 // Issue 1 – In this issue: Special edition: Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.’s 2014 annual report at a glance

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing Q1 2017

The first quarterly briefing of 2017 was held at Atlanta Technical College on March 30 and focused on affordable housing after project-wide updates from Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Minutes Executive Committee – November 12, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
2011 Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Annual Report

ABI Annual Reports, Annual ReportsPDF
Winter 2014

Volume 7 // Issue 4 – In this issue: Westside Trail Groundbreaking // Smartphone App // Tour Bus // CEO Message // Transit Update // Build the BeltLine // Gateway Opening // Art on the Atlanta BeltLine

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Agenda December 9, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
2010 Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Annual Report

ABI Annual Reports, Annual ReportsPDF
Citywide Conversations: Atlanta Streetcar System Plan

Citywide Conversations: An update on the Atlanta Streetcar System Plan-April 23 and 27, 2015.

Community EngagementPDF
Health & Fitness Programs Sponsor Packet

The largest free fitness program in Atlanta promotes the use of the BeltLine corridor to support an active, healthy lifestyle and attracts almost 3,000 people. Over 500 classes each year at every fitness level, include: Yoga, Pilates, Self-defense, Aerobics, Boot Camps, Hike with Your Dog, Meditation, and more. Classes are held at multiple locations throughout the corridor. Learn more about Health & Fitness program.

Corporate SponsorshipPDF
Minutes December 9, 20152015 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Subarea 06: Master Plan Appendices

This document contains all supporting Appendices for the Subarea 6 Master Plan.

Sub Area Master PlansPDF
Download Tour Bus FAQs Fact SheetBus TourPDF
Subarea 08: Master Plan Appendices

This document contains all supporting Appendices for the Subarea 8 Master Plan.

Sub Area Master PlansPDF
City of Atlanta’s Application for a Special Administrative Permit

Complete special administrative permit application via City of Atlanta, Office of Planning.

Design Review CommitteeExternal Website
Transportation Referendum

1 page PDF summary of the Regional Transportation Referendum with economic and travel impact information.

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Download Tour Bus Guide BiosBus TourPDF
City of Atlanta’s BeltLine Overlay District Regulations

Review regulations in the BeltLine Overlay District.

Design Review CommitteeExternal Website
Transportation Referendum Map

1 page PDF of the Transportation Referendum Map. July 2012.

Project Goal: TransitMap, PDF
SSP (Streetcar System Plan) Final Report

Click the link to the left to download the full Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar System Plan Final Report.

Project Goal: TransitPDF
June 2012

Volume 5 // Issue 2In this issue:
Eastside Trail, Transportation Referendum Up-Close, Urban Farm, Perkerson Park Splash Pad Opening, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, New Website, Southwest 5k Race, Atlanta BeltLine Night at the Braves

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Locally Preferred Alternatives

The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) conducted an Alternatives Analysis (AA) to identify and evaluate transit improvements within the Atlanta BeltLine corridor.

Foundational StudiesPDF
Westside Trail Open House FAQs

Frequently asked questions about the Westside Trail between Washington Park & University Avenue to supplement the public presentation on January 14, 2014.

Community EngagementPDF
Study Group Public Meetings: Possible Atlanta Streetcar Support Facility Locations

Westside + Southwest, Northside + Downtown/Midtown and Northeast + Southeast Study Group Meetings: Possible Atlanta Streetcar Support Facility Locations as part of the Atlanta BeltLine East, Atlanta BeltLine West and Crosstown Environmental Assessments-May 28, June 1 and June 8, 2015

Community EngagementPDF
Five-Year Work Plan

This plan served as a road map for all targeted activities and accomplishments of the first five years for ABI and its partners. The majority of the goals articulated in the plan were achieved in the five-year timeframe.

Foundational StudiesPDF
Public Comment Policy for Atlanta BeltLine Inc. Board Meetings

Public comment policy for Atlanta BeltLine Inc. Board Meetings.

ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Lofts at Reynoldstown Crossing Case Study

Detailed report about the Lofts at Reynoldstown Crossing project.

Project Goal: Affordable HousingPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing Q3 2017

The focus of the presentation was a discussion on the selection process for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine. This conversation was followed by a featured presentation on the 2017 Art of the Atlanta BeltLine program in its entirety. In addition we provided the latest updates on trails, transit, and greenspace design. 

View archived video 

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Spring 2014

Volume 7 // Issue 1 – Special Issue: Atlanta BeltLine 2030 Strategic Implementation Plan

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing Q2 2015

The second quarterly briefing of 2015 provided updates on Atlanta BeltLine projects and programs, such as Westside Trail construction, affordable workforce housing, the latest in the Atlanta BeltLine capital campaign, and the Atlanta BeltLine Jamboree, among many other topics. The featured presentation was an update on the Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar System Plan and the federal environmental work underway for transit on the Atlanta BeltLine.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Environmental Justice Policy

The Environmental Justice Policy explains the Atlanta BeltLine’s commitment to the fair treatment of people of all races, age, cultures and incomes; and how they shall all be fully considered during the Atlanta BeltLine’s planning, decision-making, development and implementation of programs, policies, and activities.

Foundational StudiesPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing Q4 2017

Our fourth Quarterly Briefing of 2017 kicked off with a brief introduction to the Atlanta BeltLine project followed by project updates and the opportunity to ask questions. Following these updates, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) staff and some of the project’s partners were on hand to answer project-specific questions in an open house format. 

View archived video

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Record of Decision: Tier 1 Final EIS

This Record of Decision (ROD) from the Federal Transit Authority regarding the Tier 1 Final Environmental Impact Study determines the selection of modern streetcar for transit, transit alignment, and identification of right-of-way along the corridor. It is a major step towards securing federal funding for transit.

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Presentation: Citywide Briefing

Atlanta BeltLine / Atlanta Streetcar System Plan Citywide Briefing presentation on February 25, 2014. Click here to view accompanying transit videos.

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2012 Q3

In this briefing, we received an update from the Chairman of the Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Board of Directors John Somerhalder following a tour of the connection between Ponce City Market and the Eastside Trail. The presentation also included updates from Lisa Gordon, COO, about the implementation plan, the Edgewood bridge, and Art on the Atlanta BeltLine.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
September 2012

Volume 5 // Issue 3 – In this issue: Eastside Trail Dedication, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, Environmental Justice Policy, Environmental Impact Statement, Edgewood Avenue Bridge Replacement, Eastside 10k, Atlanta BeltLine Ambassadors

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing Q1 2018

The first Quarterly Briefing of 2018 provided the public with updates on Transportation, Parks & Trails, Housing, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, as well as a brief update from the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Subarea 4: Park Master Plan – Lang Carson ParkProject Goal: ParksPDF
Agenda August 14, 20192019 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Subarea 2: Park Master Plan – Perkerson ParkProject Goal: ParksPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing Q3 2015

The third quarterly briefing of 2015 provided updates on Atlanta BeltLine projects and programs with a feature on Art on the Atlanta BeltLine and the Atlanta Streetcar System Plan’s Environmental Assessments for the Crosstown/Midtown and West routes.  Click here to access the 2015 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine preview presentation.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
West End Trail Map

Map of the West End Trail Segment. For more information visit the West End Trail page.

Project Goal: TrailsMap, PDF
Implementation Plan: Citywide Conversation and Study Groups

Presentation given at Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.’s Citywide Conversation on November 15, 2012.

Community EngagementPDF
Implementation Plan: Lunch and Learn

Presentation given at Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.’s lunch and learn for TADAC, BAHAB, and BeltLine Network on November 8, 2012.

Community EngagementPDF
3rd Quarterly Briefing of 2015 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Presentation

3rd Quarterly Briefing of 2015 Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Presentation

Download Washington Park Jamboree Event Poster
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2012 Q4

This briefing featured Joshuah Mello as a guest speaker from the City of Atlanta about exciting new bike initiatives and short- and long-range plans for bike amenities in the city. It also gave highlights from 2012 by Valarie Wilson, Executive Director for The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, and Lisa Gordon, Chief Operating Officer for Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Following the highlights is a criteria prioritization activity associated with the Atlanta BeltLine Implementation Plan.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
2017 Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Annual Report

ABI Annual Reports, Annual ReportsPDF
Agenda January 9, 20192019 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Agenda January 8, 20142014 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
December 2012

Volume 5 // Issue 4 – In this issue: What’s Next? $3 Million Donation, Southwest Connector Trail, Volunteer Spotlight, Edgewood Avenue Bridge Replacement, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, Fix It Line, Atlanta BeltLine Running Series® Community, Hawks Night

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Spring 2017

Volume 10 // Issue 1 – In this issue: Special edition: Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.’s 2016 annual report at a glance

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Summer 2015

Volume 8 // Issue 2 – In this issue: Affordable Housing // Westside Trail Update // Life on the Atlanta BeltLine // CEO Corner // Art // Workforce Partnerships // Design Review Committee // Urban Farm //  Fitness // Earth Day // Jamboree

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Unified Plan
Meeting Minutes January 9, 20192019 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Minutes January 8, 20142014 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Fall 2015

Volume 8 // Issue 3 – In this issue: Art on the Atlanta BeltLine // Fall Fest // CEO Corner // Westside Trail // Grants & Awards // AJC’s Living Intown // Northside Trail Spur // Eddy Cat // Eastside Trail Extension // Eastside 10k

Communications, NewsletterPDF
A Slice of Summer at Skyline Park Event Poster

Download event poster.

Supporters ProgramPDF
Agenda Executive Committee February 13, 20192019 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing Q4 2015

The fourth quarterly briefing of 2015 featured a panel discussion with Mayor Kasim Reed, Ryan Gravel, Paul Morris, and Mtamanika Youngblood. The meeting also included an update from ABI on the Westside Trail construction, Eastside Trail extension, southeast corridor design, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, Arthur Langford Park, and the bond infrastructure projects, among other updates. ABP reported on the first 10 years of progress for the Partnership’s mission.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Invasive Species Information

Learn more about the Invasive Species in Georgia from the The Georgia Invasive Species Task Force. Visit the Georgia Invasive Species Task Force website →

Adopt the BeltLinePDF
Homeowner Empowerment Workshop Video

Watch first homeowner empowerment workshop of 2017. The workshop was led by consultant Tia McCoy and several others made informative presentations. Thanks to Citizens Trust Bank for their generous sponsorship of the 2017 homeowner empowerment workshops.

Homeowner Resources, Project Goal: Affordable HousingVideos
Agenda March 12, 20142014 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
2016 TADAC Annual Report

Annual report, year ending 2016. Presented April 4, 2017.

TADACPDF
Agenda March 13, 20192019 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
GA Invasive Species Presentation

View presentation to learn more about Invasive Species in Georgia.

Adopt the BeltLinePDF
Run.Walk.Go! Atlanta BeltLine Race Series Sponsor Packet

Our popular race series for participants of all ages travels through BeltLine neighborhoods on the Northside, Westside, and Eastside Trails. Check out the Race Series.

Corporate SponsorshipPDF
2017 Atlanta BeltLine Partnership Annual Report

ABP Annual Reports, Annual ReportsPDF
Southeast Study Group: Atlanta BeltLine Refresher

Southeast Study Group: Atlanta BeltLine Refresher reviewing the Atlanta BeltLine Master Plans for subarea 3 and 4 and providing information for Atlanta BeltLine projects: past, present and future-November 12, 2015.

Community EngagementPDF
Atlanta Adopters Guide

This guide describes your responsibilities and expectations of the program. Please read it before your first work day and refer to it as needed.

Adopt the BeltLinePDF
Minutes March 13, 20192019 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Minutes March 12, 20142014 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Sponsor Packet

The largest temporary public art exhibit in the south features over 100 sculptures, murals, and performers along the corridor throughout the year, complementing the permanent art. Over 35,000 people walk the trails weekly experience this annual exhibition. Visit Art on the BeltLine site.

Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, Corporate SponsorshipPDF
Agenda May 14, 20142014 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Volunteer Waiver of Liability for Participants Under Age 18

Complete the volunteer waiver of Liability for participants under age 18.

Adopt the BeltLinePDF
Agenda May 8, 20192019 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Southwest + Westside Study Groups: Atlanta BeltLine Refresher

Southwest + Westside Study Groups: Atlanta BeltLine Refresher reviewing the Atlanta BeltLine Master Plans for subarea 1, 2, 9 and 10 and providing information for Atlanta BeltLine projects: past, present and future-November 16, 2015.

Community EngagementPDF
Adopt the BeltLine Volunteer Waiver

Complete the volunteer waiver of Liability for participants over age 18.

Adopt the BeltLinePDF
Minutes May 8, 20192019 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Minutes May 14, 20142014 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
2017 TADAC Annual Report

Annual report, year ending 2017. Presented April 17, 2018.

TADACPDF
Supporter Donation Brochure

Become a supporter of the Atlanta BeltLine. View supporter level and benefits.

Supporters ProgramPDF
Agenda Executive Committee – June 11, 20142014 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Adopt the Atlanta BeltLineFlyer

Learn more about the Adopt the Atlanta BeltLine and view map of adoptable segments.

Adopt the BeltLinePDF
Process Summary Chart

The Process Summary Chart highlights the minimum requirements by each dollar threshold of the Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. procurement process.

ProcurementPDF
Program Updates Presentation

Read presentation to learn more about various program updates.

Adopt the BeltLinePDF
Agenda December 12, 20182018 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Minutes Executive Committee – June 11, 20142014 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Procurement Policy

Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) procures goods and contractual services to advance the mission of the organization. In pursuit of this goal it desires to procure goods and services at the best prices available in sufficient quantities, consistent with standards of service and quality. Please read our Procurement Policy to learn more.

ProcurementPDF
Northside + Northeast Study Groups: Atlanta BeltLine Refresher

Northside + Northeast  Study Groups: Atlanta BeltLine Refresher reviewing the Atlanta BeltLine Master Plans for subarea 1, 2, 9 and 10 and providing information for Atlanta BeltLine projects: past, present and future-November 19, 2015.

Community EngagementPDF
Agenda August 13, 20142014 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Project Proposal Form

Submit your group or organization’s project proposal by completing the online form.

Adopt the BeltLinePage on beltline.org
General Terms and Conditions

Review Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.’s General Terms and Conditions for procurement.

ProcurementPDF
Workday Report Form

Submit your group or organization’s workday report form by completing the online form.

Adopt the BeltLinePage on beltline.org
Minutes December 12, 20182018 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Minutes August 13, 20142014 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Agenda Executive Committee – September 10, 20142014 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
2016 Atlanta BeltLine Partnership Annual Report

ABP Annual Reports, Annual ReportsPDF
Agenda November 27, 2018 (Special Call)2018 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Agenda October 8, 20142014 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar System Plan

The final Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar System Plan (SSP) adopted by Atlanta City Council on December 8, 2015. The SSP documents the City of Atlanta’s approach to building out this streetcar network over time in a manner that is efficient, cost effective, mobility focused, supportive of regional transit, and integrated with the economic development initiatives led by the City, Invest Atlanta and Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.

Foundational Studies, Project Goal: TransitPDF
Southside Trail Design and Reynoldstown Stage Update: Meeting PresentationProject Goal: TrailsPDF
Minutes November 27, 2018 (Special Call)2018 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Ponce Improvement Projects

Ponce De Leon Avenue is slated for several road improvement projects over the next several years to enhance its efficiency and improve the mobility of pedestrians, cyclists, and vehicles. These projects include: resurfacing, lane reconfiguration, ADA accessibility improvements, and improved access to public transportation as well as to the Atlanta BeltLine.

Community EngagementPDF
Senior Paralegal

Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. is seeking a Senior Paralegal. The Senior Paralegal works with ABI’s General Counsel and Assistant General Counsel on legal matters, real estate matters, governance, and compliance as well as assists other ABI Directors and Project Managers on various matters.

For full details, download the job description.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@atlbeltline.org by August 3, 2018.

Agenda January 10, 20182018 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Minutes October 8, 20142014 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing Q2 2017

In this public meeting, Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. (ABI) and the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership will be providing project updates including a brief introduction to the Atlanta BeltLine. Following these updates, staff will be available to answer project specific questions in an open house format. We hope you can join us for this conversation.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Agenda Executive Committee – November 12, 20142014 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Redevelopment Plan Exhibit AFoundational StudiesPDF
Atlanta BeltLine TypologiesProject Goal: TrailsPDF
Homeowner Resources Guide

The purpose of this guide is to make individuals aware of the resources available to help them remain in their homes. The guide provides a list of organizations and programs that can help, including contact information and details on how to qualify for and obtain assistance. The guide is organized by the type of assistance offered.

Homeowner Resources, Project Goal: Affordable HousingPDF
Minutes January 10, 20182018 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Agenda February 14, 20182018 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Minutes Executive Committee – November 12, 20142014 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Agenda December 10, 20142014 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Redevelopment Plan Exhibit BFoundational StudiesPDF
Meetings February 14, 20182018 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
SSP Tech Memo 2a: Market Impact

Atlanta BeltLine /Atlanta Streetcar System Plan Technical Memorandum 2a: Market Impact of the Connect Atlanta Plan Transit Projects on the Atlanta BeltLine and Central City

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Agenda March 14, 20182018 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Minutes December 10, 20142014 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2013 Q1

The first Quarterly Briefing of 2013 contained many exciting updates regarding construction and design of the Eastside Trail, the southwest corridor, the gateway connection to Historic Fourth Ward Park, the section of the Eastside Trail through Reynoldstown, the Implementation Plan, and affordable housing. The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership highlighted their many volunteer, fundraising, and outreach programs. The featured speaker was Greg Levine from Trees Atlanta who spoke about the Atlanta BeltLine Arboretum and the meadow planting on the Eastside Trail.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Redevelopment Plan Exhibit CFoundational StudiesPDF
SSP Tech Memo 2b: TAD Revenue Forecast

Atlanta BeltLine /Atlanta Streetcar System Plan Technical Memorandum 2b: TAD Revenue Forecast

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Minutes March 14, 20182018 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of Directors
SSP Tech Memo 3: Ridership Modeling

Atlanta BeltLine /Atlanta Streetcar System Plan Technical Memorandum 3: Ridership Modeling Analysis and Results

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Inc.’s Public Art Program – Policy

This document is the first-ever comprehensive cultural plan for Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. and is intended to serve as a roadmap to a more inclusive, equitable, and resilient cultural ecosystem. Its strategies support arts and culture around the corridor and delineate roles for Atlanta BeltLine stakeholders at all levels.

Art on the Atlanta BeltLinePDF
Atlanta Streetcar North Avenue Luckie Crosstown

Image of the North Avenue/Luckie Street line connects Atlanta BeltLine East and Atlanta BeltLine West across town.

Project Goal: TransitPDF
SSP Tech Memo 4: Environmental Justice

Atlanta BeltLine /Atlanta Streetcar System Plan Technical Memorandum 4: Environmental Justice Analysis

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Agenda May 9, 20182018 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine East Transit Alignments Map

Atlanta BeltLine East encompasses the corridor from Montgomery Ferry to Glenwood Avenue. Particular areas of study include navigation around Hulsey Yard, connectivity to MARTA, and connection to the Atlanta Streetcar.

Project Goal: TransitMap, PDF
SSP Tech Memo 5: Operations and Maintenance

Atlanta BeltLine /Atlanta Streetcar System Plan Technical Memorandum 5: Operations and Maintenance Analysis

Project Goal: TransitPDF
The Atlanta BeltLine West Transit

The Atlanta BeltLine West encompasses the corridor from University Avenue to Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway.

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Minutes May 9, 20182018 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
SSP Tech Memo 6: Conceptual Design Drawings

Atlanta BeltLine /Atlanta Streetcar System Plan Technical Memorandum 6: Conceptual Design Drawings

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Lantern Parade Sponsor Packet

Join the largest temporary public art exhibition in the south as your company aligns with one of the largest, most wide-ranging urban redevelopment programs in the country that connects 45 neighborhoods — the Atlanta BeltLine.

Art on the Atlanta BeltLinePDF
Minutes July 27, 2018 (Special Call)2018 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing Q4 2015 – FAQs

Questions & answers submitted during the fourth quarterly briefing of 2015.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Art & Culture Strategic Implementation Plan (SIP)

The Art & Culture Strategic Implementation Plan (SIP) moves beyond the Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition to support strong, livable communities and increased creative activities along the Atlanta BeltLine. The purpose of the plan is to utilize the unique transformative potential of the Atlanta BeltLine to improve neighborhood connectivity and access to cultural amenities.

Art on the Atlanta BeltLinePDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing Q1 2014

This presentation featured the newly adopted 2030 Strategic Implementation Plan following updates from Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. and The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Agenda August 8, 20182018 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
March 2013

Volume 6 // Issue 1 – In this issue: Eastside Trail Grass Planting // Southwest Connector Trail // Edgewood Avenue Bridge Replacement // Bicycle Improvements // Adopter Spotlight // Earth Day 2013 // Call for Artists // Northside 5k // Trail Etiquette // Walking Tours

Communications, NewsletterPDF
2013 Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Annual Report

ABI Annual Reports, Annual ReportsPDF
Southwest Study Group: Subarea 1 Proactive Rezoning

Southwest Study Group: Subarea 1 Proactive Rezoning Presentation-February 25, 2016.

Community EngagementPDF
Minutes August 8, 20182018 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
ABLP Director of Development
Southeast Corridor Design

Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. and Perkins+Will architecture firm presented the southeast corridor design concepts on August 15, 2013. You can also view renderings of the overall design, a section near University Avenue and a section near D. H. Stanton Park.

Community Engagement, Corridor DesignPDF
Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar East & Crosstown Connections Transit Environmental Assessment Study Group Presentation

Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar East & Crosstown Connections Transit Environmental Assessment Study Group Presentation presented on April 17, 2014

Community EngagementPDF
2019 DRC Meeting Schedule

The DRC meetings are held the third Wednesday of each month beginning at 5pm at the Atlanta BeltLine Inc. office. Download applicant schedule.

Design Review CommitteePDF
Minutes October 10, 20182018 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Mixed Income Transit Oriented Development Strategy

ABI, BAHAB, Enterprise Community Partners, and Bleakly Advisory Group, Inc. together developed a series of recommendations to implement Mixed Income Transit Oriented Development. Download the presentation given to Atlanta City Council in March 2013.

Project Goal: Affordable HousingPDF
Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Affordable Housing Working Group Final Report – August 2018

Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. convened a panel of housing experts from public, private, and nonprofit sectors to make key recommendations to support ABI in reaching its goals to create and preserve affordable housing around the Atlanta BeltLine, while supporting the City’s One Atlanta vision and other City design and community frameworks.

Project Goal: Affordable HousingPDF
2015 Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Annual Report

ABI Annual Reports, Annual ReportsPDF
SSP Tech Memo 1: Planning Process and Phasing Methodology and Results

Atlanta BeltLine /Atlanta Streetcar System Plan Technical Memorandum 1: Planning Process and Phasing Methodology and Results. This document is 255 MB, so please be prepared for a large download.

2012 Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Annual Report

ABI Annual Reports, Annual ReportsPDF
Environmental Assessments for Transit

This map shows the Environmental Assessment corridors for transit along the east and west sides of the Atlanta BeltLine. Published in March 2014.

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Agenda January 11, 20172017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing Q2 2014

The second quarterly briefing of 2014 focused on the progress of the Urban Agriculture site, the North Avenue plaza, the renovation of the Langford Park rec center, and updates on trail construction, including the Eastside Trail Gateway, and the construction of the Westside Trail and southern extension of the Eastside Trail beginning this fall. Also covered was the Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar System plan and the status of transit work on the Atlanta BeltLine. Updates on streetscapes and Art on the Atlanta BeltLine were provided. The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership provided an update on the capital campaign, health activities including free fitness activities, Play Day on the Atlanta BeltLine, and the Running Series. Tours, workforce development, volunteer opportunities, and membership were also covered.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Northeast + Southeast Study Group: Project Updates

Northeast  + Southeast Study Groups: Eastside Trail extension updates, conceptual designs for the Reynoldstown Stage and the conceptual design process for Bill Kennedy Way-April 11, 2016.

Community EngagementPDF
Minutes January 11, 20172017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Community Survey Key Findings

Review survey key findings and ABI’s activities underway.

Community Engagement, Project Goal: JobsPDF
For Jan 11 Meeting – November 2016 Financial Reports2017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Southwest Corridor Design PresentationCorridor DesignPDF
For Jan 11 Meeting – Draft Audit Results Presentation2017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Survey Insights Report

Read full Atlanta BeltLine Survey Insights Report: July 30, 2018,

Community EngagementPDF
Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar East & Crosstown Connections Transit Environmental Assessment Study Group Kick-Off FAQ’s

Frequently asked questions regarding the Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar East & Crosstown Connections Transit Environmental Assessment from April and May of 2014 study group meetings as a supplement to the public presentation.

Community EngagementPDF
Southwest Study Group: Subarea 1 Proactive Rezoning

Southwest Study Group: Subarea 1 Proactive Rezoning Presentation-March 29, 2016.

Community EngagementPDF
Project Overview Map

This brochure is 8 pages and contains a FULL MAP of the Atlanta BeltLine and a breakdown of the loop by segments. (Published in 2019)

About the Project, Communications, Project OverviewMap, PDF
Agenda Executive Committee – February 8, 20172017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Proactive Rezoning and Transit Oriented Development: Citywide Conversation

Presentation given at Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.’s Citywide Conversation on May 21, 2013. This segment of the presentation was given by guest speaker John Maximuk, Director of Livable Ccommunities Coalition.

Community EngagementPDF
Proactive Rezoning and Transit Oriented Development: Citywide Conversation

Presentation given at Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.’s Citywide Conversation on May 21, 2013. This segment of the presentation was given by Jonathan Lewis with the City of Atlanta’s Department of Planning and Community Development.

Community EngagementPDF
Adopt the BeltLine Sponsor Packet

Our environmental stewardship program depends on the enthusiasm of volunteers, community groups and businesses to improve the appearance, accessibility, and safety of the BeltLine corridor by picking up litter, maintaining greenspace through weeding and invasive plant removal; and more. Sponsors are needed to support management and tool needs. Learn more about the program.

Corporate SponsorshipPDF
Agenda March 8, 20172017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Subarea 05: Master Plan

Subarea 5 includes all properties that are within a one-half mile buffer on either side of the Atlanta BeltLine between Ponce de Leon Avenue to the north and DeKalb Avenue to the south.

Sub Area Master PlansPDF
Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar East & Crosstown Connections Transit Environmental Assessment Community Engagement Spring Summer Schedule

Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar East & Crosstown Connections Transit Environmental Assessment Community Engagement Spring & Summer Schedule for Transit Environmental Assessment Update

 

Community EngagementPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2013 Q2

The second Quarterly Briefing of 2013 covered corridor design in the southwest and southeast; Edgewood Avenue bridge and Eastside Trail extension progress; a transit update; the new affordable housing website; an update from the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership; and more. The featured speaker was Lt. Jeff Baxter of the Atlanta Police Department who discussed the Path Force that will be dedicated to public safety along the Atlanta BeltLine.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
2013 TADAC Annual Report

Annual Report, year ending 2013. Presented April 29, 2014 at the Villages at Carver Family YMCA. Highlights include: Training Task Force, TADAC in transition, Equitable Development Assessment.

TADACPDF
Subarea 04: Master Plan

Subarea 4 is located in the southeastern portion of Atlanta BeltLine, east of I-75/I-85 and bisected by I-20. It is bounded by DeKalb Avenue to the north, Moreland Avenue to the east, and Berne Street to the south.

Sub Area Master PlansPDF
Minutes March 8, 20172017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing Q2 2018

The Atlanta BeltLine’s second Quarterly Briefing (QB) of 2018 drew a crowd of more than 300 people to Friendship Baptist Church in what was the largest QB in Atlanta BeltLine history. The meeting included updates on the programs and progress of the comprehensive project. The main event of the evening, however, was a moderated panel discussion about equity featuring Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms. Click this link to watch the whole event, and view the project update video here.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar East & Crosstown Connections Transit Route Options and MARTA Connectivity Assessment Presentation

Citywide Conversation: Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar East & Crosstown Connections Transit Route Options and MARTA Connectivity Assessment Presentation-June 17, 2014

Community EngagementPDF
BeltLine Citizen Participation Framework Chart

The Atlanta BeltLine’s initial Five Year Work Plan included a legislatively mandated Citizen Participation Framework (later renamed the Community Engagement Framework).

TADACPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing Q3 2018

The third Quarterly Briefing of 2018 was held at Park Tavern and featured a presentation on the ninth annual Art on the Atlanta BeltLine exhibition. A project update video provided the latest on Atlanta BeltLine programs and projects. You can view that video here. Click this link to watch the whole Quarterly Briefing as archived on Facebook Live.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Strategic Implementation Plan

Similar to the 2005 Atlanta BeltLine Redevelopment Plan and the original Plan of Work for 2006-2010 Budget (Five Year Work Plan), the Atlanta BeltLine’s 2030 Strategic Implementation Plan (SIP) presents a framework to complete the short- and long-term elements of the Atlanta BeltLine program. Adopted in 2013, this document lays out a flexible strategy that will continue to be updated over the life of the program, bringing the full Atlanta BeltLine vision to fruition.

Project Goal: Affordable Housing, Project Goal: Economic Development, Project Goal: Environmental Clean-up, Project Goal: Jobs, Project Goal: Parks, Project Goal: Public Art, Project Goal: Streetscapes, Project Goal: Trails, Project Goal: Transit, TADACPDF
Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar East & Crosstown Connections Transit Route Options Maps

Citywide Conversation: Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar East & Crosstown Connections Transit Route Options maps-June 17, 2014

Community EngagementPDF
Agenda Executive Committee April 12, 20172017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Affordable Housing Working Group Report

Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. convened a panel of housing experts from public, private, and nonprofit sectors to make key recommendations to support ABI in reaching its goals to create and preserve affordable housing around the Atlanta BeltLine, while supporting the City’s One Atlanta vision and other City design and community frameworks.

Project Goal: Affordable HousingPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Affordable Housing Advisory Board

The Atlanta BeltLine Affordable Housing Advisory Board (BAHAB) was created through the City legislation in 2007. Its primary function is to advise on the administration and execution of the BeltLine Affordable Housing Trust Fund.

Project Goal: Affordable HousingPage on beltline.org
Northeast + Southeast Study Group: Eastside Trail Extension & Bill Kennedy Way Design

Northeast + Southeast Study Group: Bill Kennedy Way Design-May 10, 2016.

Community EngagementPDF
Agenda May 10, 20172017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Redevelopment Plan

Completed in 2005, the Atlanta BeltLine Redevelopment Plan includes the initial proposal to combine greenspace, trails, transit, and new development along 22 miles of historic rail segments that encircle Atlanta’s urban core. The plan provided a framework for moving the project forward by outlining the major public infrastructure projects that comprise the project, identifying the type and scope of development that would be consistent with good planning practices, and by determining the boundaries of a Tax Allocation District to successfully provide a primary local funding source for the project.

Project Goal: Affordable HousingPDF
Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar East & Crosstown Connections Transit Study Group Round 2 July-August 2014

Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar East & Crosstown Connections Transit Study Group Presentation: Round #2 July-August 2014

Community EngagementPDF
Sample Resource

Description.

Get Connected Brochure

Discover the myriad of ways YOU can get involved in the Atlanta BeltLine! This handy guide breaks down how you can learn more, engage with the program, volunteer, and donate. Folded Size: 8.5″ x 11″ // Flat Size: 25.5″ x 11″ // 4-color Process // Double-sided // White Gloss Stock

Get Involved, VolunteerPDF
Download BeltLine University ApplicationBeltLine UniversityPDF
2018 Atlanta BeltLine Partnership Annual Report

ABP Annual Reports, Annual ReportsPDF
Minutes May 10, 20172017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Download DRC 2018 Meeting Schedule
Agenda June 14, 20172017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Adopt-the-BeltLine Segment Map

Segment locations for the Adopt-the-BeltLine program. Download map to view locations.

Adopt the BeltLineMap, PDF
Minutes June 14, 20172017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Transit Alignment Map

JPG image of transit and trail alignment as determined by the Environmental Impact Statement in fall 2012.

Project Goal: TransitMap, PDF
Atlanta BeltLine Partnership FY18 Audited Financials Final

Audited financials report for Atlanta BeltLine Partnership.

ABP Financials, FinancialsPDF
Agenda August 15, 2017 (Special Call)2017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Spring 2016

Volume 9 // Issue 1 – In this issue: Special edition: Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.’s 2015 annual report at a glance

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Partnership 2017 Tax Return Final

Atlanta BeltLine Partnership Final Tax return for 2017.

ABP Financials, FinancialsPDF
Summer 2017

Volume 11 // Issue 2 – In this issue: Westside Trail // Affordability and Housing // Videos // CEO Corner // Eastside Trail Extension // Urban Farm // Southside Trail // Washington Park Jamboree // Remembrance // Supplier Open House

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Minutes August 15, 2017 (Special Call)2017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
2016 Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Audited FinancialsABI FinancialsPDF
Winter 2015

Volume 8 // Issue 4 – In this issue: Westside Trail Progress // Reynoldstown Stage // Arthur Langford Park // CEO Corner // Eastside 10k

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Agenda August 23, 2017 (Special Call)2017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
June 2013

Volume 6 // Issue 2 – In this issue: Corridor Design // Summertime // Edgewood Avenue Businesses Open // Earth Day // Transit Update // Adopter Spotlight // Public Safety // Atlanta BeltLine Running Series // Eastside Trail Extension // Southwest Connector Trail

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Racial Equity Action Plan

Racial equity action plan for the Atlanta BeltLine.

Equity & InclusionPDF
Subarea 03: Master Plan

Subarea 3 includes Boulevard, McDonough, Atlanta, Cherokee, Englewood, and Hill Street and encompasses Grant Park, Chosewood Park, and the new Boulevard Crossing Park.

Sub Area Master PlansPDF
2017 Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Audited FinancialsABI FinancialsPDF
Proactive Rezoning and Transit-Oriented Design: Southeast SubArea 3

Information packet including a schedule of our outreach efforts in the southeast area, a proposed future land use map, brief Atlanta BeltLine rezoning background, recommended conditions for rezoning, and maps of affected areas within subarea 3.

Community EngagementPDF
Westside + Southwest Study Group: Construction Update and Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive Closure

Westside + Southwest Study Group: Construction Update and Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive Closure-June 2, 2016

Community EngagementPDF
Minutes August 23, 2017 (Special Call)2017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Subarea 01: Master Plan

Subarea 1 includes land along the southwestern segment of the Atlanta BeltLine running from I-20 south and southeast to Lee Street.

Sub Area Master PlansPDF
2010 Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Audited FinancialsABI FinancialsPDF
Agenda September 13, 20172017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Subarea 02: Master Plan

The subarea centers on the Atlanta BeltLine between Murphy Avenue and Hill Street. This section runs southwest from Peoplestown through a tunnel near Carver High School and then heads west under I-75/85 to Metropolitan Parkway. At Capitol View and Adair Park, the corridor turns northwest through the Murphy Triangle district. It then passes under MARTA’s north-south rail line into the West End.

Sub Area Master PlansPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing Q2 2016

This public meeting included project updates from Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. and the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership. It also included an open house focused on the design of the Southside Trail which runs from Glenwood Dr. SE to University Ave. SW. The presentation portion of the meeting can be downloaded from the link to the left.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Agenda October 11, 20172017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Subarea 06: Master Plan

Ponce de Leon Avenue creates the southern boundary of subarea 6 while Interstate 85 creates the northern edge. 10th Street and Virginia Avenue are the only significant east-west streets serving the study area, although a very short portion of 14th Street is located on the western edge of the area.

Sub Area Master PlansPDF
Creating Career Pathways for Frontline Health Care Workers

Part of a series of reports and practice briefs on advancing and rewarding the skill and career development of workers providing care and services on the front lines of our health and health care systems by Heather B. Zacker.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
2016 BAHAB Annual Meeting Report

Annual Meeting Report, year ending 2016. Highlights include: BAHAB responsibilities, structure, appointed bodies and more.

BAHABPDF
Subarea 07: Master Plan

The Atlanta BeltLine Study Area for Subarea 7 extends from Northside Drive on the west, Piedmont Road on the east, I-85 and I-75 on the south and the Lindbergh Drive/Lindbergh Station Area to the north.

Sub Area Master PlansPDF
Workforce Partnership Guidance Tool

Learn about the Workforce Partnership Guidance Tool by the The National Fund for Workforce Solutions. This tool is designed to assist both regional funding collaboratives and the workforce partnerships they support. When a collaborative understands what constitutes a productive and well-functioning workforce partnership, it can communicate clearly to the partnerships what it expects of them. When a workforce partnership understands the collaborative’s expectations, it has a better idea how to organize and support all of the necessary components of its work.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Old Fourth Ward Fall Festival Sponsor Packet

Built around the enormously popular Lantern Parade, this festival features some of Atlanta’s best food trucks, live music, & activities in a family-oriented environment. The Parade passes alongside the field making it a great space for viewing.

Corporate SponsorshipPDF
Minutes October 11, 20172017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Agenda November 8, 2017 (Special Call)2017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Creating Opportunities in Health Care: The Community College Role in Workforce Partnerships

Learn how the nation’s 1,200 community colleges are well positioned to strengthen the workforce of one of America’s most critical sectors—health care. They can provide training and credentialing for incumbent workers in health care and to prepare new workers to succeed in and meet the workforce demands for this sector —expanding individual opportunity and economic vitality by Radha Roy Biswas, with Jeremy Kelley, April 2011.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Southwest Study Group: Proactive Rezoning

The City of Atlanta’s Department of Planning and Community Development, along with Atlanta BeltLine, Inc., is proactively rezoning key redevelopment areas in support of transit-oriented development. This incorporates zoning recommendations from the Subarea Master Plans to implement pedestrian and bicycle-friendly urban infill around the planned transit investment.

The presentation focuses on the proactive rezoning plan for Subarea 1, which includes West End, Westview, Bush Mountain, Cascade Avenue/Road, Oakland City, Mechanicsville, Pittsburgh, and Adair Park neighborhoods and NPUs I, S, T and V.

Community EngagementPDF
Subarea 09: Master Plan

This area is currently located to the northeast of the decommissioned Bellwood Quarry with one abandoned building located off Rockdale Road.

Sub Area Master PlansPDF
2009 Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Audited FinancialsABI FinancialsPDF
CareerSTAT: A Guide to Making the Case for Investing in the Frontline Hospital Workforce

This guidebook was prepared for CareerSTAT, an employer-based project to make the case for
developing frontline hospital workers by Randall Wilson and Robert Holm, April 2012. It documents effective practices in leading hospitals around the United States, drawing on interviews with senior managers and executives. It presents the arguments that managers themselves make for investing in the training and education of less-skilled workers, along with the types of evidence and metrics that managers and senior decision makers find most persuasive.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Founders Circle Overview

Review Founders Circle Major Gifts Society program benefits and details.

Get Involved, Supporters Program
Subarea 10: Master Plan

Subarea 10 is located along the west side of the Atlanta BeltLine, due west of Downtown Atlanta. It is bounded by Donald L. Hollowell Parkway on the north, I-20 on the south, Joseph E. Lowery Boulevard on the east (approx) and Chappell Road on the west (approx).

Sub Area Master PlansPDF
Summer 2016

Volume 9 // Issue 2 – In this issue: Westside Trail Progress // Downpayment Assistance // Urban Farm // Business on the Atlanta BeltLine // 10-Year Timeline // Mobile Medics // Arboretum // Pittsburgh Rise // ABI Staff News

Communications, NewsletterPDF
2010 Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Audited Financials
Meetings November 8, 2017 (Special Call)2017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Proactive Rezoning and Transit-Oriented Design: Northeast SubArea 5

nformation packet including a schedule of our outreach efforts in the northeast area, a proposed future land use map, brief Atlanta BeltLine rezoning background, recommended conditions for rezoning, and maps of affected areas within subarea 5.

Community EngagementPDF
2011 Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Audited FinancialsABI FinancialsPDF
Download Supporter Donation Brochure
Download Free Fitness Class Schedule

Download our fitness class schedule brochure to learn about the range of free programs we offer for every level of fitness. They are fun and easy to join!

Fitness ClassesPDF
Agenda December 13, 20172017 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
2012 Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Audited FinancialsABI FinancialsPDF
2013 Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Audited FinancialsABI FinancialsPDF
Agenda January 13, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
2014 Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Audited FinancialsABI FinancialsPDF
2015 Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Audited FinancialsABI FinancialsPDF
Minutes January 13, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Southeast + Southwest Study Group: Southside Trail Design

Southeast + Southwest Study Group: Southside Trail Design-7.12.16

Community EngagementPDF
Agenda Executive Committee – February 10, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2013 Q3

The third Quarterly Briefing of 2013 covered parks and trails updates; recent funding updates; transit & transportation updates; project & design updates; Art on the Atlanta BeltLine; an update from Atlanta BeltLine Partnership; and more. The featured speaker was Paul Morris, President and CEO of Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
Design Review Committee Resolution Adoption

The Design Review Committee was adopted by the Atlanta City Council on March 15, 2015 to assist the City of Atlanta’s Office of Planning and Community Development in guiding development around the Atlanta BeltLine according to the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea Master Plans.

Design Review CommitteePDF
2018 TADAC Annual Report

Annual report, year ending 2018 including Strategic Implementation Plan Period 1 Performance Report Presented May 2, 2019.

Community Engagement, TADAC
Minutes Executive Committee – February 10, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
TIGER V Grant Award

The City of Atlanta was awarded TIGER V funding for the Atlanta BeltLine for 2.5 miles of shared-use trails, trailheads and access points, and preservation of future streetcar transit corridor in southwest Atlanta.  This is the presentation given at Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.’s Citywide Conversation on October 3, 2013 at Washington High School.

Community EngagementPDF
2014 TADAC Annual Report

Annual Report, year ending 2014. Highlights include: TADAC Achievements, challenges, performance assessments.

TADACPDF
2018 Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Annual Report

ABI Annual Reports, Annual ReportsPDF
Agenda March 9, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
BeltLine Citizen Participation Framework Enabling Legislation

In 2006, the Atlanta City Council adopted legislation approving the outline for the BeltLine Citizen Participation Framework (later renamed the Community Engagement Framework). The legislation establishes the five required components, to include: a Tax Allocation District Advisory Committee and Affordable Housing Advisory Board; a community representative on the ABI Board of Directors; a community engagement advocate on staff; formal community reporting; and the creation of a structure or framework in which to engage the community in the Atlanta BeltLine planning area.The legislation also provides more specific descriptions for each component.

TADACPDF
Proactive Rezoning and Transit-Oriented Design: Westside SubArea 9

Information packet including a schedule of our outreach efforts in the southeast area, a proposed future land use map, brief Atlanta BeltLine rezoning background, recommended conditions for rezoning, and maps of affected areas within subarea 9.

Community EngagementPDF
Redevelopment Area and Tax Allocation District Creation Legislation

Adopted in 2005, the Atlanta BeltLine Redevelopment Plan and creation of the BeltLine Tax Allocation District (BeltLine TAD) was deemed necessary to “assure that the City of Atlanta maintains its historical position as the commercial center of the region and provides an alternative to the continued sprawling patterns of development in the region.” The BeltLine TAD will continue through 2030, and will help improve economic and social conditions in the Atlanta BeltLine corridor, benefit underutilized and economically and socially depressed urban areas, and promote development and transit opportunities in the corridor.

TADACPDF
Minutes March 9, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of Directors
Agenda Executive Committee – April 13, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Redevelopment Plan

The Atlanta BeltLine is one of those rare projects that has the extraordinary potential to transform the City of Atlanta. By creating and enhancing greenspace, trails, transit, and new development along 22 miles of historic rail segments, this revived industrial landscape can become the solution to our scattered pattern of growth, and the framework for a truly sustainable Atlanta.

BAHAB, Foundational Studies, TADACPDF
TADAC Bylaws

The Atlanta BeltLine Tax Allocation District Advisory Committee (TADAC) was approved by the Atlanta City Council in 2004. A subsequent vote in 2006 established the framework for the TADAC, and in 2007, TADAC Bylaws were adopted to establish the structure, purpose, and requirements for the organization.

TADACPDF
Minutes Executive Committee – April 13, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing Q3 2014

The third quarterly briefing provided program updates and a special presentation celebrating Art of the Atlanta BeltLine, year five.  It was followed by an open house session to allow for attendees to learn more about transit, parks, trails, affordable housing, economic development, public art and brownfield remediation.

Community Engagement, Meetings, Quarterly BriefingsPDF
TADAC Enabling Legislation

The Atlanta City Council voted in 2004 to create the Atlanta BeltLine Tax Allocation District (TAD) to help fund the Atlanta BeltLine. The substitute legislation in 2006 outlines the requirements for TADAC membership and representation, and establishes the rules for structure, governance, reporting, and auditing.

TADACPDF
Atlanta BeltLine East & Crosstown Connections Transit Route Options and MARTA Connectivity Formal Environmental Assessment Presentation

Citywide Conversation: Atlanta BeltLine East & Crosstown Connections Transit Route Options and MARTA Connectivity Formal Environmental Assessment Presentation-August 21, 2014

Community EngagementPDF
Community Benefits Agreement

The Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) Guiding Principles are a broad set of rules developed to encourage, influence, and support the provision of community benefits. They were developed with input from the study group community and refined by a community-led working group, our TAD Advisory Committee, and a developer focus group. The CBA ensures that development on the Atlanta BeltLine is equitable and benefits all members of the community, contributes to a stronger local economy, and promotes increased public participation in the planning process.

TADACPDF
BeltLine Equitable Development Plan

Successfully creating a vibrant sense of place requires that the newly created environment positively benefits the people living there, including both existing and new residents. The BeltLine Equitable Development Plan seeks to ensure geographic balance through equitable investment in all communities along the corridor, preserve single family neighborhoods, as well as cultural and historic qualities, minimize involuntary economic displacement through tax policies and affordble housing initiatives, and create long-term employment and small business opportunities.

Equity & Inclusion, TADACPDF
Agenda May 11, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar East & Crosstown Connections Transit Route Options and MARTA Connectivity Supporting Maps

Citywide Conversation: Atlanta BeltLine/Atlanta Streetcar East & Crosstown Connections Transit Route Options and MARTA Connectivity Formal Environmental Assessment Supporting Maps-August 21, 2014

Community EngagementPDF
BeltLine Overlay Legislation

In 2007, the Atlanta BetLine Overlay District was created to establish a zoning district superimposed on the existing underlying zoning district, but having validity in governing the use of the property. The regulations establish a set of criteria relating to certain characteristics for development opportunities in the Atlanta Beltline planning area. The regulations address site limitations, streetscapes, relationship of building to street, loading areas, lighting, fencings, vehicular and bike parking, etc.

TADACPDF
Minutes May 11, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Agenda Executive Committee – June 8, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Southwest Trail Property Owners Meeting

Presentation given at Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.’s Property Owner Open House on December 3, 2013.  

Community EngagementPDF
2015 TADAC Annual Report

Annual Report, year ending 2015. Presented March 22, 2016. Highlights include: TADAC performance dashboard, creation of a template to improve community outreach, updated numbers on economic development and affordable housing.

TADACPDF
Minutes Executive Committee – June 8, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Agenda August 10, 20162016 Agenda and Minutes, ABI Board of DirectorsPDF
Presentation: TIS NE Study Group, February 9, 2012

Transit Implementation Strategy Northeast Study Group Meeting, held February 9, 2012

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Presentation: TIS / Atlanta Streetcar Committee Meeting, September 23, 2011

Atlanta Streetcar / BeltLine Transit Implementation Strategy Stakeholder Advisory Committee / Technical Advisory Committee Meeting, held September 23, 2011

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Presentation: TIS Citywide Conversation, June 30, 2011

Atlanta BeltLine Transit Implementation Strategy Citywide Conversation, held June 30, 2011

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Presentation: TIS Stakeholder Advisory Committee Meeting, June 21, 2011

Atlanta BeltLine Transit Implementation Strategy Stakeholder Advisory Committee Meeting, June 21, 2011

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Presentation: TIS Study Group, March 7, 2011

Transit Implementation Strategy Study Group, held March 7, 2011

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Presentation: TIS Citywide Briefing, February 27, 2011

Transit Implementation Strategy Citywide Briefing, held on February 27, 2011

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Presentation: TIS Quarterly Briefing, December 14, 2010

Transportation Implementation Strategy Quarterly Briefing, held on December 14, 2010

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Presentation: TIS Atlanta Streetcar Project

Transit Implementation Strategy Atlanta Streetcar Project Presentation for the Atlanta City Council

Project Goal: TransitPDF
TIA FAQs

2 page PDF by the Metro Atlanta Voter Education Network that covers the most frequently asked questions about the TIA.

Project Goal: TransitPDF
TIA 101

4 page PDF by the Metro Atlanta Voter Education Network that covers the basics about the TIA.

Project Goal: TransitPDF
TIA Economic Impact

2 page PDF summary of the travel economic benefits of the projects within the context of current regional transportation plans. Developed by the Metro Atlanta Voter Education Network.

Project Goal: TransitPDF
TIA Final Projects List

Transportation Investment Act Final Report PDF, which includes the approved investment list. Prepared by Atlanta Regional Commission in collaboration with the Georgia Department of Transportation.

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Atlanta BeltLine & TIA Presentation

13 page PDF summary of the TIA as it relates to the Atlanta BeltLine. Prepared by Metro Atlanta Voter Education Network.

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Atlanta BeltLine & TIA Presentation

13 page PDF summary of the TIA as it relates to the Atlanta BeltLine. Prepared by Metro Atlanta Voter Education Network.

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Subarea 1 Land Use Map

The recommendations of the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 1 Master Plan in the areas of land use, mobility and parks.

Land Use & Planning Maps, Sub Area Master PlansMap, PDF
Subarea 2 Land Use Map

The recommendations of the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 2 Master Plan in the areas of land use, mobility and parks

Land Use & Planning Maps, Sub Area Master PlansMap, PDF
Subarea 3 Land Use Map

The recommendations of the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 3 Master Plan in the areas of land use, mobility and parks

Land Use & Planning Maps, Sub Area Master PlansMap, PDF
Subarea 4 Land Use Map

The recommendations of the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 4 Master Plan in the areas of land use, mobility and parks

Land Use & Planning Maps, Sub Area Master PlansMap, PDF
Subarea 5 Land Use Map

The recommendations of the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 5 Master Plan in the areas of land use, mobility and parks

 

Land Use & Planning Maps, Sub Area Master PlansMap, PDF
Subarea 7 Land Use Map

The recommendations of the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 7 Master Plan in the areas of land use, mobility and parks

Land Use & Planning Maps, Sub Area Master PlansMap, PDF
Subarea 9 Land Use Map

The recommendations of the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 9 Master Plan in the areas of land use, mobility and parks

Land Use & Planning Maps, Sub Area Master PlansMap, PDF
Subarea 10 Land Use Map

The recommendations of the Atlanta BeltLine Subarea 10 Master Plan in the areas of land use, mobility and parks

Land Use & Planning Maps, Sub Area Master PlansMap, PDF
Development Activity Around the Atlanta BeltLineFor DevelopersMap, PDF
Subarea 9: Park Master Plan – Westside ReservoirProject Goal: ParksPDF
Subarea 2: Park Master Plan – PeoplestownProject Goal: ParksPDF
Subarea 10: Park Master Plan – MaddoxProject Goal: ParksPDF
Subarea 5: Park Master Plan – Historic Fourth WardProject Goal: ParksPDF
Subarea 1: Park Master Plan – EnotaProject Goal: ParksPDF
Subarea 3: Park Master Plan – Boulevard CrossingProject Goal: ParksPDF
Final Environmental Impact Statement

The main body of the FEIS with an Executive Summary

Project Goal: TransitPDF
Final Environmental Impact Statement – Appendices

Appendix A is a Technical Memorandum that supports this main document with technical data and methodologies. Appendix F contains the comments on the DEIS received during the public comment period and the project sponsors’ responses. The remaining Appendices contain supporting information.

Project Goal: TransitPDF
PPI Meeting – November 30, 2011

Program, Policy and Incentives Meeting.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
March 2012

Volume 5 // Issue 1In this issue:
Eastside Trail Update, Historic Fourth Ward Expansion, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, Business Opportunity Forums, Organic Land Care Symposium, Northside 5k Race, Earth Day Clean-Up, New Hires

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Eastside Trail Update

Eastside Corridor construction update presentation from February 9, 2011.

Community EngagementPDF
Eastside Corridor Design UpdateCorridor DesignPDF
December 2011

Volume 4 // Issue 4In this issue: City Transit Initiatives for 2012 Transportation Referendum, Eastside 10k, Two Master Plans Adopted, Party on Ponce, Eastside Trail Construction Update, New Affordable Housing

Communications, NewsletterPDF
September 2011

Volume 4 // Issue 3In this issue: Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, National Center of Civil and Human Rights Partnership, Transit Update, Eastside Trail Construction, Atlanta BeltLine Night at the Braves, Southwest 5K, Boulevard Crossing Park Phase I Fall Opening

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Environmental Impact Study (EIS) – Executive Summary

This Tier 1 Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) examines a proposal to provide both new transit and multi-use trails. Tiering will allow the FTA and MARTA to focus on those decisions that are ready for this level of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) analysis to support future right-of-way (ROW) preservation.

Project Goal: TransitPDF
June 2011

Volume 4 // Issue 2In this issue: Three Atlanta BeltLine Parks Open, Atlanta BeltLine Running Series, Dine Out for Art on the Atlanta BeltLine, Transportation Investment Act (TIA), Volunteers Support the Atlanta BeltLine on Earth Day

Communications, NewsletterPDF
BeltLine Affordable Housing Advisory Board 2010 Annual Briefing

Presentation that outlines BAHAB’s guiding principles, framework, components and target audience. Recaps BAHAB’s work plan and progress in 2010. Highlights accomplishments and future plans.

Project Goal: Affordable HousingPDF
Quarterly Briefing: Corridor DesignCorridor DesignPDF
March 2011

Volume 4 // Issue 1In this issue: Historic Fourth Ward Park Opens, Transit Takes Place, First Annual Organic Land Care Symposium, Trees Atlanta Celebrates Arbor Day Along the Atlanta BeltLine

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Affordable Housing Trust Fund Developer Grants

Application for funding for Multi-Family and Single-Family Developer Grants. Grants are available to Multi-Family Developers from the BeltLine Affordable Housing Trust Fund to finance multifamily developments along the Atlanta BeltLine.

Project Goal: Affordable HousingPDF
Subarea 10: Master Plan Appendices

This document contains all supporting Appendices for the Subarea 10 Master Plan.

Sub Area Master PlansPDF
December 2010

Volume 3 // Issue 4In this issue: Eastside Trail Construction, Kudzu Removal, Environmental Impact Statement, Adopt the Atlanta BeltLine Program, Master Plans Adopted, Staff Promotions

Communications, NewsletterPDF
September 2010

Volume 3 // Issue 3In this issue: Public-Private Partnerships, 5 Million Donation, West End Trail Phase II Opens, Atlanta BeltLine Braves Night, Community Benefits Principles, Construction Progress

Communications, NewsletterPDF
Eastside Corridor Design PresentationCorridor DesignPDF
June 2010

Volume 3 // Issue 2In this issue: Park Groundbreakings, HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan Visits, Art on the Atlanta BeltLine Launches, Tony Hawk Foundation Grants 25K for Skatepark, Custom Curriculum for Eighth Graders

Communications, NewsletterPDF
November 2009

Volume 2 // Issue 4In this issue: Brian Leary Named President & CEO of the Atlanta BeltLine, Inc., Five Projects Under Construction, First Public Art Piece on the Atlanta BeltLine, New Hire

Communications, NewsletterPDF
August 2009

Volume 2 // Issue 3In this issue: 3.5 Additional Corridor Miles Acquired, 2009 Projects, Bond Market Preparation,

Communications, NewsletterPDF
May 2009

Volume 2 // Issue 2 In this issue: Environmental Impact Study, Corridor Renderings, Equitable Development Plans, Transit Update

Communications, NewsletterPDF
February 2009

Volume 2 // Issue 1In this issue: Master Planning, Affordable Housing, Transit Update, New Hires

Communications, NewsletterPDF
October 2008

Volume 1 // Issue 2In this issue: West End Celebration, Southwest 5k, Amendment #2 Vote, Environmental Impact Study Meeting, New Hire

Communications, NewsletterPDF
BeltLine Affordable Housing Advisory Board Affordable Housing Trust Fund Recommendations

BAHAB’s policy recommendations to BAHTF, complete with detailed rationale and supporting appendices.

Project Goal: Affordable HousingPDF
July 2008

Volume 1 // Issue 1In this issue: Progress, Affordable Housing Plans, TAD Bond Validation, West End trail, New Hire

Communications, NewsletterPDF
BeltLine Affordable Housing Advisory Board Statement of Guiding Principles

BAHAB is a citizens advisory board was created by the City of Atlanta in connection with the BeltLine TAD and outlines its guiding principles in this document.

Project Goal: Affordable HousingPDF
Ryan Gravel Thesis Addendum

An addendum to Ryan Gravel’s joint master’s thesis in Architecture and City Planning was published in 2005.

Foundational StudiesPDF
BeltLine Affordable Housing Advisory Board Bylaws

BAHAB is a citizens advisory board was created by the City of Atlanta in connection with the BeltLine TAD and outlines its bylaws in this document.

Project Goal: Affordable HousingPDF
The BeltLine Emerald Necklace Study

The original comprehensive plan for the development of 2,544 written by Alex Garvin & Associates in conjunction with the Trust for Public Land and guided by the BeltLine Greenspace Steering Committee.

Foundational StudiesPDF
Emerald Necklace Study

In 2004, Alex Garvin published “The BeltLine Emerald Necklace: Atlanta’s New Public Realm” outlining a public realm framework around which 21st Century Atlanta will grow and prosper.

Foundational StudiesPDF
Ryan Gravel Thesis

Ryan Gravel’s joint master’s thesis in Architecture and City Planning from Georgia Tech in 1999 was the original vision for the ambitious Atlanta BeltLine.

Foundational StudiesPDF
Marketing Sub-Committee Notes – June 22, 2011

Atlanta BeltLine Employment Advisory Group’s marketing sub-committee notes.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Marketing Sub-Committee – April 11, 2011

Atlanta BeltLine Employment Advisory Group marketing sub-committee notes.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Human Capital Development Minutes – October 31, 2011

Notes include pilot projects, focus groups and other initiatives.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Human Capital Development Minutes – April 21, 2011

Notes on Sub-committee action items.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Partnership Employment Advisory Group Executive Committee

Meeting notes form November 17, 2011 includes an overview of the Employment Advisory Groups work to date and proposed scope for the Executive Committee.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Data Meeting Notes – July 15, 2011

Outline data plan of action.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
The Cathedral Within

Like the cathedral builders of an earlier time, the visionaries described in this memoir share a single desire: to create something that endures. The great cathedrals did not soar skyward because their builders discovered new materials or financial resources; rather, the builders had a unique understanding of the human spirit that enabled them to use those materials in a new way. So, too, have the extraordinary people Bill Shore has met in his travels as one of the nation’s leading social entrepreneurs, a new movement of citizens who are tapping the vast resources of the private sector to improve public life.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Guide to State and Local Workforce Data

Workforce data for analysis and informed decision making.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Equitable Development Plan 2

BeltLine Tax Allocation Advisory Committee’s plan for equitable development.

Equity & Inclusion, Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Collective Impact

Article discusses the conditions of collective success.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Socio-economic Trends Along the Atlanta BeltLine

Presentation by Mike Carnathan (Atlanta Regional Commission) from July 26, 2011 meeting showing demographic and employment data from around the Atlanta BeltLine.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Presentation from Emory MBA Students – December 12, 2012

Presentation on Closing the Gap: Connecting Through the Atlanta BeltLine.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Hiring Incentives

Presentation by Steven Burgess at July 26, 2011 meeting describing incentives that could be potentially used to encourage local hiring.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Final Report from Emory MBA Students

Final report on how the private sector, workforce development, and community organizations can work together to so that current and future jobs created along the Atlanta BeltLine can be filled by residents who live along the Atlanta BeltLine.

Project Goal: Jobs, Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Executive Summary from Emory MBA Students – December 12, 2012

Executive summary outlining how the private sector, workforce development, and community organizations can work together to “tweak” the existing employment pipeline so that current and future jobs created along the BeltLine can be filled by residents who live along the Atlanta BeltLine. This report proposes a process to achieve this end by connecting employers with employees within the Atlanta BeltLine area.

Project Goal: Jobs, Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Employment Group Overview – July 7, 2011

From July 26, 2011 meeting – visual depiction of employment group goals.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Project Student Scope

Student Project presentation on how to develop a comprehensive strategy and business plan that will attract and meet the needs of current and potential businesses and residents along the BeltLine in order to promote a sustainable live-work-play community.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Employment Advisory Group Meeting Notes – January 30th, 2012

Rob Brawner of the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership began the meeting by sharing a draft model of the work that the group has been engaged in and will need to be engaged in moving forward (see attached); the model, while preliminary, should provide the group with a framework to understand the connections between the range of efforts by various committees, staff and other partners.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Partnership Employment Advisory Group Meeting Notes – July 26, 2011

The meeting was focused on updates and next steps from three of the five standing committees who had met in June: Data, Policy/Program and Marketing.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Employment Advisory Group Meeting – May 4, 2011

The Employment Advisory Group hopes to coordinate with related initiatives around the city. With this in mind, ABI was asked to give a presentation on its Equitable Development Plan with an eye towards identifying key goals, metrics and timelines that the Advisory group should try to align with.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Employment Advisory Group Meeting – March 7, 2011

The overarching task of the meeting was to develop a framework for taking the work of the Atlanta BeltLine Employment Advisory Group (ABEAG) from theory to action.

Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Partnership Employment Advisory Group Meeting Notes – December 13, 2010

Emory MBA students present their research to the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership on workforce development efforts, particularly those efforts focused on particular places as well as populations and sectors. In addition the students interviewed key private sector employers around the Atlanta BeltLine to investigate how businesses currently “source” talent to fill jobs, as well as identifying potential challenges for local business to create pipelines from Atlanta BeltLine neighborhoods.

Project Goal: Jobs, Workforce PartnershipsPDF
Atlanta BeltLine Partnership Employment Advisory Group Meeting Notes – September 20, 2010

The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership convened a group of critical stakeholders to develop a set of strategies to link residents of Atlanta BeltLine neighborhoods with existing and future jobs around the Atlanta BeltLine.

Project Goal: Jobs, Workforce PartnershipsPDF
West Connection

The West Connection natural neighborhood is situated near numerous colleges, universities and schools—Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse, Morris Brown, Spellman and Washington High School—that make this area special to Atlanta. It is a core center of connection for Atlanta’s citizens to the important teaching and research efforts of these institutions. Neighborhoods in the West Connection area include Hunter Hills, Washington Park, Mozley Park, Westview, West End, Ashview Heights and Harris Chiles.

Walking TourPDF
Water Works

The Water Works natural neighborhood includes the areas of Underwood Hills, Loring Heights, Home Park and Bland Town. Trees in this natural neighborhood feature plants of exotic shapes and textures that revolve around the theme of “water play.” Many of the plant names suggest a whimsical association with water: Water Oak, Umbrella Magnolia, Golden Raintree, Corkscrew Willow, Devils Walking Stick and Monkey Puzzle Tree.

Walking TourPDF
Warehouse Row

The Warehouse Row natural neighborhood is a narrow right-of-way segment between rows of warehouses and the stretch of trail that follows the road. Neighborhoods in the Warehouse Row area include Westview, Cascade Road, Oakland City and West End. Trees in this neighborhood will have high visual impact that can be appreciated while traveling faster than walking speed. This landscape of motion also features ancient and primitive trees that have existed for a long time.

Walking TourPDF
Urban Forest Corridor

The Urban Forest Corridor natural neighborhood is a celebration of the role that urban trees play in revitalizing neighborhoods and is the home of the Trees Atlanta Kendeda Center. The Urban Forest Corridor highlights urban street trees, the BeltLine Arboretum Nursery and the importance of selecting the “right tree for the right place.” Neighborhoods in this area include Ormewood Park, Grant Park, Glenwood Park, Cabbagetown and Reynoldstown.

Walking TourPDF
The Quarry

The Quarry natural neighborhood includes the Bellwood Quarry, a large granite surface mine, which is the largest proposed addition to the City of Atlanta’s park system. Currently, it is not open to the public and visitors will be considered as trespassing. Plant collections in this natural neighborhood represent the rock outcrop communities of Georgia, particularly species endemic to the southeast piedmont that are found nowhere else in the world. Neighborhoods in this area include Rockdale, Knight Park, Grove Park, Bankhead and English Avenue.

Walking TourPDF
The Gap

Railroads created Atlanta and have transformed the city and its landscape. In an effort to interpret our history, trees in this natural neighborhood represent species used for railroad materials, wood products and wood manufacturing. The Gap natural neighborhood includes Bland Town and Knight Park and is home to the King Plow Center.

Walking TourPDF
Southern Way

The Southern Way natural neighborhood includes many historic resources and includes important Atlanta neighborhoods like Peopletown, Summerhill, Grant Park, Englewood Manor, Chosewood, South Atlanta, Carver Homes, High Point and Joyland. The BeltLine Arboretum in this area focuses on the plants of the Piedmont Uplands which highlight the importance of our own special piedmont region in Georgia.

Walking TourPDF
Piedmont Park

The Piedmont Park natural neighborhood is not only rich with history, but a haven for birds and wildlife. Neighborhoods in this area include Ansley Park, Midtown, Virginia Highland and Morningside/Lenox Park. Trees in this area will complement and be a tribute to the Olmsted brothers’ tradition and design style. You will find beautiful specimens, evergreens, and large stately trees with a powerful presence that create a sense of place.

Walking TourPDF
New South

Perhaps the most historically significant area in Atlanta, the New South natural neighborhood is home of the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical District and Center, the Carter Center, Freedom Parkway, and City Hall East. It includes the neighborhoods of Midtown, Morningside/Lenox Park, St. Charles Greenwood, Poncey Highlands, Bedford Pine, Old Fourth Ward, and Inman Park. Trees planted in the New South will reflect a variety of species, both native and exotic, that are symbolic of the South.

Walking TourPDF
Murphy’s Crossing

The Murphy’s Crossing natural neighborhood plantings build on Atlanta’s regional identity and agriculture heritage. The tree collections are focused on the redevelopment of the farmer’s market heritage site and existing buildings and include representations of orchards, field edges, windbreaks and plantations. Neighborhoods in the Murphy’s Crossing area include Capitol Hill, Capitol View Manor and Adair Park. Because it sits on the Subcontinental Divide, depending on your exact location in Murphy’s Crossing, the water will either flow to the Gulf of Mexico or the Atlantic Ocean.

Walking TourPDF
Hulsey Yard

The Hulsey Yard natural neighborhood is located on the Subcontinental Divide and includes the neighborhoods of Cabbagetown, Reynoldstown, Edgewood and Inman Park. Because it sits on the Subcontinental Divide, depending on your exact location in Hulsey Yard, the water will either flow to the Gulf of Mexico or the Atlantic Ocean. Due to the long history of development and industry on these areas, their landscapes feature tree species that remove soil toxins and add important nitrogen to the soil.

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Entrenchment Creek

The Entrenchment Creek natural neighborhood is defined by the two upstream headwaters of Entrenchment Creek, which eventually flows southeast to the Atlantic coastal plain. Neighborhoods in this area include Grant Park, Ormewood Park and Boulevard Heights. Trees in this neighborhood are typical of coastal plain plant communities found in South Georgia, including evergreens, coastal swamp trees and coastal oaks.

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Confluence

The Confluence natural neighborhood is a haven for wildlife and birds. The area is situated along the forested creek margins of Tanyard, Peachtree and Clear Creeks. Neighborhoods in this area include Collier Hills, Collier Hills North, Channing Valley, Spring Lake, Ardmore Park, Haynes Manor, Peachtree Hills, Garden Hills, Lindbergh and Brookwood Hills. Trees in this neighborhood highlight the importance of wetland, floodplain, and stream edge/riparian species for water quality, flood protection and wildlife habitat.

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Clear Creek

The Clear Creek is a refuge for birds and wildlife. Trees in this natural neighborhood demonstrate the role and importance of plants in managing rainwater in an urban environment. Neighborhoods in this area include Sherwood Forest, Ansley Park and Piedmont Heights. Habitat rich in water gardens and critically-needed restoration work will improve the quality of the Clear Creek-Peachtree Creek-Chattahoochee watershed. Protecting the watershed provides clean water for both people and wildlife.

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Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2012 Q1

The CEO Update for this Briefing focused on the Atlanta BeltLine construction progress to date, complete with a color coded map of trails and parks both completed and in progress. New ABI team members were introduced and updated Master Plans were unveiled. The Eastside Corridor design was shared in detail and an update was provided on the transit implementation strategy.

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Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2011 Q4

The CEO’s report in this Briefing focused on the substantial progress made during the year on all fronts – parks, trails, transit, art and affordable housing. Construction and Affordable Housing updates were provided and new funding led into “What’s Next” – in this case, the announcements of the new Blog and Website coming in 2012!

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Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2011 Q3 (5yr Work Plan)

This exciting Briefing focused on “Reflecting Back and Moving Forward!” We shared the story of the past five years and how we’ve successfully brought this project to life. Reflecting on the principles and priorities of the five year work plan, progress was measured against the goals in the work plan, reflecting real world conditions and challenges. Major goals included: securing the Right-of-Way (ROW), completing critical planning activities early, achieving tangible successes within first five years, striving for geographic balance, ensuring financial feasibility and maintaining strategic reserve for unforeseen opportunities. Financial sources were highlighted, as was park and trail progress, transit progress, affordable housing progress, community involvement, public art and partnerships .

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Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2011 Q2

This Briefing covered our ABI CEO’s Update and included a great community engagement update including upcoming opportunities and events. The Design & Construction Update featured Eastside Trail’s progress with pictures and an overview update. “Dine out for Art” was celebrated with recap photos and details and transit funding was detailed. Finally the Partnership Update showed improvement and positive response trends!

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Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2011 Q1

In this Briefing, The CEO update covered our “what and where” regarding the Atlanta BeltLine progress. The ABI team was introduced and the first, ever annual report for ABI was shared. We discussed progress and openings for Greenspace & Trails and The Downpayment Assistance Program for the Affordable Housing initiative. The ABI CEO Spotlight was on the Organic Land Care Symposium. Finally upcoming meetings were announced.

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Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2010 Q4

This Briefing covers the high level “what and where” about The BeltLine as an overview item. We shared a greenspace and trails update and discussed our construction update. Highlights of that include status of the following: Eastside Trail, Historic Fourth Ward Park, Skatepark (Cox Parcel), Boulevard Crossing Park, D.H. Stanton Park and the recently Completed West End Trail Phase II (Opened in June). A 2010 partnership year in review was shared highlighting the Atlanta BeltLine Capital Campaign benchmarks. They also addressed social impacts: Atlanta Land Trust Collaborative and connecting residents to employment opportunities. Finally, goals for 2011 were shared: Atlanta BeltLine Racing Series, more openings of parks and trails, fostering healthier communities, and the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership Annual Campaign.

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Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2009 Q4

This Briefing answered some basic community questions including “where is the Atlanta BeltLine?”. It also highlighted key benefits of the project including transit, parks, trails, jobs and economic development and more! Project updates were shared and partnership plan was outlined for 2010.

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Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2010 Q3

The CEO update for this Briefing included federal Eengagement & national outreach initiatives, details about openings & groundbreakings, Art on the BeltLine and Affordable Housing initiatives. The Community Engagement Report covered community benefits guiding principles, timeline and development progress. Community Engagement covered participant and feedback stats and a high level master planning update was provided.

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Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2010 Q2

In this Briefing we covered Master Planning Updates including Subarea Master Plans 1, 4, 8, & 10 conceptual phases. Also shared was a report on evaluation of community participation in the master planning process to date. A Chart of participation in numbers was shared and we discussed how most participants are learning about our meetings and overall outreach. Highest on that list is the e-Newsletter. A feedback graph was also shared, defining from where we have been receiving the most support and or general interest.

Master Plan and construction updates were shared at this stage as well as Art on the BeltLine updates.

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Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2010 Q1

This Briefing kicked off with a Community Engagement Update, and then highlighted community benefits appreciated form the Jobs Program. We shared design and construction update with exciting “before and after” photographs of key portions of the Atlanta BeltLine. Finally, a Public Art update was shared with proposals for art that is to come!

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Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2009 Q3

This Briefing focuses on a planning and progress update. Specifically, Historic Fourth Ward Park, Boulevard Crossing Park, DL Stanton Park, Enota Park, Westside Reservoir
Park – Phase I, Atlanta Memorial Trail, West End Trail – Phase II, and BeltLine Interim Hiking Trails. Also provided was a 2009 BeltLine TAD Bond update.

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Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2009 Q2

This Briefing was focused on our BeltLine Partnership update. Capital Campaigns Raised over $30.3 million from more than 50 donors, $13.2 million was committed for parks and trails and donations can now be made on-line at beltline.org

With regard to Education & Awareness, great strides were made. Over 550 people took BeltLine tours in the first quarter. There were nearly 4,800 participants since April 2007. Over 200 people participated in BeltLine Earth Day cleanup on April 18th. More than 200 people participated in 2nd Annual BeltLine Bike Ride on April 26th. Hundreds attended the Celebrate the BeltLine event on April 27th at the Park Tavern and the Speakers Bureau and staff reached over 200 people through BeltLine presentations.

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Subarea 08: Master Plan

The Atlanta BeltLine Study Area for Subarea 8 extends from I-75 to the north, Home Park, and Georgia Tech to the east, Marietta Street to the south and Marietta Boulevard, to the west.

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Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2009 Q1

In this Briefing, we received an update from Atlanta BeltLine, Inc.’s CEO Update. We also shared a BeltLine Partnership Update, Implementation Activities Update and Affordable Housing Updates.

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Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2008 Q4

In this briefing, we covered how the Atlanta BeltLine is going to facilitate a community engagement process that’s more accessible, predictable, transparent, responsive and engaging!

A Master Planning & adoption process update was also provided.

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Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2008 Q3

In this Briefing, we covered BeltLine Partnership opportunities, BeltLine Affordable Housing guidelines, BeltLine Subarea Master Planning, Environmental Impact Studies and Transit Supportive Density. Mayor Franklin provided comments and we closed with Q&A.

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Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2008 Q2

In this Briefing, a BeltLine Partnership Update was provided, outlining ABI’s focus over the next 60 days including watching court rulings and community feedback plus BeltLine education and awareness and upcoming events.

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Atlanta BeltLine Quarterly Briefing 2008 Q1

In this briefing, you’ll find notes covering key elements of the BeltLine including implementation highlights regarding acquired greenspace, legal rulings that affect the project’s overall success, and design & construction notables.

Also included are the Advisory Committee and Partners reports, and master planning and community engagement updates.

Sections of the BeltLine previously launched as well as those recently scheduled for launch are color coded within this Briefing for easy reference.

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