Access to parks are vital to quality-of-life. Atlanta BeltLine development includes creating or improving 1,300 acres of parks around the corridor. Development of green spaces impact physical health and air quality, include soil remediation and stormwater infrastructure, and encourage recreation and community gathering in public spaces.
Documents Related to Parks
|Enota Park Expansion Plan|
View the Enota Park Expansion Plan presented in January 2019.
|Strategic Implementation Plan (SIP) – TADAC Performance Report 2019|
TADAC’s review of Period 1 of the Strategic Implementation Plan. Presented May 2, 2019.
|Subarea 4: Park Master Plan – Lang Carson Park|
|Subarea 2: Park Master Plan – Perkerson Park|
|Subarea 3: Park Master Plan – Boulevard Crossing|
|Subarea 1: Park Master Plan – Enota|
|Subarea 5: Park Master Plan – Historic Fourth Ward|
|Subarea 10: Park Master Plan – Maddox|
|Subarea 2: Park Master Plan – Peoplestown|
|Subarea 9: Park Master Plan – Westside Reservoir|
|Integrated Action Plan (IAP) 2015|
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.
|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.