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8th Annual Citizen Engagement And Community Day: My City...Your City...Our City

Atlanta Planning Advisory Board

Saturday, October 14, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)

8th Annual Citizen Engagement And Community Day: My...

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Thank you for registering for the Citizens Engagement & Community Day! We look forward to seeing you. Please invite a neighbor to attend. See you on September 10th!
Oct 15, 2017 Free  
Thank you for registering to be an exhibitor! Please send an email to for more details and to receive exhibitor packet.
Oct 15, 2017 Free  
Charrette One - Gentrification/Affordable Housing Oct 15, 2017 Free  
Charrette Two - Transportation/Mobility Oct 15, 2017 Free  
Charrette Three - Economic and Community Development Oct 15, 2017 Free  
Volunteer - 8am - 12noon Oct 15, 2017 Free  
Volunteer - 11:30am - 3:30pm Oct 15, 2017 Free  
Volunteer - 12noon - 3:30pm Oct 15, 2017 Free  

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This year's event will be charrette style and will focus on topics with solutions the community are interested in submitting to elected officials and new leadership at Atlanta city government. A community wide survey will be distributed with varies topics. There will be an opportunity to add more if the public would like. 

Every citizen/participate attending this call to action and interactive dialogue will:

Gain knowledge and insight on city, county, state, federal and community-based products and services
Receive information on advocating, navigating and organizing in order to find solutions to empower your voice
Be empowered to share resources that will build/rebuild and enhance communities, people, and nonprofits
Be involved in submitting recommendatu to elected officials to improve services, programs, for the betterment of the city and partners

Who Should Attend?

New residents, Citizens, NPU leaders, neighborhood association leadership, educators, community and external affairs profes, youth, high school and college students, seniors, faith-based leaders, and community stakeholders, and YOU!



Gentrification and Affordable Housing


Transportation and Mobility


Economic and Community Development


Panel Discussions


Public Safety and Restorative Justice


Bridging Generational Leadership


Health & Wellness


Public Education


Citizen Engagement and Collaboration


Community Organizing and Public Policy


Environment and Safety




 Zoo Atlanta

Georgia Stand-UP


Where to park?

Parking is FREE. 

Zoo Atlanta is located in historic Grant Park, minutes from downtown Atlanta and less than a mile from Turner Field - home of the Atlanta Braves.

Off of Interstate 20, Take Exit 59A (Boulevard) and proceed south 0.5 mile. Park in the lots on Boulevard.

Off Interstate 75/85, take Exit 246 (Fulton Street) and drive east on Fulton Street. Turn right at Capitol Avenue. Follow Capitol to first light, turn left on Georgia Avenue. Georgia Avenue ends at the Cherokee Avenue lot.

Public Transit:
Bus service is available from the Five Points MARTA station 
via Route #32. Visit for more info, or download MARTA’s On the Go App for scheduling information, real-time bus and rail information, service alerts and connecting bus route(s) information. 


Light breakfast & lunch included



Registrations after October 6 are NOT guaranteed LUNCH


Have questions about 8th Annual Citizen Engagement And Community Day: My City...Your City...Our City? Contact Atlanta Planning Advisory Board

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Zoo Atlanta
800 Cherokee Avenue, SE
Atlanta, GA 30315

Saturday, October 14, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EDT)

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Atlanta Planning Advisory Board

APAB is composed of twenty-five (25) delegates and  25 alternate delegates from each of the City's 25 Neighborhood Planning Units (NPU). The NPU Chairperson or official delegate is, by statute, the voting representative of their NPU. APAB elects officers yearly, and its officers, together with its committee chairs, constitute the Executive Committee of the Atlanta Planning Advisory Board.

APAB meets at 10:00am on the third Saturday of every month at City Hall. The public is invited to attend any regular APAB meeting. A brief period for public comment is a feature of the monthly APAB session. APAB meetings are televised live on City Channel 26, and are taped for archival purposes.

The primary mission of the Atlanta Planning Advisory Boardis to facilitate citizen participation in affairs of city government by drawing on its representation from the Neighborhood Planning Unit system and elsewhere and to advise the City Administration, City Council and others on citywide issues, goals and objectives relative to Atlanta's Comprehensive Development Plan and related concerns. It also advises on ongoing issues related to land use, zoning, transportation, environmental quality, license review, parks and open spaces.




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