The Proctor Creek watershed separates Atlanta’s BeltLine park system from the iconic Chattahoochee River. But although residents in this area are close to both waterways, they lack easy access to either one. We are working to help change that.
TPL helped The Friends of Cleopas R. Johnson Park and Park Pride secure a $100,000 award from the MetLife Foundation to breathe new life into a neglected city park and reinvigorate the communit.
Enota Park will connect the Westview neighborhood to the Atlanta BeltLine.
This 35-acre park is one of many projects TPL has completed for the BeltLine, a developing 22-mile corridor of parks, trails, and transit encircling downtown Atlanta.
TPL helped purchase more than a dozen properties for the park, including a former factory that was demolished to make way for a much-needed new parking lot.
Boulevard Crossing Park was the first fully assembled new park along the Atlanta BeltLine.
TPL preserved over 8 acres in the Murphy Crossing area for the Atlanta Beltline project.
TPL preserved a 10-acre property at the entrance of Bellwood Quarry, which will be a new 300-acre park along Atlanta's Beltline.
This 485-acre property buffers 1.4 miles of the Chattahoochee River and served for more than a century as the "gateway" to Carroll County.
In 1994, a rural landowner in rapidly developing Forsyth County came to
TPL with a vision to protect the Sawnee Mountain ridgeline as one of the
largest open spaces in Metropolitan Atlanta.
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