HOW WOULD YOU MAKE ATLANTA A MORE INVITING PLACE?
Placemaking—the process of creating quality places that people want to live, work, play and learn in, is transforming public spaces into vibrant areas that celebrate culture and increase accessibility. The Trust for Public Land and the City of Atlanta are working with residents to transform excess concrete and asphalt into vibrant community spaces through placemaking.
Find out how you can support this effort and apply for funding for your neighborhood. Read more from George Dusenbury, State Director for The Trust for Public Land in Georgia, and Timothy J. Keane, Commissioner, Department of City Planning, City of Atlanta, in the Saporta Report’s People, Places, Parks Blog