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Senior Programs

💫What makes Atlanta’s Prime Time Senior programming unique? It’s FREE!
💫Programming activities include bingo, line dancing, and more!
💫Register now via www.atlantaga.gov/iparcs or visit our participating recreation centers.
💫Participating recreation centers include the:

-Anthony Flanagan Memorial Recreation Center,

-Arthur Langford Recreation Center,

-C.A. Scott Recreation Center,

-C.T. Martin Natatorium and Recreation Center,

-Grove Park Recreation Center,

-MLK Jr. Recreation and Aquatic Center,

-Old Adamsville Recreation Center,

-Pittman Park Recreation Center,

-Rev. James Orange Recreation Center,

-Rosel Fann Recreation Center,

-Thomasville Recreation Center, and

-William Walker Recreation Center.

Flyer for Atlanta senior activities

NPU-S Blood Drive

NPU-S, in conjunction with the American Red Cross , the Sickle Cell Foundation of GA , and the Community Church of God , is holding a blood drive!
VICARS Community Center
838 Cascade Rd SW Atlanta, GA 30310
Saturday, September 10th 9:00AM – 4:00PM
Schedule your appointment at redcrossblood.org/give Sponsor Code: NPU or call 1-800-RED-CROSS (1-800-733-2767).
Donors will get a $20 Amazon e-gift card , a T-shirt from the Red Cross, and special gift from the Red Cross for all Power Red donors! Drink plenty of water and eat foods high in iron to prepare for your donation. Save time by completing your RapidPass the day of your appointment at redcrossblood.org/rapidpass. All donors receive a free health screening prior to donating.

Teen After-school Program

📚 Registration is now OPEN for the city of Atlanta’s Teen Leaders After School Program!
🏫 Programming begins Monday, August 8!
🍎 Visit atlantaga.gov/iparcs or register onsite at your local recreation center.
After school program

FAQ

For District 4:

DeMicha (d-me-sha) Luster manages community engagement for the office of District 4 Council member Jason Dozier

To reach Council member Dozier:

Phone: (404) 330-6047

Email: JDozier@AtlantaGa.gov

 

To reach DeMicha Luster contact:

DLuster@atlantaga.gov

 

For District 10:

Andrea Boone can be reached via email at aboone@atlantaga.gov or via phone at 404-330-6055

According to the city of Atlanta, “The City of Atlanta is divided into twenty-five (25) Neighborhood Planning Units (NPUs), which are citizen advisory councils that make recommendations to the Mayor and City Council on zoning, land use, and other planning-related matters.”

 

NPUs offer all kinds of FREE classes to build leadership skills, learn about community resources, etc. through the NPU University offerings.

 

Learn more about NPUs in general here and learn more about NPU-S, which CANO falls in here.

Natalie Hall can be reached via email at natalie.hall@fultoncountyga.gov or via phone at 404-612-8226

For City District 4:

Join Jason Dozier’s email list at: http://eepurl.com/hRlPqH

Follow him on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/ATLDistrict4

 

For City District 10:

Follow Andrea Boone on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AndreaBooneNow

 

For Fulton County Commission District 4:

Visit Natalie Hall’s website, where you can submit concerns, learn about events, and read about local issues and legislation: https://www.fultoncountyga4.com/

Follow her Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/FulcoD4/

 

For the larger Cascade area:

The Cascade Atlanta Neighbors Facebook group is a great event resource

APEC Learning Center in Cascade

Infant-PreK

(404) 758-6081

1099 Cascade Road

Atlanta, GA 30311

 

Tuskegee Airmen Global Academy  

PreK-5th

(404) 802-8450

1626 Westhaven Dr SW, Atlanta, GA 30311

The process is spelled out on the city of Atlanta’s Department of Transportation website:

  • Step 1: Contact your local councilm ember, who will work with ATLDOT to coordinate a neighborhood traffic study.
  • Step 2: The neighborhood traffic study will be requested at the discretion of the council member and conducted for neighborhoods and not individual streets.
  • Step 3: The council member will make a request for ATLDOT to conduct a Traffic Engineer’s site assessment.  
  • Step 4: If warranted by the Traffic Engineer’s site assessment, ATLDOT will complete an Engineering Traffic Study. The council member will be responsible for funding the Engineering Traffic Study.