The Daily Chirp
$800,000 in grants to local parks
“Great parks aren’t created in a vacuum,” said Michael Halicki, executive director of Park Pride. “Strong communities build great parks, and we see clear examples of this in our 2014 grant recipients.”
Read more about the grant recipients
The Community and Park Visioning
Becky Katz, Park Pride's Visioning Coordinator, talks to WBS's People 2 People regarding the role the Park Visioning Program plays in helping communities assess and voice the needs of their parks.
Watch the video.
Advocating for Atlanta’s Parks
For 25 years, Park Pride has been providing a voice for the voiceless – the parks in Atlanta and DeKalb County. . . . Read more
The Picnic For Parks
The event, expected to draw 500 attendees, will recognize the corporate volunteers who have aided the organization in reaching over 500,000 service hours improving parks - Read more about the picnic
Park Pride in the Community
Park Pride's work as a community-driven organization is highlighted in this WSB-TV People2People news segment. . . View Video
The Imperative of Parks
For a quarter of a century, an indispensable Atlanta organization has championed the proliferation of parks. Read more about Park Pride's role in the Druid Hills Community
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Parks & People: A Declaration of Interdependence
March 23, 2015
Atlanta Botanical Garden
The 2015 Parks and Greenspace Conference, Parks & People: A Declaration of Interdependence, will explore the direct relationship between engaged communities and successful parks.
Park Pride and the Parks of Summerhill Steering Committee invite you to participate, share your thoughts and help develop concepts for both existing and potential parks in the neighborhood.
Fill out this survey by Sunday, April 12 to let your voice be heard!
Atlanta Parks Need Your Help
You can be the reason that parks across Atlanta and DeKalb are transformed into places of community and creativity! Help us make those transformations a reality with a donation to Park Pride.