ATL311 Announces Change in Hours of Operation

The City of Atlanta announced today that ATL311 has extended their hours of operation. Starting immediately, residents will be able to call ATL 311 Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
“I am pleased to announce that ATL311 will remain open until 8:00 p.m. on weekdays. We understand that some of our customers have demanding schedules and these extended hours will give our customers the flexibility to reach us in the evening,” said Rocky Atkins, Executive Director of Customer Service.
ATL311 handles on average approximately 34,000 calls per month. About 80 percent of service calls are related to Public Works and Watershed topics such as water leaks, potholes, trash collection and recycling.
ATL311 provides Atlanta residents, visitors and business owners with fast, easy access to information and non-emergency services by dialing “3-1-1” or 404-546-0311, or by visiting their website at

Flu shots

Notice courtesy of the One Fulton newsletter:

Flu Shots Available at Six Fulton County Board of Health Clinics
Because of a spike in flu activity in the United States in recent weeks, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has renewed its recommendation to get vaccinated against the flu. The flu vaccine is available on a walk-in basis to Fulton County residents at six (6) health centers of the Fulton County Board of Health (FCBOH). The cost is $25 per vaccination. Cash, credit card payments, Medicaid, and Medicare are accepted. However, payment through private insurers is not available at this time. Flu vaccine administration in the health centers is provided on a walk-in basis beginning at 8:30 a.m.

Flu shots are available at:

For information go to or call the FCBOH 404-613-1205

TransFormation Alliance Academy

Apply for the TransFormation Alliance Academy Today!

Deadline extended to February 2nd!

The TransFormation Academy is designed to help community-based groups and residents engage in community revitalization and transit planning. The Academy will include a dynamic mixture of lectures, group discussion, hands-on engagement, and take-home activities. Upon graduation from the Academy, participants will have an increased understanding of equitable transit-oriented development, the planning process, key roles in development, and more.
Apply Now

Ft. Mac LRA meeting Wed. 1/24

Exciting news from Brian Hooker, the executive director of the Ft. Mac Local Redevelopment Authority. On Wednesday the 24th, planners will share progress on the Ft. Mac project, including 3D renderings. Financing for the plans should be finalized by late April 2018 with groundbreaking at the end of this year.

Because our communities will be the most directly affected, we strongly encourage our residents to attend the meeting if possible, hear the updates, and see the renderings. Brian is especially excited about the idea of a community run "grocery store" on the property and is looking for feedback and support on the idea.

The MILRA C.E.S meeting will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 24 at 5:30, Ft.McPherson, LRA Office, 1794 Walker Avenue.

January meeting CANCELED due to inclement weather.

With the City government effectively shut down tomorrow, and VICARS also closed, we encourage people to play it safe and stay home tomorrow. The first NPU-S meeting of 2018 will be February, Thursday 15th.

Stay warm!