The Peachtree Battle Alliance Parks Committee (“Parks”) works with the City of Atlanta, other stakeholders and third-party vendors to maintain and improve the public greenspaces located within the PBA environs.  
 
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We are fortunate to have quite a bit of greenspace within the PBA borders, a map of these areas will be coming soon.  These public common areas include:
  • Peachtree Battle Median Park
  • Sibley Park -- The wooded park at the corner of Habersham and West Wesley.  Parks manages the portion south of West Wesley only.
  • Woodward Way Park -- A small area of greenspace at the corner of Habersham and Woodward Way.
  • Haynes Manor Park  -- The space along Northside Drive from Woodward Way to Manor Ridge
  • Undesignated greenspace at 429 Woodward Way
  • Undesignated greenspace at 473 Woodward Way
  • Undesignated greenspace at the south end of Havenridge Drive.
  • The greenspace located between Woodward Way and Peachtree Creek, from the Northside Drive intersection to the Alton Road intersection. 
 
This is an exciting time for Parks and our neighborhood, as there are several projects in various stages of development that could expand our greenspace and create new opportunities for its use and enjoyment.  These are as follows:
 
 
 
1.  A new PATH trail (above) which will encircle Memorial Park is scheduled for completion by the summer of 2018.  A portion of this trail will border the PBA, from the corner of Northside Drive and Woodward Way to a foot/bike bridge which will be located close to the end of Dellwood Drive.   
 
2. Bobby Jones Clubhouse – Plans are underway to move the Memorial Park golf clubhouse to the south side of Peachtree Creek.  In this event, Parks is working closely with the City and the State to develop alternate uses for the Clubhouse that will benefit the PBA membership.
 
3. Bobby Jones Clubhouse Grounds – In the event that the Memorial Park golf clubhouse is relocated south of Peachtree Creek, this greenspace (north of Peachtree Creek) will become available for public use.  Parks is working closely with the City and the State to formulate a plan for these grounds that will benefit our neighborhood for many decades to come. 

 
Committee members:  Jim Parker (Chairman), Jennifer Glenn, Marissa Greider, Elizabeth Hale, Elizabeth Pritchard, Tony Smith, Laura Spearman, Mary Kelly Speed, Linda Wilson