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The Peachtree Battle Alliance (PBA) is a non-profit civic association representing the interests of our neighborhood which includes over 580 households. The PBA is made up of your neighbors who volunteer to work on behalf of the neighborhood.
PBA mailing address: P.O. Box 20349, Atlanta, GA  30325
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PBA News
Food Truck Survey
Posted on Jun 30th, 2020
PBA hosted food trucks on Thursdays in the month of June. Please take a moment to share feedback! Even if you did not attend the events, your input will help us make decisions about future activities. Thank you!
UPDATE - Northside Drive Work
Posted on Jun 17th, 2020
The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) is underway with the double lane closures on Northside Drive - Monday through Friday from 10:00 pm until 5:00 am.  The double lane closures began on June 8, 2020 and will end on June 26, 2020, weather and on-site conditions permitting.  To review the original Traffic Advisory, click here.
In addition, Department of Watershed Management (DWM) crews will perform a water main replacement test shutdown tonight - Wednesday, June 17, 2020 - between the hours of 9:00 pm and midnight.  This test will occur between the intersections of Peachtree Battle Avenue/Northside Drive and Wesley Drive/Northside Drive.  Water service WILL NOT BE INTERRUPTED during the shutdown.
Please also be on the lookout for an announcement coming soon from GDOT on the upcoming 90-day road closure for Northside Drive, tentatively set to begin this fall.
2020 Impact Fee Program
Posted on Jun 7th, 2020
The City of Atlanta has launched a survey as part of its effort to update the Development Impact Fee Program, which has not been updated since 1993. Impact fees are a one-time fee by a local government on a new or proposed development project to pay for all or a portion of the costs of providing public services to the new development. The Development Impact Fee Advisory Committee is evaluating a proposal to adopt the 2017 Development Impact Fee Study with minor edits to update the program after 26 years. We greatly appreciate your feedback on the program and want your input on how to make improvements as we go forward. For more information, see the Impact Fee Update
June District 8 Newsletter
Posted on Jun 4th, 2020
Click HERE to see our council member's message for June.
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How YOU Can Support ATL Police Officers
Posted on Jun 3rd, 2020
From J.P. Matzigkeit:
Regardless of how we view the protests in Atlanta, I hope there is one thing upon which we can all agree: With rare exception, our first responders (police, fire and city jailers) have performed admirably.
That is why I am writing. I would like to enlist the support of District 8 neighborhood associations to show our gratitude.
Our uniformed personnel have worked 12-hour shifts, day-in-day-out, often under very trying conditions. One, Police Motors Unit Officer Maximillian Brewer, was seriously injured when he was struck by an all-terrain vehicle. 
A Go Fund Me Page has been established to aid him and his family ( as he fights to recover in the Intensive Care Unit at Grady Memorial Hospital.
Public safety is my #1 priority.  Many police officers have been called to the front lines in heavy protective gear in fierce summer heat. The people they encounter range from peaceful protesters, to belligerent agitators, to opportunistic looters. And they are expected to deal professionally while under intense scrutiny.
Atlanta Fire&Rescue personnel have put out fires in Buckhead, some intentionally set. I met with weary firefighters of FS21 last Saturday morning as they returned from working all night.
Our corrections officers at the city jail have dealt with a surge in arrests totaling over 500 since the protests began.
I am incredibly grateful to our public safety officers for what they are doing to keep us safe, and I invite you to join in showing our appreciation.
Here are a couple of ways: 
Take food and/or drinks to our Zone 2 police officers (3120 Maple Dr. NE ; 404-848-7231) or to our three Buckhead fire stations --- #21, 3201 Roswell Road; #26, 2970 Howell Mill Road, #27, 4260 Northside Drive.  Please contact Jim Elgar at for more information and how you can participate.
I can assure you that the women and men who protect and serve us will be grateful for your support.
Thank you,
"Hang a Heart" in PBA for Atlanta RMHC this June
Posted on Jun 1st, 2020
Hang a Heart in PBA for Atlanta RMHC this June
Share kindhearted happiness with others in your community by hanging colored hearts on your front door, in a window or on your mailbox.
The “hearts” can be found on pages 10-12 of Atlanta Ronald McDonald House Charities’ new downloadable Activity Kit for kids, ages 10 and under. There are coloring sheets, a crossword puzzle, a maze, decoder puzzles and more. It’s a great way to for kids to learn about helping others and making a difference.
Don’t forget to share your art on social media and tag us at @AtlantaRMHC on Facebook and @ARMHC on Instagram and Twitter with the hashtag #HangAHeartinPBA. You can also send designs to or PBA neighbor Marissa Greider ( with “Hang A Heart in PBA” in the subject line by Wednesday, July 15. Atlanta RMHC staff will choose the most creative and fun designs for the charity's new Zoom backgrounds.
Thanks for showing your heart for families with sick children! More cheerful hearts mean more smiles, more connections and a greater sense of community for the children in our lives.
Click here to download the PDF activity book.
Bobby Jones Golf Course Updates
Posted on May 28th, 2020
All of us at the Bobby Jones Golf Course wish to thank you, our valued customers, for navigating the last several months with us in these unprecedented times. The landscape of golf will undoubtedly continue to change as we move forward. Here are some of the changes that you can expect to see at Bobby Jones Golf Course:
From APD Regarding Non Emergency Reporting
Posted on Apr 14th, 2020
Did you know that you can file a “non-emergency” police report online? Our online reporting system can be accessed by going to the APD website and clicking on the “I Want To…” tab at the top of the page, and then scrolling to the “Report a Crime” tab.
BeltLine Usage - Guidlines
Posted on Apr 13th, 2020
Avoid the trail completely if you can.  Here are the guidelines, click image for more info:
Growing Recommendations For Your Yard
Posted on Apr 3rd, 2020
Our Parks Co-Chair, Elizabeth Hale, has shared this very useful guide from the Garden Club of America.  
Are you working in your yard more these days?  
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