CHaRM - Center for Hard to Recycle Materials
It is a permanent drop-off facility that aims to improve our environmental health by encouraging reuse and diverting thousands of pounds of household hazardous waste, bulky trash and other hard to recycle items from Metro-Atlanta landfills and water systems. For hours of operation and additional info visit: https://livethrive.org/charm/
City of Atlanta Solid Waste / Bulk Collection
City of Atlanta Parking Guide
ATLPlus can ticket you for parking incorrectly on a neighborhood street, please see the guide here.
Alarm System Registration
If you have a residential alarm system, you are required to register the alarm system and renew the registration every year. There is no charge to register, but it is required by law, and you can be fined for having an unregistered alarm system. Register your system here or call (855) 725-7102.
Atlanta Memorial Park Conservancy
"The Atlanta Memorial Park Conservancy’s mission is to restore, enhance and preserve Atlanta Memorial Park, making it a beautiful, connected, and sustainable urban green space for the enjoyment of all."
Bitsy Grant Tennis Center
The Bitsy Grant Tennis Center is a historic Atlanta public tennis facility consisting of 13 clay courts and 10 hard courts (all lighted). Built in 1952, the tennis center is named for Bryan Grant, the most outstanding southern tennis player of his time. Named “Bitsy” because of his 5-foot, 4-inch frame, he personified the “everyone can play” credo of the tennis center named in his honor. He was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, Rhode Island in 1972.
The tennis center is currently managed by Universal Tennis Management (UTM)and is a partner with the Atlanta Memorial Park Conservancy. We welcome you to the Bitsy Grant Tennis Center website, and hope to see you on the courts soon!
Bobby Jone Golf Course Foundation
"Mission Statement: Our mission is to transform an obsolete, dangerous golf course named after the most iconic figure in golf into a facility worthy of his name that will become the home of golf in Georgia, including a reversible 9-hole course designed by Bob Cupp, state of the art practice facilities, the Georgia Golf Hall of Fame, and programming designed to grow the game of golf with a specific focus on juniors."
Buckhead Council on Neighborhoods (BCN)
The BCN was created in 2008 to provide a unified voice for Buckhead neighborhoods and their residents to address areas of mutual concern and opportunity. The BCN provides a forum for sharing information across NPU lines, for discussion of issues affecting neighborhoods and collaboration on solutions, and for communication with government officials. More information can be found at www.buckheadcouncil.org.