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Electric Box Art

Midtown High School art students Oliver Sammons and Aubrey Senter have submitted three designs for painting an electrical box in the middle of Springvale Park.

During January's neighborhood meeting, we will collect feedback on these designs and vote on the final option. Larger views of each option follow:

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Tour of Homes Tickets April 28–30

What do the numbers 25-35-40-12-4 mean to you? Winning lottery numbers? Numbers to a combination lock? A little of both! You’ll think you won the lottery when you purchase Tour of Homes tickets at the amazing neighbor price of $25! It’s a well-kept secret. Knowing where you can make the purchase unlocks the winning combination.

There are always three pricing options for Tour of Homes tickets. And it’s not too early to make your plans. The best day for neighbors to tour is Friday, April 28, as streets are open and the houses are not as crowded. It’s easy to park if you’re driving. Plus, you can visit with homeowners and get design or color tips at the start of our legendary 51st Festival. Your Tour ticket is good all three days of Festival. 

$25 Inman Park Neighbor Advance Sale Price

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Festival Clean-Up

Neighbors! Spring is here and that means Festival! Please join us to spruce up the neighborhood and make it shine for all the visitors we'll host during the Festival!!

Everyone is invited! It’s Clean-up Day!
  • What: Pre-Festival Neighborhood Clean-up
  • When: Saturday, April 22 @ 9:00 a.m. (Rain date - Sunday, April 23 @ 9:00am)
  • Where: Euclid Ave at Sprigvale Park 
  • We’ll Have: Leaf and litter bags 
  • You Bring: Gloves, rakes, shovels, blowers
  • Why: To help our Festival footprint shine

Come to Euclid Ave at Springvale Park (where the Big Tent will be for Festival!) to help clean up the neighborhood for a little while, and don't forget to bring your garden gloves, rakes, shovels, blowers if you have any. We will be mulching the neighborhood together, making sure everything looks superb for Festival!

The more we have the shorter and happier the work!

Krog Street Tunnel Phase II

On November 15th, 2022 the City Department of Watershed Management held a community meeting for Phase II of the Krog Street Tunnel Stormwater Project. 

The purpose of this project is to replace and upsize the existing storm drain system to mitigate flooding in the Krog Street Tunnel during rain events.

Notes from the meeting - Download PDF

Alliance Annual Meeting - Nov. 15

On November 15 at 7 pm, the Little 5 Points Alliance will be holding our Annual Meeting at the Little 5 Points Center for Arts and Community to introduce new board members as well as share what we’ve been working on in 2022 and what we hope to accomplish in 2023.

What: L5P Alliance Annual Meeting
When: November 15 at 7 pm
Where: Little 5 Points Center for Arts & Community, Dooley Suite
Why: To meet new board members, hear what we've accomplished in 2022, and discuss what's to come in 2023. 

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Vehicle break-ins/damage in Inman Park

As per Tom Soukoup with the Atlanta Police Department, on Friday October 7, between 4 and 5 am, numerous Inman Park residents had their vehicles broken into with windows smashed. The perpetrators were obviously looking for something of value but were breaking into vehicles without anything being visible.  Reports were filed by victims and some camera footage has been provided to the investigation unit. 

APD zone 6 has committed to adding additional patrols in Inman Park immediately. IPNA Public Safety will continue to get updates on the investigation and will report on anything of significance. 

If you have any information that might help in the investigation, such as camera footage, please send to the investigator, Officer Towns, at this email: [email protected]

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IPNA Halloween Trick-o-Treat Stroll

Hi neighbors, 
Now that last weekend's Wine Stroll officially solidified Inman Park as the World's Best Neighborhood, let's keep the party going with an epic Halloween kick off this Sunday, October 31, 2021!
Please consider cheering on your youngest neighbors during the Little Pumpkin Parade. 
Come in your best costume (if you'd like) just before 5:30 on Halloween and stand anywhere along the stroll route below to cheer on the littles. 
Bring candy to hand out if you can! 
Thanks to The Little Pumpkin Parade Planning Committee:
Alison Gordon
Mary Saghafi
Zach Leonard
Karen Heim
Angela Carrington
(No need to RSVP if you are just cheering on. If you would like to join the parade, please respond via this Google form:

Support Partners for Home

Dear Neighbors:

During this pandemic, we’ve all been told to shelter in place.
But what about the most vulnerable among us who have no place to shelter?

As those of you who came to our April 15 IPNA Zoom Meeting heard from Councilmember Amir Farokhi, the City of Atlanta is testing our homeless neighbors for COVID-19 and is housing those who test positive in a downtown hotel that has been converted to isolation housing. Homeless COVID-19 patients are cared for in the isolation hotel, giving them a safe place to recover and helping prevent the further spread of the disease. Another local hotel is being converted into housing for the city’s homeless population to keep our most vulnerable neighbors safe.

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Procedure for Upcoming April 15 IPNA Meeting

Dear IPNA Members:
It’s important that we continue to communicate and to carry on as best we can during our time of physical separation. To that end, the April 15 IPNA Business Meeting will take place on Zoom. 
If you want to attend the meeting, and we hope you do, please familiarize yourself with Zoom if you haven’t already had experience with it. You do not have to have a Zoom account in order to attend the meeting. To join the meeting, you will be prompted to download the software once you have clicked on the link that IPNA will provide. You will also be given a password to log into the meeting.
Phone numbers will be provided, giving an opportunity to call in by phone to listen to the meeting, but people who call in instead of using the app or the Zoom site will not be able to make motions, second motions, or vote. We will be voting on our slate of nominees for upcoming officer vacancies and on a few other agenda items. Please watch for more detailed instructions on how to join the meeting and participate, and also be on the lookout for the meeting agenda.
Here’s a link to the Zoom site where you can join now if you want to familiarize yourself. Basic membership is free. 
Everyone take care, and we look forward to resuming in-person meetings as soon as possible!

APS Meeting to Address Overcrowding in the Grady Cluster

Here is a link to the slides for the upcoming APS meeting to address overcrowding in the Grady cluster to be held at Inman Middle School on February 25, 2020 at 6 pm.

Hulsey Yard Master Plan



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Thanks for all the input you've given us,
The Hulsey Yard Study Committee



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Art on the Beltline

Inman Park Neighborhood Association

is sponsoring Art on the Atlanta BeltLine!


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11Alive News - Donovan Harris

I am a reporter with 11Alive News. We will be launching a new, hyper-local news platform called My East Atlanta News, on Monday July 15. We currently  operate My Lawrenceville News (, My Cumming News, and My East Point News—all of which are a part of the 11Alive Newsroom. I am excited to hear about story ideas out of the East Atlanta area for us to cover in our broadcasts and digital platforms. Please feel free to spread the word and email or call me with any story ideas on interesting people and on-goings in your community.


Donovan M. Harris

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Tax Assessment Sticker Shock?

Tax Assessment Sticker Shock?

Did you just get your new assessment? If you are not happy with your assessment or just have questions and want to meet with neighbors who have similar concerns, join us one hour before the Inman Park Neighborhood Association meeting at the Trolley Barn. Learn how to gather the information you need and how to use it to file an appeal.

July 17th       6:30 pm Trolley Barn

Next Hulsey Master Plan Workshop

Next Hulsey Master Plan Workshop -
Saturday July 13th!

The planners at Lord Aeck & Sargent have spent the last month digesting the feedback from the pop-up studio.  They will have three different plans to present to the community.  Your vote and opinions matter - please pencil in some time to attend and provide your input!

Did you know the analysis and results from last month's pop-up studio are available online?  Check out the Hulsey Master Plan website to view it:

4th of July Solid Waste Collection Schedule

Reminder - Inman Park Fourth of July Party

Update to Three Robberies

Update to three robberies.
Below is a link to an AJC article about the apprehension on Friday morning of two suspects in the armed robberies that took place in our area on Thursday night/Friday early morning. Again we ask that if you can contribute anything to this case please notify Atlanta police department.

Recent Robberies in Our Area


Just a brief note to advise that a series of three armed robberies were reported on the night of Thursday, June 20th in our area. One happened in Candler Park on McLendon. One occurred on Caroline Street by the Edgewood Retail District, and the third in Inman Park on Euclid near Hurt Street. The police report that the perpetrators were three black males driving a “green or brown box type SUV.” Two of the males were armed with handguns. While we hope that this is a one-off incident, please be super careful and aware of your surroundings, especially at night. Watch out for slow moving vehicles. Lastly, if anyone in the area around Euclid/Hurt has video feed that might have captured some of this, please contact either Inman Park Security or Atlanta police.

IPNA June 2019 Meeting Agenda Revision

Asana Partners has deferred their presentation at the June IPNA meeting in order to respond to neighborhood input and will reschedule at a future time.