Renew Atlanta-Updated Euclid/Edgewood Intersection

At the July meeting many people wanted a bike lane that continued through the newly designed Euclid Ave and Edgewood Ave. intersection. IPNA Transportation Committee Head, Janice Darling, passed along our wishes and it has now been added. Here is the updated intersection, including the bike lane. Click here to see the image.

Proposed Bylaws and Executive Summary

There is an updated Executive Summary and Bylaws for your review. If you have any proposed changes please email [email protected]. The bylaws will be discussed at the IPNA meeting on Wednesday, August 15, 2018. They will be voted on during the IPNA meeting on Wednesday, September 19, 2018.

Click here to read the Executive Summary. 

Click here to review the proposed Bylaws. 

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July IPNA Meeting Agenda

This month's meeting will be held this coming Wednesday, July 18, 2018, 7:30 pm at the Trolley Barn. Ben and Jerry's will be handing out free ice cream samples to in anticipation of their grand opening.
We'll be discussing the following items: 

 - Ute Banse: Request of Letter of Support for Little 5 Points Center for Arts and Community Re: Citations for Code Violations

- 951 Edgewood Ave.: Type III

- 220 Haralson Ave.: Type III

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Public Hearing-2018 Millage Rates

Millage Rate Meeting

New Trash Day for Inman Park

Atlanta Public Works is changing the trash pick up schedule for Inman Park beginning July 9, 2018. Click the link below and enter your address to find out your new day. For example, my new trash day is Friday. My previous day was Monday. For me my trash will be picked up on Monday, July 2nd and not picked up again until Friday, July 13, leaving a 10 day time period when no trash will be collected.

IPNA June Meeting Agenda

The June meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 20, 2018, 7:30 pm at the Trolley Barn. The agenda will include

-A call for budget requests for the 2018-2019 fiscal year
-Seeking members for committees -Historic Preservation, Zoning and Nominating Committees
-1034 Euclid Ave Type IV appropriateness update
Jenkins Metal/Thrive Homes Update
-74 Druid Circle -additions to non-contributing structure
-Villa de Grip update
-Little Spirit, 299 N. Highland NE-change of agent
-Moreland Corridor Update
-Inman Park Plan
-Hulsey Yards
-Springvale Park Update- Amy Higgins
-Special Events - $1250 donation from 20th Century Fox
-Transportation - Janice Darling: street redesigns
-20th century fox - Karen Goeckel
-Bylaws Committee Update 

We hope to see you there. 


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UDC Decision/Euclid at Austin

The UDC Economic Review Panel vote to deny the application for the Type IV certification for 1034 Euclid Avenue. The panel stated four reasons for their denial including that the property can earn a "reasonable economic return as is".

To read the full decision by the UCD click here.

DeKalb Complete Streets Letter of Support

The IPNA voted to write a letter of support for the DeKalb Complete Streets project. There is an emphasis on safety and accessibility. The letter will be sent to Councilmember Amir Farokhi and Tom Weyandt with Renew Atlanta. 



The Inman Park Neighborhood Association (IPNA) strongly supports the DeKalb Avenue Complete Street project because it will enhance the safety and accessibility of a primary Atlanta eastside corridor for people who walk, require ADA access, bike, drive, and take MARTA.

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Complete Streets Meeting Monroe/Boulevard


IPNA May 2018 Agenda

May's IPNA meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 16, 2018, at the Trolley Barn, 7:30 pm. 

This month we'll vote on new board members: 

 Beverly Miller to serve as President, Jonathan Miller to serve as Vice President for Zoning, Rick Bizot to serve as Vice President for Planning, and Jeff Oliver to serve as Treasurer.

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Renew Atlanta-Euclid at Edgewood Rendering

Renew Atlanta is proposing changes to the Euclid at Edgewood intersection. Click here to see the rendering.

North Highland Corridor Drawings

At the April meeting Renew Atlanta discussed the improvements they plan to make to N. Highland. Below is the link to those renderings. 

Click here to see the drawings.

IP Merch!

Need a flag so you can fly your IP Pride? They come in 3 sizes and are sold before the monthly IPNA meeting each month on the 3rd Wednesday at the Trolley Barn. Questions? Email [email protected]

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IPNA Bylaws and Summary of Revisions

The Bylaws will be moved to the Bylaws section of the website once they are voted on and approved by the neighborhood. 

IPNA Bylaws

Executive Summary of Revisions

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IPNA April 2018 Agenda

IPNA April 2018 Agenda

Welcome & Introduction of Newcomers

Police Officers’ Report

Minutes of Last Meeting

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Earth Day Parade and Celebration

Earth Day Celebration

IPNA March Meeting Agenda

The IPNA meeting will be held March 21, 2018, at 7:30 pm at the Trolley Barn. Below is the meeting agenda. All Inman Park residents and business owners are welcome. On the agenda are plans for the Jenkins Metal site and a liquor license for "The Watchman" coming to Krog Street Market. We'll also get an update on DeKalb Ave from our Transportation Committee. 


IPNA March 2018 Agenda

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Tree Planting Honoring Cathy Bradshaw

Tree Planting on March 3 Honors Cathy Bradshaw
On this upcoming Saturday morning, why not slip into an old pair of jeans, lace up your boots, and fill a water bottle? 
Then get yourself over to the home of Jim Abbot and Jeanne LaSala, 946 Waverly Way, by 9:00 AM (earlier if you want a delicious bagel and a steaming hot cup of coffee) to help plant, mulch, and water 75 new trees for Atlanta's best neighborhood!
This year's planting (postponed from January 13) is dedicated to our own Cathy Bradshaw: tireless road warrior; indefatigable neighborhood booster; energetic mother, grandmother, and sister to Inman Park residents; and not least, together with her husband Bo, a founding member of the IPNA Tree Watch Committee. Just before the planting demonstration, Cathy will be honored in brief remarks and presented with a gift of appreciation from the neighborhood. You're very welcome to join us for the ceremony, even if you can't stay for the planting. 
Please note that it's not too late to express YOUR appreciation to Cathy with a donation in support of Tree Watch (check to Friends of Inman Park, c/o Steve Hays, 207 Hurt St NE, Atlanta, GA 30307, "Cathy Bradshaw Tribute") or to our wonderful partner Trees Atlanta (please choose the option "Tribute Gift" and add "Cathy Bradshaw" in the comment box). 
When: Saturday, March 3, 9:00 a.m. - noon, rain or shine.
Where: 946 Waverly Way (intersection of Waverly Way & Hurt Street).
What: Bring a water bottle and a pair of work gloves if you have them, and Trees Atlanta will supply the rest.
How: Don't worry — we'll show you how to plant a tree. 
Why: Because Inman Park loves its trees!

Villa de Grip IPNA Meeting Format

The IPNA board has adopted the following procedures to facilitate an orderly consideration of the
application to rezone the parcels at 320 N. Highland (Villa de Grip) at the upcoming monthly meeting.
1. The applicant will present their proposal (15 minutes)
2. The IPNA Working Group will present their recommendation (5 minutes)
3. Question and answer period (20 minutes total)
 Residents will be able to ask questions of the applicant or the IPNA working group.
Questions should be actual questions rather than commentary in the form of a question
(as you will note, there is a separate period below for commentary). Questions will be
limited to 30 seconds and answers will be limited to 1 minute.

4. Comments (20 minutes total)
Residents may line up to make comments on the proposal in light of the presentations
and question-and-answers. Each comment will be limited to 1 minute.

5. Vote

IPNA February 2018 Agenda

This month we'll vote on Villa de Grip's rezoning plan. The working group who has been working on the plan with the developers have determined they cannot support the application for rezoning in it's current form. The Villa de Grip site is currently a buffer for residential into the commercial district of the neighborhood. The group feels the project, which will have no residential at all, is too commercially dense and intensive.  The developers want a density that is more than 4 times what is currently allowed. A letter was sent to the developer from IP President Neil Kinkopf citing specific concerns. The letter can be read here in it's entirety.  The format for the Villa de Grip portion of the meeting can be read here. 

Also on the Agenda, we'll update on the Moreland Corridor Report, announce the nominating committee for the board and vote on Ro Lawson for board Secretary. 


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