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Take a Stand

The “Take a Stand” campaign against sexual assult offers resources to both women and men on how to guard their personal safety or get help quickly in the event of an emergency.


The City of Atlanta is pleased to provide residents and customers with Atlanta 311 (ATL311). 311 is Atlanta’s primary phone number for government information and non-emergency services.


Learn more about the 2015 proposed infrastructure bond and vote on the projects that matter to you.


Mayor Kasim Reed and Atlanta City Council invite you to the Center for Civil and Humans Rights.

Judicial Agencies

In a partnership with Code for America, Atlanta is introducing a new website, focused on making it simple to lookup your court case, understand the next steps to take, and get text reminders before the case.

College Football Hall of Fame

Join the City of Atlanta as we welcome The College Football Hall of Fame to our many wonderful experiences. It's mission is to entertain, educate and engage through the way that we celebrate and honor the passion of college football, along with its people and traditions.

The Mayor's Message

There’s something about the fall in Atlanta. There’s an energy that pulses through our city unlike any other time of year. The weather’s perfect. The kids are back in school. College campuses are bustling...  

Follow Mayor Reed on Facebook and Twitter @Kasim Reed. Also, follow @CityofAtlanta

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  • Mayor's Office of Cultural Affairs Annual Report 2014 Atlanta is a culturally rich city and the Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs proudly supports its continued growth and development. This year we witnessed the blossoming of the city’s art scene in a way that could not have been predicted just ten years ago.
  • Atlanta Homeless Continuum-of-Care Posts 2014 Recommended Funding Awards The Atlanta Homeless Continuum-of-Care has submitted its annual funding application to the Department of Housing and Urban Development with the following project recommendations for funding in the attached file.
  • Mayor's Office of International Affairs Year In Review Atlanta is truly an international city. We’re home to the world’s busiest passenger airport, which has a new international terminal that will serve 10 million foreign visitors per year. Foreign direct investment supports 130,000 jobs and drives our city’s economic growth
  • Infrastructure Bond Information The City of Atlanta faces an infrastructure backlog of more than $900 million. Mayor Kasim Reed has made a commitment to address the city's pressing infrastructure challenges. In order to begin improving our city's roads, bridges, sidewalks and upgrade critical public buildings and facilities, the city is proposing an infrastructure bond referendum to pay for these repairs and improvements.

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