AgLanta is the home for all things Urban Agriculture and Local Food Businesses in Atlanta. Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms set a bold goal: to ensure that 85% of Atlanta residents are within a half-mile to healthy food by 2022. The Department of City Planning’s Economic Development team is working with the Mayor’s Office of One Atlanta’s AgLanta team to help meet this goal.
Below are a list of programs, policies, plans, and permits to help community partners work with City of Atlanta to grow a more resilient, equitable and accessible food system.
Plans: (Food related sections.)
- Atlanta City Design (Health & Culture 5-4-c D)
- Resilient Atlanta Strategy (3.3.1, 3.3.2)
- Atlanta Food Baseline Report Aglanta Food Access Map (2016-2019)
- Farmers Market Permit (Markets on private property
- Urban Garden Permit (On vacant, private properties)
- Community garden (Gardens in city parks - Park Pride)
Opportunities to help grow AgLanta:
- AgLanta Calendar
- Volunteer (Type in keyword = "AgLanta")
- 2019 Trainings
- AgLanta Eats
- AgLanta Conference
- Partners and resources
For all inquiries, please contact Elizabeth Beak at ebeak@atlantaGA.gov.