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Contact Info
Office of Resilience
55 Trinity Ave. SW
Ste. 3450
Atlanta, Georgia 30303

For questions and
requests for information:
sustainability@atlantaga.gov

Water Quality and Conservation

Drought and Water Conservation Information and Links
Melinda Langston, Director of the Water Conservation Program, at 404.546.1259 or email mlangston@atlantaga.gov.

Recycling

City of Atlanta Residential Recycling Program

Commute Alternatives

The Clean Air Campaign is a not-for-profit organization that works with the City of Atlanta, as well as other Georgia employers, commuters, and schools to encourage actions that result in reduced traffic congestion and improved air quality.

Affordable Housing

The Department of Planning and Community Development has undertaken significant sustainable affordable housing initiatives within the Bureau of Housing (BOH) and its affiliated organizations. To learn more, click here.

 

University Partnerships

Commute Alternatives Programs for City Employees, Department of Environmental Studies, Emory University - Article on Commute Alternatives Study
Emory University's Report

Creative Financing Solutions, Goizueta School of Business, Emory University - Downloadable project summary

Atlanta Airport Renewable Energy Options Analysis, School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology

Surplus Storage and Management Improvement Project, Senior Design Project, School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology - Downloadable project summary

The Office of Sustainability is seeking partnerships with schools on an ongoing basis. Please contact Aaron Bastian, Communications and Project Manager, to discuss opportunities.

Community Partners

Clean Air Campaign The Clean Air Campaign is a not-for-profit organization that works with Georgia employers, commuters and schools to encourage actions that result in reduced traffic congestion and improved air quality.

Earth Share of Georgia Earth Share of Georgia plays a vital role in promoting environmental education, volunteerism and charitable giving by partnering with businesses across Georgia.

Georgia Conservancy The Georgia Conservancy is a catalyst for the stewardship of our natural environment through education, principled advocacy and inclusive decision-making in order to make Georgia a premier environmental state.

Georgia Environmental Facilities Authority (GEFA) GEFA is a state agency that administers a wide variety of programs that provide financial assistance and other support services to improve Georgia’s environment.

Georgia Recycling Coalition The Georgia Recycling Coalition (GRC) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to complement and coordinate activities relative to recycling, foster communications among all, and to promote and enhance reduction and recycling programs throughout the state.

Greener Atlanta- Learn about what people are doing to go green in Atlanta.

Keep Atlanta Beautiful Keep Atlanta Beautiful Commission, an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, Inc., serves Atlanta by developing and implementing public education and community improvement programs that make a cleaner and greener Atlanta.

Livable Centers Initiative The Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) is a program offered by the Atlanta Regional Commission that encourages local jurisdictions to plan and implement strategies that link transportation improvements with land use development strategies.

Livable Communities Coalition The Livable Communities Coalition is metro Atlanta region’s smart growth catalyst.

Mothers & Others for Clean Air Mothers & Others for Clean Air is a partnership dedicated to improving air quality for all Georgians by educating the public about the negative health impacts of air pollution and engaging people in both individual change and public policy advocacy.

Park Pride Park Pride is a non-profit organization is dedicated to leading and inspiring action for parks and greenspace.

PEDS PEDS is a member-based advocacy organization dedicated to making metro Atlanta safe and accessible for all pedestrians.

Sustainable Atlanta Sustainable Atlanta is a facilitator of the collective work of government, business, institutions, non-profits and organizations to develop and implement the action plan for environmental sustainability in Atlanta.

The City of Atlanta encourages residents to use alternative forms of transportation. Here are some of City of Atlanta facilities that offer secure bicycle racks. We hope you’ll take advantage of them.

Atlanta City Hall
55 Trinity Ave, SW 30303

Atlanta Public Safety Headquarters
Garnett St. SW, 30303

Adamsville Recreation Center
3201 M.L. King, Jr. Drive, SW 30311

Bessie Branham Recreation Center
2051Delano Drive, NE 30317

Chastain Park
4001 Powers Ferry Rd NW
Atlanta, GA 30342-4027

City of Atlanta Government Center Parking Deck
Washington St, 30307

Grant Park
840 Cherokee Ave SE, Atlanta, GA‎

Hartsfield Jackson International Airport Fire Station #33
1401 S Loop Rd., College Park, GA 30337

Morningside Recreation Center
1053 E. Rock Spring Road, NE 30306

Peachtree Hills Recreation Center
308 Peachtree Hills Avenue, SW 30305

Piedmont Park
1071 Piedmont Avenue, 30309

Rosel Fann Recreation Center
365 Cleveland Avenue, SE 30354

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