Midtown Neighbors Association

Welcome to the Midtown Neighbors Association

"The MNA provides a mechanism by which Midtown concerns can be relayed and addressed with the City, Neighborhood Planning Units, Board of Education, and organizers of events at Piedmont Park and on our streets. The MNA provides services to Midtown residents such as the safety light program, and organizes social activities to further neighborhood ties." ~ Neighbor on Durant Place
Civic Responsibility
"MNA is the only body officially recognized by City government that represents the residents. MNA gives us a place at the table on issues affecting the residents." ~ Neighbor on Myrtle Street
Quality of Life
"I care about the community I live in. By being involved in MNA, I know what’s going on, and I can be a part of the solution." ~ Neighbor on 6th Street
Community Engagement
"We joined to meet fellow Midtowners who share our interests and concerns. We have made both friends and business contacts and have participated in Midtown’s improvement. It’s great fun." ~ Neighbor on Juniper

On December 8, 2014, the Midtown Neighbors' Association and City of Atlanta Department of Planning held an informational Q&A about Historic District Overlays and impact on Midtown. Notes from that meeting are inside:
The December License and Permit meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, December 17, 2014 at 6:30. Please note the meeting is taking place early in December because of Christmas. The meetings take place in the Community Room at Jason's Deli on 10th Street near Myrtle. To see the agenda, please click on the heading above. If you have any questions or comments for the License & Permit Committee, please contact us via email at LicensePermits@midtownatlanta.org.
The next scheduled meeting of the MNA Board of Directors will be held on Thursday, December 18, 2014 in the Community Room at Jason's Deli, located at 230 10th Street. Note: the December Board Meeting is taking place December 18 because of Christmas. All Board of Directors meetings are open to the public. The MNA encourages all our neighbors and any interested parties to attend our Board meetings.
The January Midtown Book Club chat is on Wednesday, January 14, 2015. We will be discussing our January selection, 100 Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

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