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


The Midtown Tour of Homes is right around the corner - December 6th from 6pm - 10pm! This year, we're doing a special night time "Tour of Lights" - homes on the Tour will be decked out for the holidays. Tickets are on sale now at http://bit.ly/MNA_MTOHTix.
The Midtown Neighbors' Association invites you to learn more about designating Midtown as a Local Historic District at this informational presentation and Q&A by the City of Atlanta's Office of Planning.
The December Midtown Book Club chat was on Wednesday, December 10, 2014. We will be discussing our December selection, Lamb by Christopher Moore.
The November Land Use meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, December 16, 2014. The Land Use Committee regularly meets the 3rd Tuesday each month at Jason's Deli on 10th Street. Meetings begin at 7:pm. Please click on heading for a list of applicants and the Land Use agenda.

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Upcoming Events
Tuesday Dec 2, 2014
NPU-E - 1st Tuesday Each Month 6:30 PM to 9 PM at Peachtree Christian Church
Midtown Holiday Tour of Homes 5 PM to 10 PM
Monday Dec 8, 2014
Historic Overlay District Q&A 7 PM to 8 PM at Grace United Methodist Church
Wednesday Dec 10, 2014
Midtown Book Club: December 10, 2014 - Lamb by Christopher Moore 8 PM to 10 PM at Barnes & Noble @ Tech Square Ongoing until Jan 14, 2015
Tuesday Dec 16, 2014
Monthly Land Use Meeting - 3rd Tuesday Each Month 7 PM to 9 PM at Jason's Deli Midtown Community Room Ongoing until Jan 20, 2015