Preserving History. Embracing Diversity. Building Community.
The Grant Park Neighborhood Association (GPNA) is a community organization that was formed over 50 years ago. It was established in Atlanta, Georgia, to unite the residents of the Grant Park neighborhood and advocate for their interests.
In the 1960s, the Grant Park area was facing significant challenges, including deteriorating infrastructure, crime, and disinvestment. The community members recognized the need to come together to address these issues effectively.
Over the years, the GPNA has become a vital part of the Grant Park community, working to improve the quality of life for its residents. The association has been instrumental in addressing community concerns related to zoning, land use, public safety, and environmental issues.
Today, the GPNA continues to work to ensure that Grant Park remains a vibrant and thriving community. The organization advocates for new development that respects the history of the neighborhood while also enhancing the community's diversity and vitality.
GPNA has a long and rich history of working to improve the quality of life for its residents. Its legacy of community engagement and advocacy has made it an essential part of the Grant Park community.
We partner with local governing bodies and officials to amplify the voices in our community.
Neighborhood Planning Unit - W
Neighborhood Planning Units are the official venue for residents to express concerns and provide the city recommendations on issues and to participate in developing plans to address the needs of each neighborhood. Learn more.
Council Member Jason Winston
Jason is serving his first term as a member of the Atlanta City Council representing the residents of District 1. Learn More.
Council Member Liliana Bakhtiari
Liliana was born and raised in Atlanta and is serving her first term as a member of the Atlanta City Council, representing the residents of District 5. Learn more.