The Decatur Neighborhood Alliance (DNA) is an informal organization representing all neighborhood associations, condominium owners groups and block organizations that have been identified within the City of Decatur. The goal of the organization, which formed in 2000, is to to share information and encourage interaction between neighborhoods. A database of contact information for neighborhood groups is regularly updated to help improve communication within the city. The DNA group is an outgrowth of the Decatur Round Tables project. For more information call Lee Ann Harvey, 678-553-6548, or email LeeAnn.Harvey@decaturga.com.
Representatives from Decatur neighborhood associations, block associations, condominiums, townhomes, Homeowner Associations (HOA), apartment complexes or those interested in starting a neighborhood group are invited to attend the Decatur Neighborhood Alliance meetings. The meetings are hosted by the Lifelong Community Advisory Board’s Decatur Neighbors committee. Find out more about Decatur for a Lifetime resources and how you can become involved.
Decatur Neighborhood Alliance Meeting
Wed., October 18, 2017 at 6:30 p.m.
Decatur Recreation Center
231 Sycamore St.
Courtney Fritch, Project Manager with the Public Works department, will present findings from the recent sidewalk survey on Wed., October 18 at 6:30 p.m. at Decatur Recreation Center. Ms. Fritch will discuss the criteria used and the training received by dozens of Decatur residents who volunteered to assist with documenting the condition of sidewalks throughout the city. She will also discuss how this data will be used to prioritize future repairs. There will also time for networking and small group discussions with other neighborhood representatives.
To confirm your neighborhood’s attendance at the meeting and provide any updates to your neighborhood association’s listing that is currently posted on the Neighborhood Groups page, please contact Lee Ann Harvey at email@example.com or call 678-553-6548. Please also share your ideas for future meeting topics.
Mark Your Calendar:
National Neighborhood Day: Sun., September 17, 2017 - What will your neighborhood be doing? Visit the National Neighborhood Day website for ideas.
Watch Decatur eLife's video on the March 26, 2008 Decatur Neighborhood Alliance meeting: