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 meet twice a year (on the fourth Wednesday in April and October) 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.
Decatur Neighborhood Alliance Meeting
Wed., March 15 at 6:30 p.m.
Decatur Recreation Center
231 Sycamore St.
The March 2017 will address some of the concerns that neighborhood leaders had at the last meeting. While this meeting will build on that conversation, it is open to all neighborhood leaders. The meeting will also focus on identifying neighborhood geographic boundaries.
All neighborhoods are encouraged to send one or two representatives. There was also a great deal of interest in succession planning for neighborhood boards and committees. One way to do this is to get more to get more neighbors involved. Come and share your successes and challenges with building and maintaining neighborhood leadership.
Please call 678-553-6548 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the Decatur Neighborhood Alliance and/or to update your neighborhood association listing that is currently posted on the website.
Watch Decatur eLife's video on the March 26, 2008 Decatur Neighborhood Alliance meeting: