The Atlanta BeltLine is transforming the city with a combination of rail, trail, greenspace, housing and art. It will ultimately connect 45 in town neighborhoods, provide first and last mile connectivity for regional transportation initiatives, and put Atlanta on a path to 21st century economic growth and sustainability.
The Beltline West Trail site, located at 163 Holderness, is a former community gardening area that will be getting transformed from a machine holding site to a community pocket park. Beltline has placed a focus on creating an open area on this site so to allow neighbors access to an open landscape were children can run and play sports.
Scope of work- Work will involve clearing overgrowth, prepping team buckets, organizing tools, prepping lumber, and marking paths.
What To Wear :
Boots and gloves, will be focusing on outdoor work
What To Bring :
water bottle and sun protection
parking is available at both sites either on street
Inclement Weather Plan :
will provide ponchos for rain but event will be canceled if weather is extreme (lightning, hail, etc.),
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