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  • 18 Feb 2019 10:47 PM | Deleted user

    Oral History Pilot Program in Westview:  

    This program is being led by Georgia State students while overseen by their Professor who specialize in Oral Histories. This program will be in collaboration with the WCO, and this is where we need your help!

    Are you interested in being involved? OR

    Can you nominate long-term neighbors who may be interested in telling the story of their lives in Westview?

    Please fill out this form out: Click Here or email:

  • 11 Feb 2019 2:33 PM | Deleted user

    The WCO community engagement crew & neighbors tackled clearing vines from the neighborhood this past weekend. We would like to thank everyone for your support and hard work! 

    Follow our instagram for more photos & demos! @westviewatlanta

    Below are just a few images that were captured from this event: 

  • 8 Feb 2019 5:15 PM | Deleted user



    February 9th Starting at 8:30AM  - 1439 Gordon Street SW, Atlanta, GA 30310

    Follow the event on facebook: click here

    Help Clean Up Vines In Westview

    In January we featured an article on the impact of English Ivy and our trees -- English Ivy suffocates the trees and with the right wind this will cause our tress to fall over. 

    Westview Vine Crew wants to get out there and clean up the vines starting at the Community Garden lot (1439 S. Gordon) and then they will make their way toward Willard Ave. in the alley between S. Gordon St. and Stokes Ave. The Westview Vine Crew will be demonstrating various techniques. Please join the fun!


    We encourage you to wear boots / tough work shoes, thick jeans / pants, and work gloves. 


    If you have, please bring your chainsaw, hatchet, loppers, machetes, battery powered reciprocating saws (sawzalls), or any other tools you can use to cut these vines!

  • 6 Feb 2019 2:29 PM | Deleted user

    Please complete the survey as this will directly effect our neighborhood:

    Survey is due Thursday February 7th 2019


    The Renew Atlanta/TSPLOST programs, launched in 2015 and 2016, were created to address the $1B+ infrastructure backlog facing the city. TSPLOST is currently facing the challenge to deliver on all projects as the cost to deliver the full scope of the initial program considerably exceeds the funding available from the Renew Atlanta Bond and TSPLOST revenues.

    For more background visit the Renew Atlanta website:

    WCO representative attending the TSPLOST initial meeting at Grady High, and was presented with 3 scenarios. Each scenario had different funding allocated to different projects. There was a breakout session to further discuss the scenarios. Each group came to a consensus on which scenario they preferred (a tally was taken) and in that scenario each person were to come up with their top 3 projects, and also 2 wish list projects.


    On the list of projects were Cascade Ave Phase 2 (Complete Streets), RDA (Complete Streets) and Cascade Ave TCC (Transportation Connection Corridor).

    • RDA is currently listed as "fully funded" meaning regardless of what scenario they go with ultimately, RDA will still be completed.
    • Cascade Ave Phase 2 was listed as "Design Only". It was shared that projects listed as design only were NOT guaranteed to be completed and would ONLY be completed through their current design stage (so if it is in conceptual design - that's where it will end) until additional funding is secured.

    Our representative, Louis Ali, did raise the concern regarding the recent fatalities within Westview. Both were within less than 1 month's time frame and urged the session leaders to reconsider their priorities.

  • 6 Feb 2019 11:26 AM | Deleted user

    Hello Neighbors!

    We have been moving quickly in 2019: adding a new facebook group while also updating our instagram and website. With these changes, we wanted to provide you a little more direction to better navigate. 

    Please reach out to us at if you have any questions. 



    *note: this is managed by a neighbor

  • 24 Jan 2019 12:13 PM | Deleted user

    Below are the highlights that we have collected from January:

    • Bylaws 2019
    • Slutty Vegan had a busy month in January: More Details
    • We encourage you to attend the Enota Park Meeting: More Details
    • Super Bowl road closures: Click Here Free things to do in Atlanta the week of the Super Bowl: More Details
    • Homestead Exemptions: Learn More
    • English ivy covers many trees in Westview. Learn how you can control this: More Details
    • Friendly reminder to pay 2019 dues: Pay Here and 7PM on February 4th is the next WCO meeting at Calvary United Methodist Church

  • 10 Jan 2019 10:34 PM | Deleted user

    West End received grant funding from The Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta for the West End YouWork Youth Internship program! They will be connecting 15 youth (ages 14-18) in the Washington cluster of schools (Brown MS, KIPP STRIVE Academy, Washington HS) with internship opportunities in local West End and Westview businesses. These are paid internships and offer teens the opportunity to learn valuable job skills and career-readiness experience.  

    The program will run from February through May.



    PLEASE CLICK THE LINK BELOW to find out how you can support!

  • 10 Jan 2019 10:30 PM | Deleted user

    Change is coming to Bulk collection in the city of Atlanta! Beginning April, 2019 Bulk Collection will have to be scheduled via Atlanta311For info on what is considered Bulk, how to schedule a Bulk collection, or how many collections you are allowed, visit:

  • 10 Jan 2019 10:17 PM | Deleted user

    Slutty Vegan has their grand opening on Sunday, January 13th 2019. We are excited to welcome this innovative concept to the community! Here is info based on facts as we have them right now:

    • The restaurant announced plans to close access to E. Ontario from RDA. The NPU did not approve this and we have no evidence of a city permit. Kiyomi and I have asked for this to be produced or for plans to be adjusted. If the road is closed residents will have access via StokesAve. If permitting is correct for a closure we have given the expectation that the restaurant communicate with the residents of E. Ontario.

    • Expect this to be a big opening! There will be increased traffic around Westview. We have asked the team at SV to work to keep parking and traffic in the Flats and not on the adjacent residential streets.
    • A formal request was made to ensure that the line for the restaurant runs down RDA towards the Westview Corner Grocery and not down E. Ontario. Thanks to Patrick and Steffi and the team at the grocery for opening their parking lot to help make this happen.

    • Slutty Vegan is very popular and I would expect there to be a period of adjustment as we get used to them and vice versa. I would encourage the community to exercise patience. Please send any feed back to my email I’ll compile feedback and share it with Kiyomi the President of the Retail Association in an effort to coordinate helping the restaurant adjust plans

    • Enjoy the burgers if you are lucky enough to get one before they sell out!

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