To protect the health and safety of our staff and customers, and to help mitigate the impact of COVID-19, the Atlanta Police Department will not be dispatched to the scene of non-injury automobile accidents. If you are involved in an automobile accident with no injuries please complete the SR-13 form that can be found by clicking here. **The SR-13 form is for your records only, please do not submit the form to APD**
The Use of Force Advisory Council was launched on June 10, 2020 by Mayor Bottoms with the goal of evaluating Atlanta Police Departments’ Use of Force procedures and developing recommendations on areas for improvement. The Mayor has directed the group to develop two outputs: 1)14-day report on initial findings and 2) a more comprehensive 45-day report. The City of Atlanta wants to hear feedback from the community on the focus areas and preliminary recommendations developed by the Mayor’s Use of Force Advisory Council. This survey is being conducted on behalf of the Use of Force Advisory Council, created by Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, to collect input from the community on the efforts led thus far on use of force by the Atlanta Police Department (APD). The Advisory Council is comprised of Atlantans who are passionate and have, expertise and, experience regarding criminal justice reform and policing. If you have any questions about this survey please contact email@example.com. The survey will remain open until Wednesday, July 29, 2020. Your participation is greatly appreciated. To take the survey, click here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/67QXW7Z
The City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management has now lifted the boil water advisory issued on Saturday, June 27, 2020, for all affected areas. Sampling has confirmed there was no contamination of the public water system. Water may be used for all purposes without boiling. The Georgia Environmental Protection Division has been notified. The main break has been effectively isolated to the localized area of Georgia Tech, and repairs to the water main are on-going. Pressures are normal throughout the system.
The City of Atlanta announces that ATL311 and the Department of Public Works Office of Solid Waste Services will be closed Monday, May 25, 2020, in observance of Memorial Day. All residential collection services will run one day behind throughout the holiday week, beginning with services scheduled on Monday. Customers whose regular collection day is Friday will receive collection services on Saturday, May 30. If you have any questions about your collection date, please contact ATL311 on social media @ATL311 on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.
Mayor Keisha Bottoms issued a 14 day Stay at Home Order to curb the spread of COVID-19. The order requires Atlantans to remain in their homes. Individuals may leave only for essential activities/governmental functions or to operate essential businesses. More details can be found here: https://www.atlantaga.gov/Home/Components/News/News/13306/672
Due to a reduced workforce caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Department of Public Works is experiencing delays in Solid Waste Services (SWS), especially in yard trimming and recycling collections. Yard trimming collection WILL NOT be collected at this time. Other services, such as recycling, will be delayed but WILL BE collected. While delays are occurring, SWS will continue efforts to collect these items as soon as possible. We ask that you leave containerized recycling curbside to be collected with no fines being accumulated during this time. Thanks for your patience, and if you have questions, please visit https://bit.ly/DPWCOVID-19Updates.
The City of Atlanta offices, including ATL311, will be closed this Friday, July 3rd in observance of Independence Day! We will resume on Monday, July 6th, with our normal business hours, 7:00am-7:00pm. However, you can still make requests on our web portal or on the ATL311 mobile app! You can download our app in your app store today by searching ATL311. Trash collection will not be affected.
The City of Atlanta’s Department of Parks and Recreation is offering a virtual summer experience allowing kids to participate via Facebook Live or ZOOM! Please select the link below to view dates and times to log in via zoom: Virtual Camp Best Friends Zoom Meeting Morning Session – 9am – 12pm Afternoon Session – 2pm-4pm For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The City of Atlanta is supporting seniors with food insecurity during COVID-19 by partnering with meal and grocery delivery organizations. Seniors who reside in the City of Atlanta and are struggling to receive access to food during this time may apply to be a part of this program by completing the survey by clicking here. You may also contact ATL311 for information or help with filling out the survey by dialing 311 within the city limits or (404) 546-0311. Specific program eligibility requirements are listed below: Reside in the City of Atlanta; Age 60 or older; Low income (household income at or below 80% of the AMI); Not participating in any other senior food assistance program and meet one of the following criteria: Unable to leave home; Unable to prepare meals for themselves; or Unable to procure or utilize commercial home delivery services. * Completion of the survey does not guarantee acceptance into the program.
Currently, the City of Atlanta’s Centers of Hope Afterschool Meal Program provides dinner and a healthy snack to Atlanta’s students between the ages 5 – 18. Beginning Monday, March 16, 2020 the program will run on a modified schedule allowing students to receive meals between 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Locations for meal sites include the following City of Atlanta Recreation Centers: Adams Park Recreation Center CT Martin Recreation & Aquatic Center Anthony Flanagan Memorial Recreation Center Bessie Branham Recreation Center Coan Park Recreation Center Dunbar Recreation Center Grant Park Recreation Center Grove Park Recreation Center James Orange Recreation Center Martin Luther King, Jr. Recreation & Aquatic Center Arthur Langford Recreation Center Peachtree Hills Recreation Center Perkerson Park Recreation Center Pittman Park Recreation Center Rosel Fann Recreation Center C. A. Scott Recreation Center South Bend Recreation Center Thomasville Recreation Center William Walker Recreation Center The City of Atlanta Department of Parks and Recreation’s Centers of Hope Afterschool program provides engaging educational, recreational, and cultural programming. The mission of the program is to provide a safe, supportive, and structured environment that promotes a healthy and active lifestyle for students across Atlanta. The program focuses on the combination of education and play to empower youth to tackle the next school day with a positive outlook on life and community. Starting March 16, 2020, All Atlanta Public School (APS) students can receive daily FREE bagged meals at 5 school sites Monday – Friday 10AM to 12PM Douglass High School Cleveland Elementary Bunche Middle School Sylvan Middle School Phoenix Academy (formerly Crim High School) Beginning March 23, 2020 All APS families can report to the above locations Monday-Friday 10AM – 12PM to receive a bag of shelf stable grocery items.