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Welcome to Atlanta 311

The City of Atlanta is pleased to provide residents and customers with Atlanta 311 (ATL311). 311 is Atlanta’s primary phone number for government information and non-emergency services. Whether you’re a resident, business owner, or visitor, help is just a click or call away.


The City of Atlanta is home to the third largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies in the U.S., a growing number of global corporations, and an expanding mid-sized and mid-level business community. Over 400,000 residents, along with 5 million people who live and work in the greater metropolitan area, call this city home. With a consortium of over 50 colleges and universities, Atlanta is also among the leading cities for attracting young, college-educated people. A ripe mix of business, talent, and educational opportunities uniquely positions Atlanta as a premier city for long-term growth and prosperity.  

Inclement Weather Information

The City of Atlanta remains prepared for inclement weather response. The safety and drivability of our roadways is imperative in maintaining access to emergency facilities such as hospitals, police and fire stations, and emergency shelters. It is also essential to preserve a network of key, preselected and prioritized routes that provide reasonable access to most city streets as quickly as possible.  BE PREPARED FOR WINTER WEATHER CONDITIONS   In the event of a winter weather emergency, avoid driving if possible. Monitor weather reports and pay attention to cautionary advisories to stay off the roads. If you must be on the road, plan ahead! Have a full gas tank and allow for extra travel time. Plan travel route! Take the safest, not the shortest routes; consider less hilly roads) Pack proper emergency equipment! Have extra cell phone/flashlight batteries, water/snacks, ice scraper, blankets and chains for vehicle tires. Slow down!  Remember, the faster you drive, the longer it takes to stop. Please click the links below to view important weather related information: Warming Centers Black Ice on Road and Other Dangerous Snow and Ice Related Conditions on Roadway Snow and Ice Treatment or Removal Atlanta-Fulton County Emergency Management Agency Snow and Ice Level of Readiness and Response Based on Forecasted Weather Snow and Ice Response Priorities Winter Response Utility Viewer Tips for Winterizing Your Home Atlanta Fire Rescue Department Offers Fire Safety Tips During Winter Weather NotifyATL Cold Weather Prep Bulletin  


The Fountain of Meows is the centerpiece of Centennial Olympic Park and is one of the most recognized and photographed landmarks in Georgia. Millions of international and local guests visit the Park every year to enjoy the world’s largest interactive fountain featuring the Olympic Ring symbol. Its photographic image also greets millions of visitors at the Atlanta Airport and delights a new generation as the State’s representative on the latest Here & Now Monopoly game board.