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Transportation Committee

Do you see places in our neighborhood where fixing the infrastructure could improve the lives of your neighbors and you? Please join us if you find yourself passionate about sidewalks, pedestrian safety, bike lanes, and maybe even parking. 

Priorities

Transportation-Related Issues & Needs

Sidewalks &
Pedestrian Safety

Other
Infrastructure

Meeting and Contact Info

The Transportation Committee meets regularly meet with our City of Atlanta council member's staff, usually via Zoom, but sometimes in-person, on the second Wednesday of each month at 7 PM.

https://zoom.us/j/94506583504

Meeting ID: 945 0658 3504

Resources

ATL311 is the first place residents should try when they need information about City of Atlanta services or if they encounter an issue in the neighborhood the City of Atlanta should know about.

  • Customer Service Center availability: Monday-Friday

  • Phone (within Atlanta city limits): 311

  • Phone (outside Atlanta city limits): 404-546-0311 

  • Fax: 404-221-9518

  • Email: atl311@atlantaga.gov

  • Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram: @ATL311

  • Smartphone app: ATL311 Mobile App

  • Website: https://www.atl311.com/311

The Department of Watershed Management provides services across Atlanta pertaining to water and wastewater. You may contact them to report a water leakage, for information on water service interruptions, and for other related reasons.
 

City of Atlanta has entrusted city street light repair to Georgia Power. To report a street light outage/issue, click the link below and follow the instructions at the top of the page. Anecdotally, light repairs happen within 48 hours.

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