We understand the importance of transformative civic projects to intown Atlanta neighborhoods. The BeltLine project promised a continuous path encircling the Atlanta connecting old railroad corridors. The 33 miles (53 km) of multi-use paths would spur parks and trails connecting 45 diverse neighborhoods.
The Eastside Trail was the first phase and connected the neighborhoods our team members live and work in – Midtown to Old Fourth Ward with Inman Park, Virginia Highlands, Ponce City Market, Krog Street Market along the way. We decided to adopt the Atlanta Beltline in 2011.
The Adopt-the-Atlanta BeltLine program is a partnership between Park Pride, Trees Atlanta, the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, and Atlanta BeltLine Inc. The program offers opportunities to contribute in helping improve and maintain the Atlanta BeltLine.
Our Segment of Adopt the Atlanta Beltline
The Real Estate Company adopted a portion of the Eastside Atlanta beltline trail. Our section is indicated by the red line from 10th and Monroe to approximately Greenwood Ave on the Atlanta beltline map below.
Adopt the Atlanta Beltline Over the Years
We chose to Adopt the Atlanta Beltline in 2011 and have been helping keep it clean ever since. We owe a special thanks to everyone who helped us along the way.
About Adopt the Atlanta Beltline Program
The Adopt the Atlanta BeltLine program is a partnership between Park Pride, Trees Atlanta, the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership and Atlanta BeltLine Inc. The program provides opportunities for businesses and community groups to play a direct role in improving and maintaining the Atlanta BeltLine corridor. Sponsor support the management and equipment needs of the adoption program.
Sponsors can volunteer alone, alongside other businesses and community groups or assist the efforts of existing “Friends of the Park” groups. The program depends on the enthusiasm of volunteers, community groups and businesses to improve the appearance, accessibility, and safety of the Atlanta BeltLine Corridor. Picking up litter, maintaining greenspace through weeding and invasive plant removal and reporting maintenance concerns, vandalism, or suspicious activities helps the cause.
We can use extra hands! Become a sponsor and an adopter! Sponsors receive recognition for supporting the overall program and adopters are responsible for volunteering on a regular basis to ensure their segment remains safe and clean.
- Team-building opportunity for community groups, businesses, and local organizations.
- Sense of doing good and contributing to the progress of the Atlanta BeltLine.
- Raising awareness for service opportunities and greenspace initiatives.
- To commit to a one-year, renewable segment adoption with monthly volunteer day.
- A training and orientation session from Park Pride
- That different segments of the BeltLine will require different volunteer support. Some segments may only necessitate litter clean-up, while others may need to be cleared of brush or invasive plants, weeded or monitored for maintenance concerns.
- That you’ll improve the moral of your peers by working side-by-side on a project that’s transforming Atlanta!
- Excellent volunteer support from the Park Pride Volunteer Program.
The Adopt the Atlanta Beltline program is a volunteer program that can always use the more help. If you’d like to help, apply to the Adopt-the-Atlanta BeltLine.