Becoming Better by Working Together!

WE HAVE ACCOMPLISHED SO MUCH TOGETHER! BELOW ARE A FEW OF OUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS!

Fire station 13 before Councilwoman Archibong ensured funding was allocated to rebuild the station.

Fire station 13 before Councilwoman Archibong ensured funding was allocated to rebuild the station.

Fire Station 13 after Councilwoman Archibong ensured funding was allocated to rebuild the station.

Fire Station 13 after Councilwoman Archibong ensured funding was allocated to rebuild the station.

THROUGH NATALYN'S LEADERSHIP, WE NOW HAVE:

  • The "Most Progressive" member on Council representing District 5, according to Atlanta Progressive News
  • The Edgewood Retail District, which employs over 1,600 people and generates $10.1 million in sales and property tax revenue per year
  • Saved Taxpayer dollars--Councilwoman Archibong voted no on a pay raise for city council
  • $40 Million Housing Opportunity Bond
  • Two new LEED certified fire stations- No. 13 (East Atlanta) and No. 18 (Kirkwood)
  • GreenStreet Properties-home to mixed development, retail and residential development located at Glenwood and Bill Kennedy Way
  • A city councilwoman who has managed $1.8 million in District Office Funds over three terms
  • More than $250 thousand for community projects that have resulted in community improvements across District 5
  • Secured funding for phase I and II of the East Atlanta Village and Kirkwood Business District Streetscapes that resulted in the installation of wider sidewalks, street furniture, bulb-outs, and street striping in our communities
  • Acquired 5 acres of land for the Kirkwood Urban Forrest (formerly known as the Eastside Greenway Project)
  • Secured $1.2 million to Purchases 6.2 Acres of Forested Land in East Atlanta
  • Successfully nominated Pratt Pullman Yard for designation as a landmark district
  • Supported legislation for multimillion dollar bond to help Atlanta's homeless
  • Successfully passed legislation for 180-day tree moratorium in Atlanta
  • Introduced legislation to solidify the council's stance on the Paris climate accord
  • Hosted 16 annual tire roundup & recycling events at CHaRM
  • Sponsored "Imagine Memorial" Project
  • Introduced ordinance for public art in Kirkwood
Fire Station 18 after Councilwoman Archibong ensured funding was allocated to rebuild the station.

Fire Station 18 after Councilwoman Archibong ensured funding was allocated to rebuild the station.

I believe in District 5, and I look forward to continuing to work with you to make District 5 the best District in Atlanta!
— Councilwoman Natalyn Mosby Archibong
Edgewood Retail District

Edgewood Retail District

Additional Achievements:

  • Renovation of Butler Park, which serves as an affordable place for people to exercise, enjoy nature, and spend time with family and friends;
  • Acquisition of Cabbagetown Community Center, which has inspired communities to grow together;
  • Acquired over 2 acres of land for Cabbagetown Park;
  • Acquired 2 acres of land for the Harold Avenue Greenspace for Lake Claire; and
  • a District 5 public safety liaison (note: District 5 is the first district to have this position)
Natalyn's annual Tire Round-Up event

Natalyn's annual Tire Round-Up event

Natalyn's Signature Events

  • District 5 Tire Round-Up, which has collected more than 12,00 tires and reduced mosquito born illness;
  • Focus Upon Senior Services (F.U.S.S.) seminar, which has helped more than 1,000 District 5 seniors learn about water conservation, homestead exemptions, and other vital government services;
  • Battle of Atlanta Commemoration, which showcases the diverse contributions of Atlantans to our communities since the Civil War; and
  • District 5's Small Business Seminar, which informs interested neighbors about small business loans, how to secure a business license, and contracting opportunities with the City of Atlanta