Becoming Better by Working Together!

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

Firestation No. 18 in Kirkwood

Firestation No. 18 in Kirkwood

THROUGH NATALYN'S LEADERSHIP, WE NOW HAVE:

  • The Edgewood Retail District, which employs over 1,600 people and generates $10.1 million in sales and property tax revenue
  • 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
  • Managed $1.8 million in District Office Funds over three terms
  • Allocated more than $250 thousand to 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)

 

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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

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)
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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