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ATL 311 – Non-emergency City of Atlanta Services
Atlanta City Council – Byron Amos, District 3
Atlanta City Council – Dustin Hillis, District 9
Atlanta Fire & Rescue Department Car Seat program – Residents can receive a free child car safety seat: 404-546-7000 (Zone 1)
City of Atlanta – Bureau of Code Compliance (Code Enforcement) – 404-330-6190 (24hrs complaint hotline).
City of Atlanta – Code Busters DCP email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Atlanta Planning Advisory Board (APAB) – a representative Board of citizens made up of every Neighborhood Planning Unit district of Atlanta. APAB meets regularly on the third Saturday of each month at 10:00am.
Neighborhood Planning Unit J – Monthly meeting @ 7pm every 4th Tuesday of the month.
Property Tax Exemptions – Find out how to apply for homestead and senior tax exemptions! Do you live in the home you own? If so, you may be eligible to save hundreds of dollars on your property taxes. Public agencies want to help homeowners benefit and stay in their homes.
EmpowerLine – Free certified professionals and helpful online resources including: Transportation needs, care for a loved one, food and medication delivery, housing, financial assistance, and more.
Habitat for Humanity – Our Repair with Kindness program helps qualified homeowners make critical home repairs that reduce health or safety hazards or improve weatherization. Repairs may include: accessibility improvements, carpentry, roof repairs or replacement, storm windows and doors. As an Aging in Place affiliate, Atlanta Habitat offers additional services to RWK participants aged 55 and over.
Legal Aid – A nonprofit law firm that provides free legal services to those who qualify including Housing Law (Evictions, Landlord Repair Issues, Subsidized Housing, Homeownership Issues), Family Law (Domestic Violence, Custody/Visitation, Divorce, Child Support/Alimony), Education Law (Student Discipline, Special Education/IEPs), Consumer Law (Collections, Contracts, Warranties, Loan Problems), Estate Law (Probate, Will, Advanced Directives, Year’s Support, Power of Attorney, Guardianship), Benefits (Social Security, Food Stamps, TANF, Medicaid, Medicare, Unemployment Compensation).
N.O.W. Program – The Grove Park Foundation’s Neighborhood Opportunities for Wealth Program (N.O.W.), is an economic mobility and affordable housing initiative of the Grove Park Foundation and its partners. The N.O.W. Program is comprised of experienced organizations dedicated to the mission of investing in the lives of individuals and families that live and work in Grove Park and the surrounding neighborhoods.