Monday, Apr 14 & 28
Monday, May 5

City Commission meetings
7:30 pm City HallDon’t forget!

The City Commission meetings are now streaming live. To access the streaming video option, visit www.decaturga.com and click on City Government, City Commission, Streaming Video.

Throughout April: Don’t Miss Jazz Nights in Oakhurst!

Apr 14: Oakhurst Neighborhood Association Meeting

Apr 22: Decatur Business Association meeting

Apr 19: Earth Day!

May 3: Oakhurst Cooperative Pre-school Beat the Street for Little Feet annual 5K

The City of Decatur’s 2014 Neighborhood Spring Cleanup Days will be held on Saturdays in March, April, May and June from 8:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., or until finished, whichever is sooner. Complete instructions and specific date for each street, including a list of acceptable and unacceptable is available at the Public Works Solid Waste Collections web page.  All items must be placed at the curb no later than 7:30am. The complete schedule is listed on the webpage:  http://www.decaturga.com/Modules/ShowDocument.aspx?documentid=4832

  If you have any questions, please contact Sean Woodson: have any questions, please contact Sean Woodson at sean.woodson@decaturga.com or 404-377-5571. 

Oakhurst Jazz Nights continue–April 10, 17, and 24.

All concerts begin at 7 pm and end at 9 pm and are free and open to the public. The location is the lawn in front of The Solarium at 321 W. Hill St. 30030 in the Oakhurst neighborhood of Decatur. Concerts take place rain or shine. The rain location is The Solarium.

For a complete schedule and more information, see:

http://www.oakhurstjazznights.com/

Community Budget Gatherings in Decatur

The City of Decatur is hosting a Community Budget Gathering on Tuesday, April 8 from4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at Universal Joint, 906 Oakview Road. Join Budget Manager Meredith Roark, Assistant City Manager Andrea Arnold and others interested in learning about the city’s budget process.If you missed the Budget Expo (Touch-a-Budget), this is your chance to find out how the budget process works and give your input.

This is the first of two meetings. The second meeting will be at City Hall on May 13 at 7 pm. Click here to find the current 2013-2014 budget. Space is limited so sign up today with Meredith atMeredith.Roark@decaturga.com or call 404-370-4102.

 

April 11-13, 2013

Location: Oakhurst Garden, 435 Oakview Road, Decatur, GA 30030

Dates and times: April 11-13, 2014, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. each day

Cash, check, and all credit cards accepted

Not in town during the sale?  Don’t worry, all remaining plants will be available for purchase in the sales yard in front of the Wylde Center office located at 435 Oakview Road, Decatur, GA  30030.

http://wyldecenter.org/plant-sale/

EASTER EGG HUNT – presented by the Decatur Business Associaiton

Saturday, April 12
Decatur First Baptist Church, 308 Clairemont Ave.

Hop on over to the front lawn of Decatur First Baptist Church. The bunny arrives at 10:30 am and the hunt begins at 11 am sharp. Be sure to arrive on time, because the bunny waits for no one!

Monday, April 14th 7:00pm

ONA Monthly Meeting

Solarium - 321 W. Hill Street  

The next public input sessions:

Sustainability | April 16 | Decatur City Hall | 7-9pm
How does the community feel about incorporating “green standards” into buildings and sites? Are we willing to accept increased costs to achieve certain environmental goals? If so, how, and under what circumstances?

New/Amended Zoning Districts | April 23 | Decatur City Hall | 7-9pm
The Strategic Plan’s goals for a more diversified housing mix reflect a gap — what we’re calling the missing middle — between our predominantly single-family residential and our downtown. This session explores the idea of transitional districts to accommodate things like live/work units, downtown-friendly townhouses, small-scale apartment buildings, neighborhood-scaled mixed use, cottage courts, and more, and gauges the circumstances under which such solutions might make sense.

Saturday, April 19, 1-4pm: City of Decatur Earth Day Festival!

The City of Decatur, in partnership with the Wylde Center, will be holding its annual Decatur Earth Day Festival (DEDF) on Saturday, April 19, 2014, 1-4 p.m. at the Oakhurst Garden at the corner of Oakview and South McDonough, Decatur. This celebration of Earth Day is Pirate themed and is a fun and festive way for more than 400 members of the community to come together and pARRRticipate in celebrating the 45th Anniversary of Earth Day at the city’s OFFICIAL EARTH DAY PARTY. Show your support and like our Facebook Page. The celebration will kick off with a pirate led pARRRade that will go from Harmony Park to the Oakhurst GARRRden site, beginning at 12:30 pm. We have an exciting array of events planned for children, youth and adults and include

• Event will be cancelled in the event of thunder and lightning, but not for light rain.

For more information: http://wyldecenter.org/decatur-earth-day-festival/

Decatur Business Association meeting

When: April 22, 2014

Starts: 5:15 pm

Ends: 7:00 pm

Location: Wylde Center, 435 Oakview Rd.

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