City Commission Meetings 

  • Monday, October 6; 7:30 pm
  • Monday, October 20; 7:30pm

UDO Work Sessions (City Hall):

  • Monday, Sep 22; 5-8pm
  • Wednesday, Sep 24; 5-8pm

Don’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.

Sept 23: Fall WPNA Meeting

Sept 23: DBA Meeting

Sept 25: Oakhurst Jazz Night

Sept 26: Fall Equinox Concert at Bradley Observatory

Sept 27: Madison Avenue Soap Box Derby

Sept 27: YEA! Art Event for Young Emerging Artists

Sept 30: Restaurants for Repairs

Sept 30: Holiday Ornament Unveiling

Oct 4-5: Maker Faire

Oct 11: 17th Annual Oakhurst Arts and Music Festival

Oct 12: Winnona Park Fall Picnic

Oct 14: ONA Meeting

As the formation of new cities are being considered in DeKalb County, annexations by existing Cities are also under discussion and Decatur is considering its options. To see a map showing potential areas of annexation, see:

http://www.decaturga.com/index.aspx?page=660

In addition, City Manager, Peggy Merriss was recently interviewed on WABE:

http://wabe.drupal.publicbroadcasting.net/post/dekalb-cityhood-movement-affects-decaturs-annexation-plans

Decatur Business Association meeting

Date: September 23, 2014

Time: 5:15pm – 7pm

Location: Decatur CoWorks

Winnona Park Neighborhood Association meeting

Tuesday, September 23; 7pm

Winnona Park Elementary School

The winner of the new WPNA logo will be announced!

Official Voting is now taking place for the new Winnona Park Neighborhood Association’s (WPNA) logo.
All WPNA members in good standing may vote and should have received an email with voting instructions. If you have not received an email but feel you are a member of the WPNA please contact treasurer@winnonapark.org. 

If you are not a member but would like to join and vote please follow this link for instructions on how to join: http://winnonapark.org/dues.htm.

Car Free Day

Wednesday, September 24

Join Decatur Active Living and the City of Decatur as we celebrate Car Free Day on Wednesday, September 24 at the Blue Sky Concert on the Square.

Car Free Days aim to be fun, free events encouraging people to get out of their cars and run, walk, cycle or take public transit. The central vision of Car Free Day is urban mobility that is not dependent on the private automobile. 

Blue Sky Concert

Wednesday, September 24; 12noon-1pm

http://decaturdba.com/dba_business.php?nl_id=127#3242

Oakhurst Jazz Nights

Thursday, September 25; 7-9pm

Solarium Grounds

321 W Hill St

Emrah Kotan Quartet

http://www.oakhurstjazznights.com/

Fall Equinox Concert: “Light Years”

Friday, September 26; 8-9pm

Agnes Scott College – Bradley Observatory

Music with Allison Adams, Ashley Filip and Billy Gewin 

Saturday, September 27

DEA Drug Take Back Day at the Decatur Police Department in the Beacon Municipal Center

420 W Trinity Pl

10am-2pm

For more information, email Jennifer Ross: Jennifer.ross@decaturga.com

http://www.decaturga.com/index.aspx?page=33&recordid=7188

Fourth Annual Madison Avenue Soap Box Derby

10am-3pm

This unique non-motorized racing event challenges amateur racers to design and build gravity-powered soapbox cars to compete against the clock in a downhill race. Not to be confused with the National All-American Soapbox Derby, The Madison Ave. Soapbox Derby is a race for amateur drivers, which is fueled by creativity and family fun.  The Rules and Regulations are not intended to hinder any creativity but rather allow for a safe race for both the drivers and spectators.

http://madisonavesoapboxderby.org/

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