MWC Visioning Process Final
Park Pride, the nonprofit organization whose mission is to encourage the development of more and better parks all over Atlanta, facilitated the vision process for Mountain Way Common between September, 2012 and May, 2013.
Park Pride’s Visioning team, Walt Ray and Becky Katz, lead our neighborhood through a series of public meetings to develop the vision. The whole community was encouraged to come and “have their say” about the future of the greenspace.
The Conceptual Plan
We’ve had excellent, engaged community participation throughout the process. The result is a strong conceptual vision for the refreshing, vibrant asset Mountain Way Common can become for our neighborhood.
The Mountain Way Common Vision Plan is a conceptual rendering of the community vision, including:
The Vision Plan:
Concepts will go through standard engineering evaluations and permitting processes with the appropriate governing bodies before implementation. Mountain Way Common is subject to local and state codes regulating land use, building and watershed protection.
Download a PDF of the Conceptual Vision Plan here.
At the May 4th community meeting, neighbors ranked priorities for the space. Based on community feedback, Friends of Mountain Way Common are working on:
How You Can HelpHelp launch Mountain Way Common, creating a refreshing, vibrant community space for us all. Our goal is to raise $210,000 to implement Phase 1 projects.
Learn more about the Phase One Plan.
Visioning Steering Committee Meeting Minutes
To plan for and facilitate the gathering of neighborhood input, a steering committee met monthly. Here are the minutes from the visioning steering committee meetings: