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CCI: NPU Initiative

February 8 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

The Center for Civic Innovation recently launched the NPU Initiative – an independently-led, multi-year study and review of the city’s historic Neighborhood Planning Unit (NPU) system.

Join us on Saturday, February 8th at the Center for Civic Innovation, for our first working session of 2020! We will be discussing what’s in store for 2020, and what partnerships we need in order to achieve our goals.

Want to participate but feel like you need to get up to speed on NPUs and the NPU Initiative first? Feel free to join us early at 11:30 am so we can fill you in on the basics.

About the NPU Initiative

The Center for Civic Innovation believes that if we strengthen systems of local engagement where people’s voices and ideas are heard, we will improve trust and have programs and services that better reflect the needs of people.

While the City of Atlanta has seen a lot of change since Mayor Maynard Jackson took office in 1974, its formal community engagement system of Neighborhood Planning Units has not. As noted in the Atlanta City Design, Resilient Atlanta strategy, the Community Development & Human Services Committee’s 2018 Goals & Objectives, and the new HouseATL recommendations, our NPU system needs evaluation.

CCI is launching the NPU Initiative to conduct a multi-year study and review of the Neighborhood Planning Unit (NPU) system. The NPU system was created to empower Atlanta residents to learn about and engage with the city’s planning and budget processes to improve the future of their neighborhoods and the city as a whole. We will evaluate the current state of this system and advocate for ways to strengthen it.


February 8
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm


Center for Civic Innovation
115 Martin Luther King Jr Dr SW
Atlanta, GA 30303 United States
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