In-Person Community Engagement Meeting for 879 White Street

The Atlanta Land Trust is partnering with the City of Atlanta to host two community workshops to solicit your thoughts and ideas to develop affordable, neighborhood-scaled housing on City of Atlanta-owned property at 879 White St. Please join us for the second of these two meetings, which will be held on- site at 879 White … Continue Reading →

Virtual Community Engagement Meeting for 879 White Street

The Atlanta Land Trust is partnering with the City of Atlanta to host two community workshops to solicit your thoughts and ideas to develop affordable, neighborhood-scaled housing on City of Atlanta-owned property at 879 White St. Please join us for the first of these two meetings, which will be held via Zoom on Tuesday, February … Continue Reading →

Fix That! Home Repair Series: Plumbing Basics

The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, Atlanta Community ToolBank, Atlanta Land Trust, and House Proud are partnering to bring you the Fix That! Home Repair Series, an 4-part series of free online workshops focused on helping you make simple repairs in your home, save money on repairs, and making you safer and more secure in your home. … Continue Reading →

Fix That! Home Repair Series: Ask an Arborist

The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, Atlanta Community ToolBank, Atlanta Land Trust, and House Proud are partnering to bring you the Fix That! Home Repair Series, an 4-part series of free online workshops focused on helping you make simple repairs in your home, save money on repairs, and making you safer and more secure in your home. … Continue Reading →

Understanding and Appealing Fulton County Property Tax Assessments

The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, Atlanta Legal Aid, and Grove Park Foundation are partnering to guide property owners in BeltLine neighborhoods through the property tax assessment appeal process. Join this free, virtual information session designed to help you understand your property tax statement and options available if you want to appeal. Individual virtual consultations will be … Continue Reading →

Fix That! Home Repair Series: Outdoor Preventative Maintenance

The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, Atlanta Community ToolBank, Atlanta Land Trust, and House Proud are partnering to bring you the Fix That! Home Repair Series, an 4-part series of free online workshops focused on helping you make simple repairs in your home, save money on repairs, and making you safer and more secure in your home. … Continue Reading →

Fix That! Home Repair Series: Home Hacks

The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, Atlanta Community ToolBank, Atlanta Land Trust, and House Proud are partnering to bring you the Fix That! Home Repair Series, an 4-part series of free online workshops focused on helping you make simple repairs in your home, save money on repairs, and making you safer and more secure in your home. … Continue Reading →

Lower My Property Taxes: Filing for Homestead Exemption

Please join the Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, the Atlanta Legal Aid Society, and the Grove Park Foundation for a free virtual workshop designed to help Fulton County property owners learn about the homestead exemption and how it could help lower their 2021 property tax bill. A free virtual information session is scheduled for February 24 at … Continue Reading →

Creating Lasting Affordability Through Community Land Trusts

Unlike traditional affordable-housing policies and programs that have specific term limits, community land trusts help to create lasting affordability. More than 250 community land trusts in the United States provide affordable rental and homeownership opportunities largely for low-and moderate-income families in urban, suburban, and rural communities. If there is anything this pandemic has taught us, it … Continue Reading →

Understanding & Appealing Your Property Tax Assessment

Fulton County property owners will soon receive their 2020 property value assessment statements. While the statement includes an estimate of taxes due later this year, the assessment itself is not a bill that must be paid now. The statement’s mailing date, however, does trigger a 45-day window of time during which you have the right to appeal your assessment if … Continue Reading →