Partnerships, Links & Resources

American Planning Association: The national professional planning organization to advance the art and science of planning and to foster the activity of planning at the local, regional, state and national levels.

Atlanta Beltline Inc: An affiliate of the Atlanta Development Authority and the entity tasked with planning and executing the implementation of the BeltLine.

Atlanta Business Chronicle: Atlanta's leading news journal for the business community.

Atlanta Convention & Visitors Bureau: Marketing Atlanta's sports, entertainment, cultural facilities, shopping, travel and tourist spots and convention facilities.

Atlanta Downtown Neighborhood Association: Non-profit neighborhood group made up of Downtown Atlanta residents committed to making Downtown a strong, vibrant neighborhood. Site includes info on housing, neighborhood resources, photos of Downtown, MARTA guide, and more.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Atlanta's daily newspaper with regular focus on Downtown issues.

Atlanta Neighborhood Development Partnership: Established to develop and rehabilitate very low and low-to-moderate income housing, develop other neighborhood services, and empower community development corporations (CDCs).

Atlanta Plan It: Created by the Metropolitan Atlanta Arts and Culture Coalition, a collaboration among local governments, companies, foundations and arts organizations to support arts and culture in our region.

Atlanta Preservation Center: Promotes the preservation of Atlanta's architecturally, historically, and culturally significant buildings, districts and neighborhoods.

Atlanta Public Arts Legacy Fund: Public art in Atlanta is an enduring legacy of the 1996 Centennial Olympics through the work of the former Corporation for Olympic Development in Atlanta.

Atlanta Regional Commission: Coordinating the planning efforts of significance to the metro region.

Atlanta University Center: Linking Atlanta's historically black colleges and educational institutions.

Central Area Neighbors: Learn about CAN, get to know members, and become one yourself. Visit for updated CAN news and events.

Castleberry Hill Neighborhood Association: Group representing neighbors in Castleberry Hill, a district close to Downtown that features many residential loft projects.

City of Atlanta : The official city web site, a portal for information on city government agencies, meetings, news, the Mayor's Office, City Council, programs and more.

City of Atlanta Bureau of Cultural Affairs: Improving the social fabric and quality of life for Atlanta's citizens and visitors by supporting the arts and cultural activities and by nurturing the arts community.

Fulton County: The official Web site of Fulton County, Georgia, including both government and commercial information.

Gateway 24-7 Homeless Services Center: The Center is the flagship project of the Blueprint to End Homelessness in Atlanta in Ten Years.

Georgia Department of Industry, Trade, & Tourism: Find out why Georgia is the perfect place for your business.

Georgia Department of Labor: Find Georgia labor force data, job opportunities, and employer resources.

Georgia Forward: GeorgiaForward is an independent, non-partisan organization working to improve the state of Georgia by engaging business, political, academic and civil leaders to collaboratively shape a statewide policy agenda.

Georgia Institute of Technology: One of the world's premier technology-oriented universities and centers for research.

Georgia Research Alliance: A triangular partnership of Georgia state universities, state government and businesses, committed to escalating technology-based research and industries.

Georgia State University: Atlanta's leading urban research university.

Georgia State University Athletics: Georgia State University competes with 17 teams in an athletics program at the highest level of NCAA competition (Division I).

Georgia World Congress Center: One of the largest multi-purpose sports and entertainment complexes in the United States, including the Georgia Dome, Centennial Olympic Park, and the Georgia World Congress Center.

International Downtown Association: Bringing together planners and practitioners to rebuild the vitality of downtowns across the globe.

International Economic Development Council: Offering a variety of services to economic development practitioners and to other allied organizations as well.

Invest Atlanta: Invest Atlanta invites businesses to experience the unique offerings of a vibrant city with expanding industries. Whether a small internet startup, a feature film production, or a Fortune 500 company, Invest Atlanta is here to provide the incentives, support, and tools needed for a business to thrive

Marietta Street Artery Neighborhood: Neighborhood group for Marietta Street Artery, running from CNN up to King Plow Arts Center.

MARTA (Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority): Public transportation serving Fulton and DeKalb Counties through rail, bus, and para-transit.

Metro Atlanta Chamber: The Metro Atlanta Chamber is a catalyst for business energy focused on creating sustainable economic growth and improving the region's quality of life.

Midtown Alliance: A citizen's organization for one of Atlanta's most diverse and growing neighborhoods.

National Center for Civil and Human Rights: The Center will not only commemorate the groundbreaking contributions of Atlantans and Georgians to the historic struggle for African-American freedom and equality, but also serve as a space for ongoing dialogue, study, and contributions to the resolution of current and future freedom struggles of all people at local, national, and international levels.

The New Georgia Encyclopedia: Provides an authoritative source of information about people, places, events, institutions, and many other topics relating to the state.

PEDS: PEDS is making metro Atlanta safe and accessible for all pedestrians.

Regional Atlanta Civic League: The RACL mission is to engage citizens of metropolitan Atlanta in regional solutions to regional issues.

Southface : Promoting sustainable homes, workplaces & communities through education, research, advocacy and technical assistance.

State Bar of Georgia: The site provides quick and easy access to everything members and the public need to know about the State Bar.

State of Georgia: The official Web site for the State of Georgia.

Sweet Auburn: Portal site for historic Auburn Avenue and the surrounding neighborhood.

Trees Atlanta: Dedicated to protecting, improving and beautifying our urban environment by planting and conserving trees.

Urban Land Institute: Encouraging and fostering high standards of land use planning and real estate development.

External links are provided for informational purposes only and are not endorsed by Central Atlanta Progress, Inc.