Neighborhood Planning Unit-F

Map of NPU-F (pdf)


Monthly Meeting

3rd Monday of each month at the Hillside facility between Courtenay Dr and Monroe Dr. Access is available from 1301 Monroe Dr, opposite the CSO facility on Monroe. Parking is available at the rear of the building off Monroe Dr.

Click here for Google Map to meeting site


NPU-F Officers 

Click here for the list of all NPU-F Officers and Committee Chairs


NPU-F Neighborhoods


NPU-F Documents & Information

Zoning and Variance Cases

NPU-F requires that you meet with your neighborhood association prior to your appearance at the NPU. Each neighborhood association has different requirements, but generally all ask that you attend their Planning or Zoning Committee meeting prior to a general neighborhood-wide meeting at which a vote on a recommendation is taken. That recommendation is reported to the NPU at your formal NPU hearing, and the vote taken at this meeting is the one reported to the appropriate city agency. Information on neighborhoods and their planning/zoning contacts and meeting schedules can be found at "NPU-F Neighborhoods" above.

Meeting Agendas and Minutes 

Meeting Agenda Meeting Minutes
January 2017 January 2017
February 2017 February 2017
March 2017 March 2017
April 2017 April 2016
May 2016 May 2016
June 2016 June 2016
July 2016 July 2016
August 2016 August 2016
September 2016 September 2016
October 2016 October 2016
November 2016 November 2016
December 2016 December 2016

Georgia Watch 

Georgia Watch is the stateís leading nonprofit, nonpartisan, consumer watchdog and advocacy organization.  Georgia Watch assists and educates consumers on a wide variety of consumer issues, including predatory lending, identity theft, access to affordable health care, patient safety and insurance.  Georgia Watch promotes consumer-friendly public policy and greater protections for victims of fraud, malpractice and misinformation. Celebrating its fifth year in existence, Georgia Watch is proud to announce its newest board member, Clark Howard.

This year, Georgia Watch is focusing its education and outreach efforts on Credit Freeze.  A Credit Freeze requires the reporting agencies to block access to a consumerís credit report and score, which is most commonly accessed by potential lenders or creditors. Although a credit freeze cannot stop abuse in existing accounts, it is the single most effective tool against new account fraud.  In fact, Credit freeze is the only surefire way to protect against new account fraud.  Effective August 1, all Georgians will have access to this new tool for as little as $3 or free.  To learn more about credit freeze please contact Georgia Watch at 404-525-1085.



City of Atlanta Resources

City of Atlanta Planner for NPU-F: Doug Young, 404-330-6702

City of Atlanta Website

City of Atlanta New Resident Handout (large file) 

Traffic Impact of Sewer Rehab Work (Dept of Watershed Management resource for traffic alerts and advisories) 

Atlanta Strategic Action Plan (ASAP) 


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Last modified: April 16, 2017