Come out to watch “The Greatest Two Minutes in Sports” by joining your Peachtree Park Civic Association Members at Dantanna’s. Women are encouraged to wear Derby hats and men a classic navy or seersucker blazer but not required. Cocktail appetizers will be served on the reserved patio and adults beverages including- Mint Juleps, New Belgium Fat Tire, Bud Light, Kenwood Yulupa Chardonnay, and Josh Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon.
Peachtree Park Civic Association ‘Derby Day’ Party
- When: May 7th, 2016 5pm-7pm
- Where: Dantanna’s
Please RSVP to Alan Stegmayer by Saturday, April 30th, 2016.
Peachtree Park friends, as there have been a few incidents reported on NextDoor in the last several weeks, the PPCA board has been asked to help clarify what Atlanta statutes are applicable to a variety of every-day interactions. We have questioned our local representative(s) and reviewed the documentation and would like to provide a brief summary here, in the interests of full transparency, for the benefit of the Peachtree Park community:
Fulton County Leash Laws
Section 34-205 of the Fulton Co. Code of Ordinances states that it is unlawful for a dog to leave the premises of the owner unless securely under leash, with the leash being no more than six (6) feet long.
Parking Best Practices
As we enter into the Summer entertaining season, it is good to keep in mind the ‘rules of the road’ for parking. In the City of Atlanta, it is unlawful to park:
- Within 20 ft of a Crosswalk
- Within 15 ft of a Fire Hydrant
- Within 30 ft of a Stop Sign
The City of Atlanta has determined that renting homes on a temporary basis within residential areas is prohibited. This includes using services such as AirBnb.com and HomeAway.com. The basis of this determination can be found within the City of Atlanta 1982 Zoning Ordinance (16-29.001).
As a reminder, the primary goal of the Peachtree Park Civic Association (PPCA) is to enhance the neighborhood in which we live through volunteer work by our members and board. Board meetings are held every month, with notice of time and location posted here and on our Facebook page, and are open to all dues paying PPCA members.
The 2016 Peachtree Park Dues Drive has begun! The PPCA board would like to thank each of you for your contribution of both time and money to our community over this past year. We would like to encourage you all to support the PPCA annual dues drive this year and help keep our neighborhood a safe and beautiful place to live.
For more information, and for the opportunity to pay online, please visit the Dues Drive page on our website.
Download the PATH400 & Peachtree Park: High-Level Information Sheet HERE. For more information and upcoming meeting schedule please see below.
>> Read additional documentation posted by the PPCA Board – http://gdriv.es/peachtreeparkatl/Path400
>> Attend the neighborhood PATH400 meeting in the 3rd week of January 2016 >> keep an eye out for details
>> Find out more about PATH400 at Livable Buckhead – http://livablebuckhead.com/greenspace-2/path400-trail/
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