DOWNTOWN -- Atlanta City Councilmember Kwanza Hall has first dibs on the power washer and the street vacuum when the Atlanta Downtown Neighborhood Association (ADNA) hosts its Earth Day spring cleanup on Saturday, April 16.
Downtown residents will lead teams of volunteers for a morning of mulching, flower planting, graffiti removal, and tackling other small projects identified by those who live Downtown.
“Come on Downtown and meet the neighbors,” said Hall, whose Council District 2 includes Downtown Atlanta. “One of the unique features of this cleanup is the opportunity for volunteers from other parts of the city to meet Downtown residents and learn more about Downtown living.”
The Downtown Earth Day cleanup is the brainchild of the ADNA’s Quality of Life Team, a group of Downtown residents who meet regularly to address issues that affect the everyday lives of residents, employees, and visitors.