About Us

Grove Park was well known for its neighborhood clubs as they were called named after the streets who hosted them, like Fortified Hills and South Evelyn community club to name a few. They hosted and served as a resource and gathering place for the neighbors, hosting meetings and block parties in the unique median park throughout the neighborhood. 

The Grove Park Neighborhood Association was re-established in 2015 to represent our community residents in bringing a unified voice to the issues affecting our community. We do this by creating forums in which we engage with businesses, community leaders, and elected officials.


2019 GPNA/Community Highlights

Sponsored the first Annual WESTSIDE WING FESTIVAL

June 1st hosted the first GPNA sponsored WWF. Attended by more

than 300 neighbors, community partners and sponsors raising 7K

Established Friends of Grove Park Group

Lead by our Enviromental/Beautification Committee we’ve been able to partner with Park

Pride to est FOGP group to advocate for park improvements and upkeep an work towards a

future park envisioning plan

Ground Breakings/Ribbon Cuttings

  • KIPP Woodson Park groundbreaking Expected completion Q3 2020

    A partnership with APS, Grove Park Foundation and with the support of GPNA we broke

    ground on the reinvisioned K-8 Woodson Park Campus and YMCA Early Learning Center

  • Westside Quarry Park Groundbreaking

Memorable Events

  • Atlanta Capital Fundraiser 5K @ Proctor Creek Greenway

  • Beloved Benefit feature

  • Westside Quarry Park Groundbreaking


GPNA's Goal redefine the future of our neighborhood by:

  • Partnering with APD to improve Public Safety and restore police confidence

  • Preserving natural resources of Grove Park and the surrounding Proctor Creek communities and being champions for environmental justice issues

  • Restoring Grove Park' s deeply rooted the rich artistic history and collecting documents oral history of our legacy residents

  • Improving the outlook for our neighborhood schools ensuring the Douglas Cluster and APS engages with stakeholders to bring our students a world-class education from primary to high school and beyond.


Board Committees