The Westview Community Organization (WCO) is a neighborhood organization encompassing the Westview neighborhood. It originated in 1974 when Altoona Place, Rogers Avenue and several other street clubs came together to deal with rainfall flooding. The Westview Community Organization survived the flood and adopted the motto: “Working together to make our neighborhood a better place to live – one that is beautiful, safe, and secure.” It is a welcome mat for new residents interested in the community, safety, beautification, gardening, exercise and recreation on the Atlanta BeltLine and at nearby John A. White Park.
The area residents are involved in an array of activities: block parties; maintenance of the triangular parks; historic preservation; working with parents, children and schools; Thanksgiving baskets for senior citizens; public safety and other activities. The Westview Community Organization is creating an oasis of community activity and neighborhood revitalization in the area of Westview to Interstate 20, Langhorn Street to Cascade Avenue to Beecher Street, South Gordon Street to Westmeath Drive to Derry Avenue, and Ralph David Abernathy Boulevard.
Please check the events calendar for monthly meeting dates.
Calvary United Methodist Church
1471 Ralph David Abernathy
Atlanta, GA 30310
Agendas and Minutes
Download the Westview Community Organization’s 2019 Bylaws.
Westview Master Plan
Westview finished its master planning process in April 2011. The Atlanta City Council unanimously voted to adopt the Ordinance on June 20, 2011. Mayor Kasim Reed gave his stamp of approval on June 29, 2011, making the Westview Master Plan an official document and part of the City’s Comprehensive Development Plan.
Download: Westview Master Plan 2011