In 2016 the National Night Out event was shifted from its location of the past few years in Olympian Park, to the intersection of Westwood Avenue and Manson Avenue. Food was grilled, and neighbors mingled with Councilmember C.T. Martin, Major Moore, and police officers.
On Tuesday, August 5, 2014, Westview community organizations joined hundreds of other neighborhood organizations across the country for National Night Out, a public safety awareness event.
The West End Coalition held its annual event at the intersection of Mathewson and Greenwich with food, music, and socializing. In the meanwhile the Westview Community Organization held its annual event at the intersection of South Olympian and Waters with food and an art auction held by the children that participated in the STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, mathematics) summer camp. Firefighters, police, and elected officials dropped by to celebrate the evening with neighbors.
To view photos of National Night Out view the photo gallery below (click “continue reading”) or visit the Westview Facebook page.
On Tuesday, December 3, 2013 the Atlanta BeltLine hosted an open house meeting for property owners adjacent to the impeding Westside Trail.
To view photos of the meeting please check out the photo gallery below or visit our Westview Facebook page.
The Atlanta BeltLine is well known for its rail, trail and park components, but it also has a different, fun, and perhaps lesser known aspect to it – art! In anticipation of the upcoming “Art on the Atlanta BeltLine” exhibit, which will be running officially from September through November, many art pieces have popped up along the Westview BeltLine corridor. Some artists were even spotted in action as they were installing their pieces. Until you can check the work out for yourself take a sneak peak at what we found!
To view more photos of Art on the BeltLine please visit our Westview Facebook page.
On one of the possibly most sweltering days of the year the Westview Community Organization held the annual National Night Out event on Rogers Avenue. Young and old came together to socialize on the street with police officers and city officials while munching on hot dogs and cooling down with drinks. An added bonus for the kids was games and school supplies!
To view more photos from the National Night Out event please visit our Westview Facebook page.
The Atlanta BeltLine organized a 5K race through the West End and Westview neighborhoods. An after-party and awards ceremony took place at Space and featured Westview band Bated Breath for entertainment.
To view more photos from the BeltLine Southwest 5K please visit our Westview Facebook page.
The Westview Community Organization would like to thank all the attendees, grillers, vendors, and sponsors for making the Westview Summer Solstice Celebration such a great event!
Congratulations to our grill-off winners – Ashview Heights’ Larry Carter won the “Best Chicken” category, and West End’s Carl Nes won the “Best Pork” category!
To view more photos from the 2011 Westview Summer Solstice Celebration please visit our Westview Facebook page.
What better way to spend the height of summer than at the Westview Summer Solstice Celebration! Come hang out with an afternoon full of fun activities for the whole family!
Join the Westview Community Organization at KIPP STRIVE Academy for music, art, and food as part of Westview’s Summer Solstice Celebration! KIPP STRIVE is located in the historic J.C. Harris school building at 1444 Lucile Avenue, 30310.
Come boogie down to some soul, funk, and classics with our local Djs – Theo, Ryze, and Quasar.
GRILL-OFF: TASTE OF WESTVIEW
Are you ready to sample a taste of southwest Atlanta? Get your “passport” and taste what our grill masters have created! The “passport” will allow you to sample the different foods (chicken and pork) plus a drink. Once you have tasted all the different categories submit your vote for “the best of…”.
The suggested donation for a “passport” is $5, although you are always welcome to donate more! You can go ahead and reserve your “passport” via PayPal and pick it up at will-call on the day of the event. (Just bring the printed PayPal receipt and/or your ID matching the PayPal records.)
This year’s celebration includes a grill-off, fostering friendly competition between neighboring communities in Southwest Atlanta. Teams from these neighborhoods have signed up to compete:
- Adair Park
- Ashview Heights
- Beecher-Donnelly (2 contestants!)
- West End
- Plus individuals
Between eating and dancing browse our artist/vendor market!
- Antiques Shop
- Angel Green Eyes Jewelry
- Deanna Claudette Jewelry
- Gingerbread Sisters Creations
- Peaceful Natural Soaps
- The Atlanta BeltLine
- Unforgettable Delights
- ZoUnique Abstracts
- And more…
Learn more about it on our Westview Summer Solstice Celebration page »
Westview is gearing up for its annual summer bbq!
Music, vendors, kids games, and a grill-off! Learn more about it on our Westview Summer Solstice Celebration page »
Members of the Westview neighborhood joined together with residents from Neighborhood Planning Unit’s T, S, and V for the “Intown South” workshop of the City of Atlanta’s 2011 Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP). Georgia law requires a plan to be made every 3-5 years, and looks at the development of the city for the next 20 years.
In this first meeting (out of 3 meetings total) the goal was to come up with issues and opportunities in our neighborhoods, and the city as a whole.