UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, ALL NPU-E MEETINGS WILL BE HELD VIRTUALLY DUE TO COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS ON PUBLIC GATHERINGS.
For information on how to join the meeting via Zoom webinar, go to the City of Atlanta NPU page and select the NPU-E agenda.
WHAT IS A NPU?
Neighborhood Planning Units (NPUs) are citizen advisory councils that make recommendations to the Mayor and City Council on zoning, land-use, special exception permits, special event permits, and liquor licensing. The NPU system was established in 1974 to provide an opportunity for citizens to participate actively in the Comprehensive Development Plan, which is the City’s vision for the next 5, 10, and 15 years. It is also used as a way for the citizens to receive information concerning all functions of City government. The system enables the citizens to express ideas and comment on City plans and proposals while assisting the City in developing plans which best meet the needs of residents.
NPUs meet on a monthly basis. Participation and meeting attendance is open to anyone 18 years or older whose primary residence, business, or organization is within the NPU boundary. See the Bureau of Planning’s NPU Page for more details. For a complete listing of all NPU Neighborhoods click here.
To view the standing monthly meeting schedule click here.
HOW IS MNA REPRESENTING MIDTOWN ON NPU-E?
The Midtown Neighbors’ Association is a member of NPU-E and the MNA President sits on the NPU-E Board representing Midtown residents. MNA meets with all Midtown Land Use and License and Permit applicants prior to NPU-E meetings and makes a vote to oppose or not oppose an application. Visit our MNA site pages for more information on our LUC and LPC process.