Peachtree Creek Greenway News

Headshots of Meghana Rao, Mary Howell, David Kerman, and Matt Groff

Four new members elected to Peachtree Creek Greenway, Inc. Board

The Peachtree Creek Greenway, Inc. is pleased to announce the election of four new board members to the organization. Mary Howell, David Kerman, Meghana Rao and Matt Groff will serve three-year terms. “I am thrilled to welcome so many new members to our Board of Directors. The diversity of these people and their talents will…

Headshoots of Steve Clowse and Raul Pino

Election of two new members to PCGI Board

The Peachtree Creek Greenway, Inc. is pleased to announce the recent election of Steve Clowse and Raul Pino to the organization for three-year terms. “I am thrilled to welcome Steve and Raúl to our Board of Directors. The wealth of knowledge and talent these two men bring to our organization is exciting and will help…

Map of Dekalb county, GA with text congratulating residents on approval of PCGI plan.

Plans approved for Dekalb County segment of Peachtree Creek Greenway

Congratulations, DeKalb residents!  Your Dekalb Council voted unanimously to approve the Dekalb County Multi-Use Trail Connectivity Master Plans for the Peachtree Creek Greenway.  Now, the process of seeking funding can begin. Dekalb resident?  Please take a quick minute to send a note of thanks to your Dekalb Commissioner!  You’ll find a template here.

Three women and a dog standing in front of the Peachtree Creek Greenway sign

Caring for the Earth at the Peachtree Creek Greenway

PCGI’s Interim Executive Director Lauren Kiefer and Volunteer Director Ronda Fox enjoyed a wonderful walk on the Peachtree Creek Greenway with Myrtle Lewin and Joanna Kobylivker from J-CAN (Jewish Climate Action Network). They visited the PCG to evaluate the trail as a prospective location for a reverse-Tashlikh ceremony. The Tashlikh is a Jewish religious ritual…

Sculpture of a man with a beak balanced on his hands as part of the 'Wings of the City' exhibit by artist Jorge Marin

‘Wings of the City’ exhibit at the PCG

If you’ve been on the Peachtree Creek Greenway recently, you may have noticed these awe-inspiring sculptures. A collaboration between Brookhaven Arts and Culture Commission, Jorge Marín Foundation, and the Consulate of Mexico in Atlanta made it possible to bring the ‘Wings of the City’ exhibit to the Peachtree Creek Greenway. This exhibit features contemporary sculpture…

Chamblee Rocks 2022: Logo of two electric guitars crossed

Chamblee Rocks Again With PCGI!

Get ready to close out the summer with Chamblee Rocks 22 on August 26. The city’s Summer Concert Series will feature bands Fastball and Plain White T’s. Join PCGI for music and fun while volunteering and sharing information about the Peachtree Creek Greenway.  You can sign up for the event here. If you can not…

Chamblee 4th of July event flyer

Support Peachtree Creek Greenway this 4th of July

Come enjoy the 4th of July Celebration at Keswick Park in Chamblee and help advocate for the Peachtree Creek Greenway! Chamblee will have a free concert, food trucks, and fireworks! The Peachtree Creek Greenway will have a table, brochures, and giveaways. Our goal is to raise awareness about the Greenway and bring it to Chamblee.…

Pedal the Parks with City Council Member John Funny

Pedal the Parks with City Council Member John Funny

Pedal the Parks with our local City of Brookhaven, Georgia Council Member John Funny on Thursday, May 19th from 6-7pm.  Meet at the 1799 Briarwood Road parking lot (trailhead) for a 3.2mi, mostly flat bike ride.  See you there! Sign up to participate at Brookhaven Bike Alliance.

Members of Doraville City Council wearing PCGI t-shirts

Doraville City Council votes to adopt PCG plan

Happy Earth  Day! Perfect timing for this announcement…Another milestone was met this week in the city of Doraville! City Council voted to adopt the Doraville Peachtree Creek Greenway study presented by PATH Foundation! This will allow the city to seek funding opportunities and moves the PCG another step forward in connecting communities along the N. Fork…