Help Sponsor East Atlanta's National Register of Historic Places Application!
As you may know, efforts have been ongoing to prepare an application for East Atlanta to be accepted in the National Historic Registry. The cost of preparing an application can cost several thousand dollars. With the help of Stephanie Cherry-Farmer and in collaboration with Georgia State University, the cost of preparing this application comes in under $1,000! EACA needs your help pulling together the money to help pay for the application.
UPDATE: we hit our initial goal of $500! Thank you to everyone who helped us reach this important goal. Given the support for this project, we are now pursuing our stretch goal of $1,000 to cover the entire cost of the application. With your help, more money will be able to go back into events and programs in East Atlanta.
Thank you all for your support!
Celebrate the history of East Atlanta as the GSU students share their findings as they prepare the community's application for the National Register of Historic Places.
Fall fundraising event helps low income seniors with emergency home repairs.
East Atlanta and the National Register of Historic Places: don't miss your final chance to offer input on what makes East Atlanta historic!
Take a few minutes to share your opinion on the future of EAV in the latest survey.
East Atlanta Secutiry Patrol expands service to include areas recently annexed into East Atlanta.
Mark your calendar for the Annual Easter Egg Hunt & Festival brought to you by the East Atlanta Kids Club on March 24.
It's time again for our Spring Poker Tournament! Come join the fun to win great prizes and support a great charity, Neighbor in Need of East Atlanta. This is the 8th year Neighbor in Need raising money to support our cause with a fun day at the table playing for a good purpose.
Share your thoughts and ideas about the future of East Atlanta Village with EACA via a quick survey.
Your guide to what is happening this holiday season in East Atlanta.
On Friday, November 17th, ANCS 6th graders cleaned litter from Ripplewater Creek in Brownwood Park and learned about watersheds and environmental stewardship.
Our goal of taking back the urban forest from the grip of non-native, invasive weeds came one-day closer to reality on Saturday, November 11th, when 12 volunteers form Trees Atlanta and EACA neighbors gathered in the forested south-side of Brownwood Park.