Read the AMPC May 2015 Update.
The Bobby Jones Golf Course, opened on December 31, 1933, was the city’s first 18-hole municipal golf course.
Tanyard Creeks is long overdue. These two creeks are funneling water from an immense natural drainage basin that
The Bitsy Grant Tennis Center is a historic Atlanta public tennis facility consisting of 13 clay courts and 10 hard courts (all lighted). Built in 1952, the tennis center is named for Bryan Gra
In honor of the those injured or killed during the Battle of Peachtree Creek, the passive side of Atlanta Memor
Atlanta’s challenge, as a city that has less than half the park space of comparable metropolitan areas, is not only to increase park space, but also to protect and preserve what it already has. The Atlanta Memorial Park Conservancy is committed to focusing attention and resources on the passive greenspace commonly known as Memorial Park, Bitsy Grant Tennis Center, and the Bobby Jones Golf Course and clubhouse.
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Over 200 citizens attended the City of Atlanta’s 2nd Community Engagement Meeting on June 1, 2015. An overview of AMPC’s presentation from the June 1st meeting is provided here. When the next meeting is confirmed by the Department of Parks and Recreation, AMPC will notify its members and will look forward to continuing discussions on Atlanta’s third largest park.
To read more on AMPC’s recommendation for the reversible 9 hole course and practice facility option, click here.