City of Atlanta Recycle Day
2015 Proposed Infrastructure Bond
Mayor Kasim Reed has made a commitment to address the city's pressing infrastructure challenges. Today, the city faces an infrastructure backlog of more than $900 million. In order to begin improving our city's roads, bridges, sidewalks and expand our green spaces, the city is proposing a bond infrastructure referendum to pay for these repairs and improvements. The Departments of Public Works, Planning and Community Development, in coordination with the Atlanta City Council, are seeking public input to determine priority and criteria for project selection for the bond.
Project consideration is based upon the following infrastructure backlog reports:
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Special Events Recycling Trailer
Are you planning an outdoor event? Please remember to recyle. The City of Atlanta encourages recycling at all outdoor events. If you would like to arrange for recycling materials for your event, please contact Jacquelyn Bridges, Recycling Program Manager, Sr. at
City of Atlanta
Department of Public Works
55 Trinity Avenue, SW
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Last updated: 10/16/2014 5:18:45 PM