Category Archives: News

News of the Park from Friends of Peachtree Hills Park chair

Let’s Get This Fixed

Over a year ago the Parks Department let the developer next to the park remove trees to make it easier and cheaper for them to install a storm water overflow pipe through the park. In addition to other requirements, the developer was to repave the parking lot and paint the Recreation Center. If you’ve visited… Read More »

Kale Yes! Plants Needed for the Children’s Garden

Lauren (Peachtree Hills Park Recreation staff), is leading kids in planting Fall vegetables in the children’s garden near the tennis courts. If you can donate plants, please contact her at: to coordinate your delivery.

Exercise in the fresh Fall air! (Volunteers Needed)

On Sunday October 7, from 9am-noon, a small group of volunteers are coming to the park to spread wood chips on the trail behind the Recreation Center. We need YOU to come help. Please let me know if you’ll be there:

The Park Needs Your Help!

We’ve reported this wall for two years and it’s still broken. Our Recreation Center offers no programs for neighbors and if we want to meet there we are charged a fee (while folks from other counties use the gym for free). The Parks Department let a developer remove multiple trees. But there’s hope! The City… Read More »

Wall finally to be fixed…not!

Correction:  As of June 2, 2018, over a year since it was reported, the wall still hasn’t been repaired! After over a year and multiple requests, the Parks Department has hired a contractor to fix the playground wall. If YOU notice an issue, contact Parks Customer Service at: or (404) 546-6813. Put the # in… Read More »

Follow-up to developer removing trees from the park

Wow! Parks Arborist Chris Kallio received emails from 2 dozen of you about the developer next to the park cutting down trees in the park in order to install a pipe to send storm water overflow from the property into the creek! If you haven’t received a response from him,  or want an update, contact… Read More »

Help save the trees and the creek in Peachtree Hills Park

The developer next to the park is planning to cut down trees in our park in order to install a pipe to send storm water overflow from the property into the creek. Parks arborist Chris Kallio believes this is not necessary, but needs your support to get the developer to consider alternatives. To save the trees,… Read More »