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PHCA 2021 Community Sponsor
OnePoint PT is owned by Collin & Erin Eggebrecht of Piedmont Heights (see below on the left)!
They're both physical therapists and started OnePoint PT in 2016.
It's time to start feeling better –today!
Visit Erin, Collin, and the OnePoint PT team at their beautiful location in Virginia Highland.
They specialize in the prevention, treatment, and management of orthopedic, pediatric, and pre/post-partum conditions.
Unlike many physical therapy practices, OnePoint PT takes insurance, and you may not even need a doctor's referral to get started!
The Gotham Way Park staircase re-staining is almost complete!
A huge thank you to Piedmont Heights neighbors Kate Buchacz for leading the project and to Jeff Whitney for finding a high-quality contractor that could work with our budget.
To everyone who contributed to this special project, THANK YOU!
FYI: Donations to the Piedmont Heights Community Improvement Foundation are tax-deductible and are greatly appreciated any time, all year long, and at any amount.
about this special award and Jim's long service and stewardship of Piedmont Heights.
Piedmont Heights Volunteering Info Session
Even if you just have five minutes, there are always opportunities to support your community. Learn more – there's no pressure to commit.
Jennifer Ide, our Councilmember representing us in District 6 has been hard at work! Check out her latest newsletter for important updates on street racing, liquor licensing, street re-striping, school safety, and much more.
Out of Place features new work by five Southeastern contemporary artists who explore human relationships to place using a range of media including ceramics, photography, paint, and colored pencil. These artists explore these relationships through various lenses: physically, psychologically, historically, culturally, and economically.
Check out their socially distanced openings on Friday and Saturday. Learn more.
Check out the video by Loveless Melvin, featuring our Beautify PiHi 2020 Traffic Box Art and their artists.
Thank You to our 2021 Board Members and Officers! Read more about the neighbors representing you through the Piedmont Heights Civic Association. We welcome your input and how you can be part of the solution as we strive to always improve our "Small Town in a Big City."
January 13 – ATL311 Task Force Info Session. Join us to learn how to be more efficient and effective when you file an issue with the ATL311 system.
January 26 – Piedmont Heights Volunteering Info Session. This is a no-pressure-to-commit forum for learning about areas where Piedmont Heights could use some help.
February 11 – Virtual Yappy Hour. Bring your pet—it’s time to pawty (online) in Piedmont Heights. Thanks to our Presenting Sponsor, Peachtree Hills Animal Hospital!
Thank you for your support as Annual, À La Carte, and In Kind Sponsors!
Additional Opportunities Still Available
Gift Card Giveaways
Congratulations to Mason Fine Art & Events!
Mason Fine Art & Events was voted "Best Gallery" in the Atlanta Magazine 2020 reader's choice! We're so proud of our neighborhood art gem. They have been tremendous neighborhood partners year after year, and we thank them for their continued support!
Final Days for Ensemble at Spalding Nix Fine Art
January 8 is the final day, so don't miss out on the amazing Ensemble exhibition at Spalding Nix Fine Art.
Recycling is the CHaRM! For specialty recycling items, such as paint, electronics, styrofoam, mattresses, etc., it's easy to make an appointment with CHaRM (Center for Hard to Recycle Materials) and drop them off.
Renaming Grady Stadium. Grady High School is now Midtown High School. Learn more about the next step: renaming the stadium and how to voice your opinion.
Short-Term Rental Legislation. We haven't heard any updates on the recent proposed legislation regarding short-term rentals, including AirBnb and VRBO, in Atlanta. What are your thoughts?
We've also heard mention of upcoming legislation to address Atlanta nightclubs posing as restaurants. Stay tuned!
News You Can Eat!
The Queso Truck is open for business! Check out their delicious menu; it's just around the corner from The Buttery ATL.
Grindhouse is serving up Salted Caramel Shakes this month with Ghirardelli caramel.
Take a look at the many restaurants in Piedmont Heights! So many options for pickup, delivery, outdoor dining, and more.
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It's Not Too Late To Show Your Appreciation!
LAST CHANCE! As a special thank you to our Security Patrol officer, help us shower Captain Singh with a special holiday bonus! Give today and learn more about PHCA's Security Patrol & Home Away Watch services.
Happy Holidays to APD!
Thanks to PHCA Safety Chair Susan Kanellos for leading the charge to thank our Atlanta Police officers with some special holiday gifts!
Rock the Vote! Early voting through December 31 or the final day is Tuesday, January 5. Learn more
Winterize Your Pipes. Baby, it's cold outside! Be sure to keep your plumbing happy, especially your outdoor water spigots and your irrigation system. Google it for easy instructions.
Seeking 2021 Annual & À La Carte Sponsors
Help connect us to businesses who would like to be a sponsor with Piedmont Heights!
Sponsors receive tangible marketing benefits.
You can help by introducing us to potential sponsors or by sharing our 2021 PHCA Sponsorship Packet PDF with your contacts.
Another Way to Support Piedmont Heights
If you (or your parents or grandparents) are required to take a distribution from your IRA, consider setting up this distribution as a tax-deductible, rollover donation to benefit the Piedmont Heights Community Improvement Foundation. Learn more!
Never a Dull Moment, But Lots to Celebrate!
It's been a crazy year, but Piedmont Heights stayed active and engaged! New art boxes, funds raised for our community Foundation, Luminarias Night for our Healthcare Heroes, BeltLine progress, neighborhood cleanup days, and more. So many reasons to celebrate and be thankful for our "Small Town in the Big City"—check out Piedmont Heights' year in review.
Looking to 2021... Steve Saenz of Explore Atlanta wants your opinion for his ATL 2021 SURVEY! Steve led our 2019 Piedmont Heights Walking Tour (in person!), and he leads amazing tours all over the City, so take a moment to lend him your thoughts!
Happy Holidays, Piedmont Heights! The holiday hustle is here—lots going on in the neighborhood, between Atlanta BeltLine updates, NEW proposed short-term rental legislation, Security Patrol Bonus, Doc Chey's fundraiser for the Atlanta Community Food Bank, specials with our restaurants and retail shops, The Colonnade restaurant's GoFundMe campaign, gift card giveaways, City of Atlanta planning, sponsorships for 2021, our Year in Review, and more!
Traffic Art Box on Monroe Drive by local Atlanta artist Angie Jerez
On December 8, the Atlanta BeltLine presented updates about the Northeast Trail section that runs through Piedmont Heights. Read the summary.
To replace the previous proposed legislation, there's a new proposal from Councilmembers Ide, Westmoreland, and more regarding short-term rentals (including VRBO, Airbnb) in Atlanta. Let us know what you think!
Congratulations to our November winners, presented via video by Drew Niess and Lisa Dwyer, both PHCA residents!
This month, PHCA is giving away a Members-Only gift card and a special Instagram giveaway thanks to local Piedmont Heights' restaurant Little Rey! Check it out.
The Mobile Voting Van will be in Piedmont Heights at the Morningside Baptist Church parking lot on December 23.
Or you can vote early in person until December 30 at nearby places like the Ponce de Leon Library, Buckhead Library, Northside Library, High Museum or Art, State Farm Arena, and other locations. Here's the schedule.
Last day to vote is Tuesday, January 5. Double check your polling location and voting status on the My Georgia Voter page or on their mobile app.
This business has been a staple in Piedmont Heights for almost 50 years. Learn about the history and the legacy of late owner, Paul Coleman, in a piece written by PiHi resident Bill Seay.
Doc Chey's - Their dine out fundraiser for Piedmont Heights raised more than $180! And, you can help with their December fundraiser for the Atlanta Community Food Bank. Learn more.
Foodsmith Lisa Dwyer is taking orders for holiday charcuterie boxes
Nakato: Buy a $50 Gift Card, get 20% MORE! The 20% extra will be added after the purchase, and a confirmation will be sent out to the purchaser once the gift card is purchased. And, check out Nakato in Atlanta Magazine!
ASW Distillery: New whiskeys and more
The Buttery ATL's new in-person shop + holiday menu
Atlanta Parks' New 10-Year Master Plan
Ansley Wine: Delivery now available
The Colonnade: At risk of closing; check out their GoFundMe campaign
Cook's Warehouse: New winter classes are available (and make a great holiday gift!)
Grindhouse: Two new boozy Milkshakes of the Month
It's Not Too Late to Show Your Appreciation! As a special thank you to our Security Patrol officer, help us shower Captain Singh with a special holiday bonus! Give today and learn moreabout PHCA's Security Patrol & Home Away Watch services.
It's been a crazy year, but Piedmont Heights stayed active and engaged! New art boxes, funds raised for our community Foundation, Luminarias Night for our Healthcare Heroes, Beltline progress, neighborhood cleanup days, and more. So many reasons to celebrate and be thankful for our "Small Town in the Big City"—check out Piedmont Heights' year in review.
From as little as $50 to $2,500, our Annual Sponsorships and À La Carte offerings provide great marketing opportunities for local businesses while allowing PHCA to do more! More benefits, community outreach opportunities, neighborhood celebrations, and more. Help us spread the word with your employer or other business connections by introducing us or by sharing our 2021 PHCA Sponsorship Packet PDF.
Mention "Piedmont Heights" when you place your takeout order by phone or online with Doc Chey's, and they'll donate 25% of proceeds to PHCIF!
Call 404-888-0777 or order online for pickup at DocCheys.com. FYI: Delivery orders are not eligible. Hungry to support your community? Check it out!
'Tis the Season for Giving!
As a special thank you to our Security Patrol officer, help us show our appreciation to APD's Captain Singh with a special bonus! Give today and learn more about PHCA's Security Patrol & Home Away Watch services.
Contact us for more info about our 2021 Annual Sponsorships.
Check out our amazing 2020 sponsors! Say thanks by shopping local—and often!
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If you want to help out but don't have much time, this volunteer opportunity is perfect for you. It takes just minutes but has a big impact!
Interested? Get in touch. Or, see more volunteer ideas here.
Tuesday, 12/8 at 6:30 p.m. online - RSVP now
Learn the latest about "our section" of the Atlanta BeltLine Northeast Trail.
ActivateATL is the project name for the City of Atlanta Department of Parks and Recreation new 10-year Comprehensive Master Plan.
Dec. 21: NPU-F Monthly Meeting
Jan 5: PHCA Monthly Board Meeting
Tuesday, December 1
Do good, right in your neighborhood!
FYI: All donations are tax deductible.
Call 404-888-0777 or order online for pickup at DocCheys.com. FYI: Delivery orders are not eligible. Check it out!
6:30–8:00 p.m. online
Supporting our local PiHi businesses as the pandemic continues is critical for our community!
Need some ideas for local retailers? A few suggestions... including Mode Marche, ASW Distillery Giftshop, Framing by Design, The Lamp Shoppe, Sweetwater Brewery Gift Shop, Cook's Warehouse, Richard's Variety Store, High Country Outfitters, Phidippide's and more...
Thanksgiving at the Firehouse: Let's thank our firefighters at Atlanta Fire Station 29! Sign up to bring a dish during the Thanksgiving holiday to say thanks: https://bit.ly/3nvDlLa
Home Away Watch Service: If you're going out of town for Thanksgiving, remember the Home Away Watch service is a great Piedmont Heights Civic Association membership benefit. To request Home Away Watch service, click here: https://bit.ly/35L1qrT
Giving Tuesday: This Giving Tuesday, donate to Gotham Way Park, owned by the Piedmont Heights Civic Association. We do not receive funds or other assistance from City of Atlanta to keep our park beautiful for all our residents and would love your support! More info: https://bit.ly/2Fp2UNK
Last Call: PiHi T-Shirts: Celebrate being home and healthy in Piedmont Heights with the 2020 PiHi T-shirt, designed by local designer, Elliott Strauss, a resident in the Piedmont Heights Alliance business district. Click here to buy yours before 11/22: https://bit.ly/35BQ5bD
PiHi Alliance Clean Up Day: Last Saturday, the PiHi Alliance rallied to clean a historic area surrounding the abandoned Intown Suites Motel. Watch our 11Alive feature! https://bit.ly/3lEfxEs
Walker's Mill: Learn about the genesis of the Piedmont Heights neighborhood from resident historian Bill Seay. Click the link for more info: https://bit.ly/3lFVsxf
Runoff Elections: Early voting for the December 1 Runoff Election has begun. This runoff election will fill the 39th District seat. Click here for more info: https://bit.ly/35C8OFg
LAMP Project Update: The LAMP Project (Lindbergh-Armour Master Plan) is a work in progress by the City of Atlanta and MARTA to create a master plan that will build a sense of identity and integrate planning for transit, trails, ecology, and housing. See the latest here: https://bit.ly/3pFzddh
Annual Meeting Recap: Thanks to our special guests and everyone on the board who made our Annual Neighborhood Meeting an engaging, informative experience! If you missed this event, you can watch the recording & see the presentation here: https://bit.ly/2Uy0CQh
Piedmont Heights Civic Association
1579 Monroe Dr. NE, Ste. F307
Atlanta, GA 30324