Brookhaven Traffic Study
A traffic study was done by the Foresite Group, a traffic
engineering firm, and paid for by the Historic Brookhaven
This study was done for the entire
neighborhood for the benefit of the residents to address traffic
issues. It covers both the City of Atlanta side and the City of
Brookhaven. You can see a copy of their report by
The next stage will be identifying acceptable solutions but will
require neighbor participation. If you are interested in solving
traffic problems, the Transportation Committee wants your help.
If you have additional questions or
comments, feel free to call Gay Colyer, Chair of the
Transportation Committee, at 404-433-4644,
click here to send her an email.
Historic Brookhaven Foundation
If you haven’t
had the chance to donate to the Historic Brookhaven Foundation
yet, please consider it! For those who have already donated –
Thank You! Your money is already making a difference in the
As you may have
read in the flyer that was mailed last month, the Foundation is
solely dedicated to funding long-term improvement projects to
benefit our neighborhood.
There are four
levels for donors to consider:
Up to $250
So far this year, this campaign
has raised over $15,000 due to the generosity of our homeowners.
As you donate, you can specify where you would want your money
to go. The current choices are:
• To the Monument construction
• To the Club/Davidson Triangle project, or
• Choose to
let the Foundation decide where your donation is most needed.
Please make your tax-deductible checks payable to:
Brookhaven Foundation, Inc.
Brookhaven, GA 30319
General Meeting Monday April 24
There will be a General Meeting of the Historic Brookhaven
Neighborhood Association on Monday, April 24, 2017, at Capital
The meeting will start with a social time with wine and cheese
at 6:30 and the meeting will begin at 7:00.
The following items are on the agenda to be discussed:
Please make your plans to attend this important meeting to learn
of other things going on in the neighborhood and to let your
voice be heard.
Also, please thank Cathy Boston and for sponsoring this meeting.