Mayor's Community Walk
The “Mayor’s Community Walk” is a monthly City event that is focused on increasing access to City services, improved community relations, and proactively addressing community issues. Each month COSF leaders will walk key corridors throughout the City to address problems in real time.
The purpose of the walk is to introduce the community to administrative leaders and identify key issues and concerns of the community. At the end of the walk, participants will listen to a roll call that lists issues or needs identified during the event. The City will publish a report shortly after the walk, that summarizes the problems, their status and what departments are responsible for resolution. The report will then be sent to each department or agency for follow up.
The Community Walk Wednesdays team will follow up with the identified agencies in a 30, 60, and 90-day check-in period and will then update the community at each checkpoint period or until all issues have been resolved.
Other walk participants include community organizations, merchant organizations, administrative personnel and residential stakeholders including Home Owner Associations.
Click HERE for the June 7th Mayor's Community Walk Initial Report
Click HERE for the June 7th Mayor's Community Walk 30-Day Report
Click HERE to view the June 7th Video!
Click HERE for the June 27th Mayor's Community Walk Initial Report
Click HERE for the June 27th Mayor's Community Walk 30 Day Report
Click HERE to view the June 27th Video!
Please stay tuned for upcoming news and reports for the Mayor's Community Walk.
If you would like more information about COSF’s Mayor’s Community Walk Program or the City of South Fulton, please contact Ashley Minter-Osanyinbi at 470-809-7700, or email [email protected].