The Home Park Community

Home Park is one of Atlanta’s oldest neighborhoods becoming part of the City in 1909 while providing residences for the Atlantic Steel Company. The Atlantic Steel Company was shut down in the 1990s and it’s 140-acre site was entirely redeveloped into Atlantic Station.

We are fantastically situated between Atlantic Station, Georgia Tech, the Westside Provisions District, and Techwood Drive along the Downtown Connector.

The Heart of West Midtown

Home Park Community Improvement Association

The Home Park neighborhood founded the Home Park Community Improvement Association (HPCIA) in the 1970s. The mission of HPCIA is to provide information, services, and education to the Home Park community. Membership is open to residents, renters, businesses and anyone who owns property in Home Park.

HPCIA envisions Home Park on its 125 Anniversary as a vibrant in-town neighborhood, committed to preserving and enhancing the qualities that already make it a great place to live and work.


  • An in-town haven for working professionals, families, seniors, and students from all over the world, who care about their neighbors and their homes as a common denominator
  • A variety of housing choices to sustain the capability to live in the neighborhood for all ages, income levels, and family situations
  • An assortment of businesses and amenities supported by residents and visitors alike.


  • Pedestrian and bike-friendly
  • Safe, clean streets and sidewalks
  • Parks, green spaces and clean lanes, shaded by healthy and robust trees;
  • Convenient to Atlanta’s many opportunities for dining, retail, educational and cultural institutions.


  • A unified neighborhood with residents and businesses connecting and supporting each other
  • A strong sense of belonging, where ownership and investment in the community is more than a property deed…a true Home within an  urban neighborhood


  • People-centered, planned growth
  • Community engagement and participation
  • Protection of the natural and developed environment
  • Problem-solving through innovative approaches
  • Trust and respect for the community and neighbors
  • Pride of place, manifested in everyone’s care and love for the community


To view the association’s bylaws click the link below:

2021 HPCIA Board Members:
  • President: Kathy Boehmer
  • VP Community Planning and Development: Howard Hodges
  • VP Education/Learning Center: Sarabeth Myers
  • Treasurer: Lee Frush
  • Secretary: Jeannine Moore
  • At Large Board Members: Judy Byrd, Wes Berry

Please feel free to contact the Board of Directors at

HPCIA Committees:

Membership shows your support for all the volunteers of the association. Funds from membership dues and donations are used to pay the expenses of HPCIA, which have included design services for master plans and signs, land use reviews, and expenses to operate this web site. The HPCIA has contributed toward the purchases of a patrol motorcycle for the Atlanta Police Department and a police cruiser (Dodge Charger) used by both the APD and the Georgia Tech Police Department.

Membership is limited to residents, property owners, or business owners in the Home Park neighborhood. Participation in the organization and most of the resources provided by HPCIA are open to all, but membership is the only way you can vote on issues critical to our neighborhood.

HPCIA guides smart development with our retail and services neighbors along our commercial streets and organizes periodic neighborhood beautification days.

If you have any questions, please email us at

See the Events Calendar for a list of upcoming community, land use, and board meetings.

City Services

Helpful Resources:

Atlanta Police Department

Atlanta Police Department call 911

Zone 5 Commander, Major Prenzinna Spann

Apply for Home Park Parking Permits

APD Housing Code Enforcement and Neighborhood Quality of Life Issues

APD has a section to enforce housing codes and neighborhood quality of life issues such as cars and trucks parked in yards, trash, broken windows, dilapidated buildings and graffiti.

Click Here for Atlanta Police Department Code Enforcement Section


non-emergency city services

To order a trash bin, schedule a bulk pick-up or report any issues relating to garbage collection, water and sewer, potholes, utilities or other non-emergency city services, please contact the city by phone or online:

go online at or

call 311(metro Atlanta only) or

call 404.546.0311


Household trash pickup for the green (household waste) and blue (recycling) carts is on Mondays.  Please roll your carts to the curb on Sunday evenings.  Please remember to roll your carts back away from the front yard down your driveway, side yard or alley on Monday evenings. Click here for more information about Atlanta’s recycling program.


Bulk Trash pickup

As of April 2019, City of Atlanta residents must schedule their bulk pick-ups.  Putting bulk trash on the curb without scheduling the pick-up or placing the items curbside before 7pm on the day preceding the scheduled pick-up can result in a fine of $325.

What is considered bulk?
• Mattresses (3 or more)
• Sleeper sofa
• Dining room set
• White goods (washer, dryer, refrigerator, stove)
• Bedroom suite (dresser + chest of drawers + nightstand + mattress)
• 20+ bags of yard trimmings

What is not considered bulk?
• Tires
• Motor Vehicle Parts
• Building Material/Construction & Demolition Waste

Moving with Pets

When moving with pets, it’s worth taking the time to make sure you are following the rules and regulations of your new city.

Animal Services 404-613-0358
NextDoor Pet Directory – make sure you register your pets on the Home Park community NextDoor Pet Directory.

License Fees:

  • 1 year unaltered animal = $25
  • 1 year spayed/neutered animal = $10
  • 3 year spayed/neutered animal = $60
  • Late fee (after 30 days) = $25
  • Replacement tag = $2
  • City Licensing Info