Earth Day 2021 events around Center Hill

Illustration of hand holding Earth

This Earth Day there are lots of ways you can get out, enjoy the beautiful weather and make an impact in our community.

NPU-J Beautification committee is coordinating NPU-wide flower plantings and clean-ups in each neighborhood in NPU-J this Saturday, April 24th at 9:00 a.m. If you would like to participate, send an email to Raquel Hill or Miranda Blais highlighting an intersection in your neighborhood that needs some TLC (litter pick-up and flower plantings).

Westside Future Fund is organizing a community clean up and butterfly trail. Please bring your own tools. Saturday, April 24th 9am to 12pm. Meet at: 783 Ponds, Atlanta, GA 30314. You can register here: https://volunteer.westsidefuturefund.org/?mc_cid=85d1ac7a9f&mc_eid=b882b151f0

Kroger Round Up Program is partnering with Keep Atlanta Beautiful. Round up your purchase at Kroger all month and 100% of proceeds will go to Keep Atlanta Beautiful. Watch the piece on WSB-TV or read more here.

Finally, CHNA has an Instagram account and we need your photos! We’re hosting a photo competition with the theme Spring in Center Hill. Tag @centerhillatlanta with your photos, we’ll repost them to the account. We’ll announce the winner at the next community meeting and they’ll receive a CHNA t-shirt!

Atlanta PD Zone 1 Shot Reporter

Screen shot of the Atlanta Zone 1 Shot Reporter

Center Hill Neighborhood Association has created a resource to help make our community safer. The APD Zone 1 Shot Reporter is a quick survey you can complete when you hear gunshots fired in our neighborhood.

You can find the form here: https://forms.gle/x5qCrdxFcVhKFgDz9

For quick access, you can add the form to your phone home screen

Android

  1. Launch “Chrome” app.
  2. Open the website or web page you want to pin to your home screen.
  3. Tap the menu icon (3 dots in upper right-hand corner) and tap Add to home screen.
  4. You’ll be able to enter a name for the shortcut and then Chrome will add it to your home screen.

iPad or iPhone

  1. Launch “Safari” app.  This does not work from the “Chrome” app.
  2. Enter into the address field the URL of the website you want to create a shortcut to. Tap “Go.”
  3. Tap the icon featuring a right-pointing arrow coming out of a box along the top of the Safari window to open a drop-down menu.
  4. Tap “Add to Home Screen.” The Add to Home dialog box will appear, with the icon that will be used for this website on the left side of the dialog box.
  5. Enter the name for the shortcut using the on-screen keyboard and tap “Add.” Safari will close automatically and you will be taken to where the icon is located on your iPad’s desktop.