Our organization is stronger and more successful when residents who care about specific issues join us in our efforts. If you are interested in the work we do, or any other issue affecting Oakland City, please consider doing the following:
(1) Attend one of our monthly public meetings.
Our public meetings occur monthly on the fourth Tuesday of every month. We meet from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at 1305 Oakland Drive S.W., Atlanta, Georgia 30310. A number of issues touching on several neighborhood priorities are addressed. Our monthly meeting is a forum for getting updates on new developments in or near our neighborhood, staying informed about resources, getting to know people, and talking about ways to get further involved.
(2) Become a member.
The OCCO is organized and operated to promote the common good and general welfare of the community. Civic betterment and improvement are sought through discussion, education, and change. Major objectives will include, but not be limited to, arranging and conducting neighborhood meetings, studying and reviewing all proposals of a commercial, residential, or housing development/rehabilitation nature. The OCCO will seek to encourage and maintain open communication between residents and other local organizations.
Any person of legal voting age who is a resident property owner, tenant, or non-resident property owner in the area of OCCO (as defined in the By-Laws) is eligible for general membership. Complete one of the following sections based on your planned relationship with OCCO. Complete your membership at http://www.occoatl.org/become-a-member-2/
(3) Like our Facebook page.
Follow us on Facebook. Through our website and Facebook, you will receive regular updates about projects, events, and meetings happening in Oakland City. You can then decide which projects, events, or meeting you’d like to engage in.