Ted Kelly: the Man Behind the Fountain
Ted Kelly loves water. So much so that over the past 50 years he has been involved in the construction of some 2,000 pools or fountains.
But there’s a special place in his heart for the Mary Kelly Fountain in Emory Village Plaza. Read more.
Call for Entries: Emory Village Artist Series
AIEV aims to bring local artists to the neighborhood in October, celebrating their work while enriching the local community through a month long series of open-air, pop-up public art programs. Read more about how to participate in a unique opportunity to exhibit, talk about and sell fresh, compelling works. The entry deadline is August 15.
Open Streets Coming Back!
Mark your calendars now for Sept. 21, 2014 for the second annual Emory Village Open Streets. If you thought last year was fun, wait till you see what we have in store for 2014. More later....
A Village staple since 1999, Doc Chey's has opened a new restaurant concept called Dragon Bowl. Sample more choices of proteins, sauces and bases, along with kimchi dumplings.
In August, Ali’s Cookies will open in the Village in the former site of Tin Drum, which closed its doors in January. Emory Village will be the third location in Atlanta for Ali’s, which is known for its chocolate chip cookies as well as lactose-free and gluten-free cookies.
Emory Village Attracting National Attention
In late April AIEV Chair David Payne and members Betty Willis, and Todd Hill along with DHCA President Justin Critz welcomed a van full of planners from across the country who were in town for the national American Planning Association (APA) annual meeting. Read more.
Old Trolley Rails Return
Home to Emory Village
Emory Village's salute to history now reaches skyward in Emory Village Park, thanks to neighbor and metal worker Charles Calhoun. He repurposed three century-old trolley rails into a striking sculpture that soars over the park fountain.Read more.
AIEV Plants More Trees
One-Hour Parking Limit in Village
Emory Village Roundabout
Featured on Fox 5 News
It's a model for improving safety, easing congestion, and saving money. See the Fox 5 news report.
Vestiges of Emory Village
A long-time resident recalls fond memories of the Village. Read article in Emory Magazine.
AIEV's Work Holds True to Name (Emory Wheel editorial)
Wins Golden Shoe for Emory Village Project.
Tips for navigating the roundabout. Tips for pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists from PEDS.
Roundabouts are safe, cheap to maintain, and environmentally friendly. Read New York Times article.
What a roundabout means to you?
Village merchants offer something for everyone. See what’s in the Village.