Plantlanta 2023: Something Special to Discover

Join us for Plantlanta 2023
Friday & Saturday, November 3 – 4, 2023

Across the City of Atlanta, 12 Planting Projects in 12 City Council Districts
Hundreds of Volunteers to Plant 800 Trees Across Atlanta in One Weekend

2023 is our eighth year of Plantlanta, our single largest planting project in neighborhoods across all 12 City Council Districts of Atlanta.

Everywhere you go, there’s something special to discover about the neighborhoods of Atlanta. Plantlanta takes you to locations you know well, as well as spots you’ve haven’t explored yet. Where ever we go, we find (or plant) beautiful trees and meet great people. If you’re looking for something special, take a look at our project list and find something special that sparks your fancy.

You can be a part of Plantlanta 2023 by signing up for a project site today! Invite a friend to join you. Introducing others to new communities across Atlanta and to the power of community forestry is a key benefit of Plantlanta.

Trees Atlanta Announces the Plantlanta 2023 Project Sites


To register to volunteer, please select the registration link for each project site below.  More information about individual shifts and meeting locations are provided.

Friday, Nov. 3

District 1 Ormewood Park Historical neighborhoods in Atlanta with beautiful shaded streets.


District 2 Poncey-Highland at John Lewis Flowering Forest A living tree tribute to Atlanta icon John Lewis continues to expand in Freedom Park.


District 6 Ansley Park at BeltLine Northeast Trail The Northeast Trail is getting 80 new trees planted in one day.


District 12 Sylvan Hills Features one of Trees Atlanta’s original Neighborhood Arboretum.



Saturday, Nov. 4

District 3 Bankhead at Maddox Park One of Atlanta’s oldest parks, close to a MARTA Station and accessible via BeltLine.


District 4 West End Known for their stately architecture and landmark homes, including the Wren’s Nest.


District 5 Kirkwood Established in late 1800s as a “street car suburb community” with craftsman and victorian homes.


District 7 Garden Hills at Bagley Park Frankie Allen Park was renamed Bagley Park in 2022 to restore the original Black community name.


District 8 Chastain Park Atlanta’s 3rd largest park has an amphitheater and a horse park.


District 9 Rockdale at Proctor Creek Transport yourself “far away” into the woods along a flowing rocky creek in the center of the city.


District 10 Fairburn Road/Wisteria Lane at Wilson Mill Park Among the smallest official neighbhoods of Atlanta (205th of 248 by population).


District 11 Princeton Lakes Plant an orchard of fruiting trees along residential streets.


Are you a neighborhood leader or want to be one? If your neighborhood is in or near one of the Plantlanta planting sites, help us get your neighbors signed up to volunteer! Contact:


Follow Trees Atlanta and keep an eye on our @treesatlanta social media accounts and help your neighbors know to join you at Plantlanta.