We’re glad you’ve chosen to make Winnona Park your home!
The Southeast corner of Decatur is home to the Winnona Park neighborhood. It is one of several neighborhoods that make up the City of Decatur. Our community is bordered by Agnes Scott College, Columbia Theological Seminary, The Waldorf School, and Dearborn Park, as well as neighborhood pubs, charming restaurants and retail stores.
Winnona Park is a short walk to many other areas of interest in downtown Decatur, yet it holds big and small treasures of its own: The Fulton House, the oldest original home in Decatur; Shoal Creek, which winds from one end of Winnona Park to the other; and the precious student-created butterfly garden and fish pond at our centrally located elementary school.
Our neighborhood is also home to a diverse group of people who represent different backgrounds, age groups, countries, creeds, lifestyles, and opinions. When we come together, we form a community of neighbors who play together, learn from each other, and work side-by-side to make a great Decatur neighborhood an even better place to live.
Stay Connected: Check our calendar for meeting dates, social events, and neighborhood activities. We also offer several additional ways to connect with us
Sanitation: The City of Decatur utilizes a Pay As You Throw (PAYT) system for its sanitation services. Residents purchase special PAYT trash bags from local stores and markets. All household trash must be placed in a PAYT bag in order to be collected. You can find more information on this service on the City of Decatur website.
Education: Local education resources.
Helpful Links: We’ve gathered some information you can review and will find helpful as you settle in.
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