Hapeville Community Information

Hapeville offers several diversified and efficient recreational programs and activities for its citizens, while maintaining its parks and facilities in a clean, safe and enjoyable environment. Hapeville’s citizen involvement is of utmost importance, providing a community that is safe and well-connected. Hapeville’s Clean and Beautiful Commission’s primary mission is to promote public interest in the general improvement of the environment of the City of Hapeville. Some of the ways this mission is implemented are: Zap Trash Day, Earth Day activities with school involvement, planter maintenance throughout the City, and Yard of the Month selection.

Nearby, Atlanta, Georgia is rich with cultural history, its roots dating back 150 years ago. Founded as a rail terminus, Atlanta was a small railroad crossing. Incorporated by 1847, the city quickly became an important regional transportation hub. Today, the city’s seal includes a Phoenix rising from ashes. After the Civil War, the city was indeed rebuilt from ashes and with diligent work and support by its residents, the city continued to thrive and grow. It became the capital of Georgia in 1868. Offering a diverse list of recreational activities, historical significance and economical housing options, the communities of Atlanta have a variety of reasons why residents call it home.

Atlanta weather offers four distinct seasons, but winters and summers are short, giving way to long, gentle springs and falls. With this moderate weather, outdoor sports and cultural activities can take place year round. The Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area includes nine park units with a total of 50 miles of hiking trails, a Visitor Center, numerous picnic areas and equipment rentals. At the nearby Arabia Mountain Trail, visitors can visit huge rock outcroppings, woodland waterfalls, hundred-acre farms and wildflower fields.

Hapeville and nearby Atlanta metro offers plenty of great events planned year-round. Hapeville boasts the October Bluegrass & Blues Concert, Hapeville Downtown Live Concert, and the annual Happy Days event. The Atlanta Dogwood Festival, Atlanta Jazz Festival and Georgia Renaissance Festival are resident favorites among the outdoor events held nearby. On any given night in Atlanta, one can attend a Broadway musical, a symphony, Shakespearean theatre, numerous comedy shows, view fine art, hear a spoken word performance or attend one of dozens of concerts at venues all across the city.

Whether it's the diverse cultural and recreational opportunities, the friendly people or the beautiful weather, Hapeville and the surrounding communities afford a quality of life second to none. The southern hospitality atmosphere comes from a community that is proud of the continuing accomplishments that are making the Hapeville area an increasingly desirable place to live, work and raise a family.

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