Gotham Way Park

Gotham Way Park is located on about 2.3 acres at the end of Gotham Way, where the official entrance is located. The park is also accessible from Kilburn Drive and Lebanon Drive. All three are dead end streets off Wimbledon Road. Gotham Park is not owned or maintained by the City of Atlanta, so it's up to the civic association and all who use the park to take care of it and make it a vibrant place for our residents to enjoy. 

The Gotham Way Park Committee is responsible for seeing that the park is maintained and brings recommendations to the board of directors for work that needs to be done on the park. This committee also takes the lead in developing the plans to improve the park for the benefit of all our residents. The chair of the Gotham Way Park Committee is Jorgelina Striedinger. Email Jorgelina for more information about the committee and its meeting times.

History of Gotham Way Park 

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* For donations of $100 or more, T-shirts will be distributed mid/late November. We will have several local pickup dates and locations at local restaurants. Details coming soon! We will make sure you receive your T-shirt!

** For business donations of $250 or more, we’ll display a sign with your business logo/name at Gotham Way Park at the park entrance or by the stairs (your choice) through the end of the year and in an upcoming PHCA email newsletter, which goes to more than 350 residents.


More than $650 already raised!

Donate $100 and get a free PiHi Tshirt!*

Businesses, donate $250 and get a sign with your logo/name!**

We are raising funds for maintenance of a large wooden staircase in Gotham Way Park. The stairwell allows access to the park from Lebanon Drive, and is used by people exercising, walking dogs, and bringing children to the park to play. The stairwell has recently been pressure washed but needs restaining to protect the wood from decay. We need to raise $1,300 to complete the work. Please contribute to help us preserve this valuable asset in our neighborhood. 

All donations are tax deductible. To donate, please use the donation form below.  All levels of donations are welcome and deeply appreciated!

Contact Us

Piedmont Heights Civic Association
1579 Monroe Dr. NE, Ste. F307
Atlanta, GA 30324