Welcome to our newly updated website!
Since 1978, the Chastain Park Civic Association (CPCA) helps make Chastain Park a great place to live, work, and play. Our members and board are your friends and neighbors, and we are here to serve, improve, and protect Chastain Park. Our annual membership dues are critical in helping the CPCA deliver on our three-fold mission: advocacy, safety, and community building.
To better serve our members and community, we implemented Membership Toolkit (MTK) to manage our Membership Dues, Security Donations, Directory, Events, and Communications.
To JOIN CPCA or LOGIN to your new MTK account, please follow the instructions below:
- Click on the Register>>Login button below
- Select Create Account and fill in the name, email, and password info.
- Click Verify my email and then check your email for a link to complete the process.
- Once you have verified your email address, log back in and finish completing the Resident Information forms.
You must use the email where you receive messages from CPCA, then you may change the address if desired. Please do not create a new account if it does not recognize your email address, use the Forgot Password link to access your current user account info.
If you already have an account that uses Membership Toolkit, you can use the same email and password to login.
If you would like to download and print out the Registration Instructions, CLICK HERE.
Since 1978 the Chastain Park Civic Association (CPCA) has helped make Chastain Park a great place to live, work and play. Our members and board are your friends and neighbors. Contributions to 501(c)(4) organizations, such as the CPCA, generally are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes, but we are all unpaid volunteers, here to serve, improve, and protect Chastain Park. Your $120 annual membership dues are critical in helping the CPCA in our three-fold mission: advocacy, safety, and community building. 100% of the fees are used to support those efforts. Membership runs through each calendar year.
District 8 Newsletter
J.P. Matzigkeit, City of Atlanta
Thoughts from J.P.
This month, crime and finances are on my mind. When it comes to finances, we will approve a new budget in the next few weeks for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022.
Despite (or perhaps because of) the pandemic, we should be fine - at least for next year. We lost and will continue to lose a lot of revenue because of the pandemic, but federal stimulus programs will help us make up those losses.
As has been the case for more than a decade, there will be NO increase in the city’s 25% share of your property taxes. Equally important, we WILL make good on promised raises to our police and firefighters; raises for others will have to wait. We need our public safety officers now more than ever. My motto is, “take care of the people who take care of us,” and that is what we are doing.
Crime is a more vexing problem, as you’ll see. But I wanted to share with you this map that provides an important perspective for District 8.