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Help transform a deteriorating public space to create a welcoming gathering space for those of all ages and economic statuses.

The Coweta Street Park Initiative is a Project of Coweta Community Foundation.


The Coweta Street Park initiative will transform an existing public space within the city of Senoia, creating an innovative, welcoming, and accessible green space for those of all ages and economic statuses. 

The existing park is sparse and deteriorating. This public-private community-wide initiative will create a healthy, vibrant green space revitalizing the North side of Senoia, expanding access to multi-generational families, children with disabilities, and the entire community.

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The current Coweta Street Park was built decades ago along with the housing and urban development homes in the area. It has not had any significant modifications or upgrades since. There are limited ADA accessible areas in the park currently and no ADA accessible playground equipment.

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The vast majority of the funds to be raised supporting this initiative will come from private sources. The park will be open to the entire community. All other funds necessary to complete the park project will come from either cash donations or in-kind donations of needed goods and services.

The park fundraising committee is seeking the involvement and support of local businesses, corporations, and foundations. The Senoia Housing Authority, AMC, Coweta-Fayette EMC, Historical Concepts, Integrated Science and Engineering as well as other local businesses have already invested in the Coweta Street Park initiative.

Our local community is an equally important pillar in the success of this project. Citizens, churches, and civic organizations are the beating heart of Senoia and can be a driving force in bringing this project to reality.

Every dollar donated, every hour of in-kind services provided, and every ounce of
materials provided on an in-kind basis will go towards the completion of this
initiative.  All efforts of the Park Steering Committee and Fundraising Committee are on a volunteer basis.

The Coweta Street Park Initiative is a Project of Coweta Community Foundation.

Donations are being made to the Coweta Community Foundation (CCF) and earmarked for the Coweta Street Park Project. CCF is a well-established 501(c)( 3) in Coweta County Georgia

progress to date...


Total Cash & In Kind Donations & Commitments
Thus Far

While the conversations started well over a year ago, the Coweta Street Park Initiative became a reality in early 2022 as a group of community volunteers came together and formed a steering committee.  Since early 2022 the Initiative has secured approaching $270,000 in cash and in-kind contributions.  The journey has begun, much more needs done; come help Be the Difference!

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Coweta Community Foundation

PO Box 236

Newnan, GA 30264

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initial sponsors

The Senoia Housing Authority, AMC, Coweta-Fayette EMC,  Historical Concepts, Integrated Science and Engineering and other local businesses have already invested to help kick-start this initiative.

Coweta-Fayette EMC
Coweta-Fayette EMCCoweta-Fayette EMC
AMC Networks
AMC NetworksAMC Networks
Coweta Community Fund
Coweta Community FundCoweta Community Fund
Historical Concepts
Historical ConceptsHistorical Concepts
Integrated Science & Engineering, Inc
Integrated Science & Engineering, IncIntegrated Science & Engineering, Inc
Senoia Area Housing Authority
Senoia Area Housing AuthoritySenoia Area Housing Authority
Brewer Marketing Group
Brewer Marketing GroupBrewer Marketing Group

corporate sponsors

Businesses and Corporations Donating from $20K and up in Cash or In-Kind Services

Businesses and Corporations Donating Significant Cash or In-Kind Services

community partners

Small and medium sized businesses, churches, civic organizations donating $500 or more

individual contributors

The Coweta Street Park Initiative is made possible through the generous support of businesses, community organizations, and especially, families and individuals. Individual contributions, no matter how big or small, are invaluable in helping to kick-start this important project. The response from the community thus far has been truly inspiring, and we are grateful for everyone who has joined us in this effort.

But we need your continued support to ensure the success of the Coweta Street Park Initiative. By purchasing a permanent brick for the park's walkway, you can show your commitment to improving our community and leave a lasting legacy for future generations. Donations between $250-$999 can have a personalized brick (three lines up to 24 characters per line) added to the Park’s walkway.   Donations of $1,000 and above can have a larger personalized brick. Each and every individual contribution is crucial to the success of this initiative, and we thank you for your generosity and support.

Most Recent Individual Contributions

Kim Detwiler
Cindy Hartpence
Ethel Brady
MariClaire Blackburn
Carol McMackin
Maria Trammell
Simon & Alice Fornari
Jennifer Dobbs
Tony & Susan DiSanzo
Paula Bendzsuk
The Blackwell Family
The Harrison Family
Gary Anderson
The Smith Family
The Sewell Family
The Nolan Family


Most Frequently Asked Questions

How can a local corporation or business get involved and help make a difference?

Contact us at or call us at 470-980-6813. One of our fundraising team committee members will speak with you about your interest and can schedule an in person or virtual presentation that can fill you in on plans for the park and how other corporations and businesses are already involved.

How do I find out more or ask questions?

You can email the park organizing committee at or call us at 470-980-6813. One of the committee members will respond as quickly as possible.

Will there be volunteer work days to help?

Yes, as we enter the construction phase for the park, the park committee will be actively recruiting volunteers for many activities. We also welcome and and are grateful for in-kind donations of goods and services related to the park, including landscaping materials and services, park benches and tables, and so much more.

Why isn’t the city paying for this park?

In simple terms, the city simply doesn’t have the budget for this type of initiative at this time. The park committee believes there is more than ample interest from local corporations, businesses and area residents to secure the funding necessary to complete the park. There has already been nearly $200K of cash and in-kind services donated, secured or committed, putting us well on the way towards securing enough funds to complete at least phase one of the park. Although the city won’t be paying for the park per se, the city will be providing maintenance and ongoing support for the park once completed, and has gone to great lengths to ensure that already planned and budgeted modifications to Coweta Street will greatly complement and enhance the design and layout of the proposed park.

Will there be parking?

There will be parking for cars and golf carts.

Is the park only for the housing project residents?

Although located in the Senoia housing authority area, the park will serve all residents of Senoia, it is a community wide public space.

Why do we need another park when we already have Seavy Street Park?

Seavy Street park has limited facilities for our residents with accessibility needs and is too far from the areas of the city where those residents reside.

When will construction be finished?

We hope to have phase one of the project completed by the end of 2023.

When will construction start?

Once we secure funding for phase one of the project, we would plan to initiate construction. We plan for this to be sometime mid-late 2023.

What level donor do I need to be to have signage or recognition?

There will be various corporate sponsor, community partner and family/individual donor levels, all which will be detailed at

How will it be maintained and who will pay for maintenance?

The city of Senoia has agreed to maintain the park once completed.

Who will the park serve?

The park will serve all residents of Senoia, it is a community wide public space.

Still have questions?

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