Tucker Job Fair

 TUCKER JOB FAIR *** In Honor of Veterans *** Download (PDF, 404KB) WHEN: Thursday, November 7, 2019 10:00am – 1:00pm WHERE: Rehoboth Baptist Church, 2997 Lawrenceville Hwy, Tucker 30084 (just outside I-285/MARTA #30) BRING: Resume / 2 pieces of ID, Information for...
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Spring Membership Meeting

Spring Membership Meeting June 18, 2019 6:30pm to 8:00pm Join your fellow members for our Spring Membership Meeting. We will be awarding one deserving student with our Student of the Year Scholarship. Dinner will be served free for members and we ask non-members to...
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GIVE-AN-HOUR at the Peach Pit on Saturday

Give-An-Hour on Saturday, May 18⋅9:00am – 12:00pm Kelley Cofer Park, 4259 N Park Dr, Tucker, GA 30084, USA Description:Let’s help Friends of Kelley Cofer Park work on the Peach Pit Stage construction: We will be continuing construction on the outdoor stage that...
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Tucker Civic Association is a non-profit volunteer organization of residents and business owners located in Tucker, Georgia.  We are committed to promoting a healthy, safe, and fun community for all residents –the young, the aging, and the people who care for them.

What does Tucker Civic Do?

  • We preserve the small town atmosphere of Tucker and maintain the integrity of our residential areas
  • We help improve commercial areas and encourage a robust local economy
  • We are the “go-to” group for planning, land use, and zoning issues in the Tucker area
  • We work with parks and green space initiatives
  • We partner with public safety groups such as neighborhood watch programs, police officers, and fire stations
  • We establish good relationships with other organizations in metro Atlanta, such as the ARC, ONE Dekalb, and others

How Can I Volunteer? The Tucker Civic Association sponsors a “Give An Hour” (GAH) volunteer project each month. The GAH program allows community members the opportunity to be involved by giving just one hour a month doing such things as helping spruce up a local park, providing items to a local food bank or showing support for our local police and fire personnel.

Tucker Lifelong Community

The Tucker Lifelong Community Project is committed to creating a “home for a lifetime” by building, promoting, and expanding accessibility of service programs, diverse housing and transportation options, and encouraging healthy lifestyles for residents of all ages. The program is based on input from the community through surveys and ongoing focus groups and upcoming events.

For more information, please visit the Tucker Lifelong Community website.


June 27, 2019
  • I-285 Eastside Express Lanes Public Information Open House

    June 27, 2019  4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
    DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Atlanta - Northlake, 4156 Lavista Rd, Atlanta, GA 30084, USA

    The I-285 Eastside Express Lanes project will add an Express Lane in each direction along I-285 between I-20 and Henderson Mill Road in DeKalb County. The Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) will host a series of Public Information Open Houses (PIOHs) to present the project to the public, to answer questions and to receive comments.

    There will be no formal presentations. Displays at all four meeting locations will be identical.

    Note: This is a GDOT meeting. The Tucker-Northlake CID is not the host of the meeting. However, Facebook provides no option to add the event our Facebook page without listing us as the host.

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June 29, 2019
  • Workshop: Building Sustainable Trails

    June 29, 2019  9:00 am - 1:00 pm
    Henderson Park Concession Stand, 2801 Henderson Rd, Tucker, GA 30084

    Become a Trailblazer

    Join us Saturday, June 29 from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., to learn how to build sustainable trails!

    Park Pride and Friends of Tucker Parks have joined up with trails advocate Walt Bready, State of Georgia Trails Education Specialist to teach participants all about trails for local parks. Part lecture, part workday, the Sustainable Trails Workshop will teach attendees about natural surface trail care, covering the best practices for building, maintaining, and improving recreational trails for non-motorized use. The goal is better sustainability that can reduce overall maintenance needs and user impacts on our natural resources. All skill levels are welcome.

    Questions? Contact John Ahern, Volunteer Manager, at john@parkpride.org.

    Registration is $20 and includes workshop, light breakfast, and lunch. For more information and to register,click here

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