Kirkwood Neighbors Organization

Kirkwood was incorporated in 1899, as an early streetcar suburb of Atlanta. Today our Atlanta in-town neighborhood is a socio-economically and racially diverse neighborhood that enjoys our proximity to Downtown, two MARTA stations, a rich tree canopy including protected forests, great schools, committed and involved neighbors, a growing retail district and a rich vein of Craftsman and Victorian homes on the National Register of Historic Places.


Kirkwood Neighbors Organization (KNO)

That's us! This is our website. We work alongside NPU-O & KBOA.
Learn more about the KNO

Our city is divided up into Neighborhood Planning Units. Learn More.

Kirkwood Business Owners Association (KBOA)
You can learn more about KBOA,  become a member, and/or find a list of local businesses & restaurants. Click here.


We've created an interactive map below highlighting playfields and parks in our neighborhood.


Kirkwood is in the Maynard Jackson High School Cluster 

Elementary School: Fred A. Toomer Elementary School (Toomer)

Middle School: Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School (King)

High School: Maynard Holbrook Jackson High School (Maynard Jackson)

K-12 Charter School: Charles R. Drew Charter School (Drew)

The Kirkwood Neighbors Organization exists to promote the flourishing of ALL of Kirkwood's residents. Learn more about becoming a member or renew your dues.

The KNO supports several committees led by volunteers working hard to serve our neighborhood. Learn more about our committees here.

Kirkwood Spring Fling & Tour of Homes, KNO Monthly Meetings, Committee Meetings, Lanta Gras, Pet Party in the Park, Special Events, and more...

Learn more about Kirkwood's history, organizations, our parks, our businesses, our schools and more

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