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 PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS:
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.
ATLANTA PUBLIC SCHOOLS
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)
K-12 Charter School: Charles R. Drew Charter School (Drew)