East Point’s Jefferson Park is hosting a neighborhood-wide yard sale.
About two dozen homes are selling everything, from vintage furniture and toys to handmade jewelry.
It takes place on Saturday, April 19, from 8 a.m to 3 p.m.
Here’s a PDF to print out: JPNA spring yard sale map
JPNA Spring Yard Sale Map in East Point, Ga.
JPNA Spring Yard Sale Map (1)
A nearly $5 million project will redesign streets in downtown to make the area more friendly to bikers and walkers.
East Point Ward B Council member Lance Rhodes posted the details on Facebook about the proposal to improve downtown East Point by redesigning two well-traveled roads, Main and East Point streets. The plan would make car drivers share the road with cyclists, in addition to enhancements to narrow the roads and reroute a downtown street.
Most of the funding would come from a federal transportation grant and MARTA. The city would contribute about $963,000.
It must be approved by the city council to move forward.
Here’s the plan: