Welcome to the One Atlanta Storyboard, where we go beyond the press release to meet the people impacted by the policies put forth in City Hall every day.
Chief Content Officer and award-winning TV news journalist Keith Whitney travels the city to bring you the real stories of One Atlanta.
Re-imagining the future of the Atlanta City Detention Center is a complex and daunting undertaking that will take unprecedented creativity and innovation. To help City leaders, residents and other stakeholders find the clarity to brainstorm solutions – and have a...read more
Did you know that when you catch an Uber anywhere in Atlanta, dispatchers with the city’s 911 Communications Center are riding in the car right along with you? As part of the Uber mobile app, there’s a “Call 911” button that automatically links you to the emergency...read more
Human trafficking is often associated with sexual exploitation, but its terrible reach goes far beyond that. In many ways, it’s a modern form of slavery that plays out everyday in public places right before our eyes. Ouleye Ndoye Warnock, the City of Atlanta’s Senior...read more
Andrea Mckenzie is an internationally acclaimed artist from Trinidad and Tobago, who now calls Atlanta home. Her work has the power to not just turn heads, but to bring a sense of wonder to the people who view her incredibly intricate multi-media paintings. Her art –...read more
The Atlanta Storyboard Marks Its First Year With More Than 100 Videos About The Good Work Going On In Your City
Did you know that every single day, the media reaches out to the City of Atlanta to get its news? Well, you should too! After all, it’s been an incredibly busy year in your city with memorable stories to keep you engaged and informed here on the Storyboard. And it's...read more
The holidays can be extremely difficult for vulnerable families. But that’s where many City of Atlanta employees step in and step up to help. City workers routinely volunteer their time and their resources to help make sure Atlanta’s kids and seniors have plenty to...read more
Atlanta police officers representing units from all across the department came out this week for their annual rite of Christmas – the Santa Cop shopping spree for kids. The officers treated the children to breakfast at the Hard Rock Café before taking them out to...read more
Art is a coveted resource in Atlanta. It informs and inspires. That’s why it’s an important part of Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ One Atlanta vision for the city. The Mayor uses her office both literally and figuratively to promote the work of established and emerging...read more
With four meetings now completed, the Mayor’s Task Force To Re-imagine The Atlanta Jail is getting ready to move into its next phase to gather additional public input on proposals. After talking face to face with more than six-hundred people, the task force will move...read more
Beginning January first, Atlanta’s firefighters and rescue personnel will receive their most significant pay raises in more than a decade, thanks to a 15.6-million-dollar plan announced by Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms this week. The Atlanta Fire Rescue Department...read more
Retiring Corrections Chief Patrick Labat Receives City’s Highest Honors And Praise From Atlanta Leaders
This week, Atlanta Department of Corrections Chief Patrick Labat was honored by Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms as well as the Atlanta City Council for his transformative work and leadership at the City Jail. During Chief Labat's time at the helm, the jail has received...read more
Commemorating World AIDS Day is an important way to recognize the vital roles that communities, activists, educators, healthcare professionals and others play in helping to call attention to the illness and to continue the pursuit of a cure. Artists in Atlanta have...read more