CPNO Membership and Meetings

The Candler Park Neighborhood Organization (CPNO) came into existence in 1971. Before that, Candler Park was part of a neighborhood alliance called BOND (Bass Organization Neighborhood Development) that included Lake Claire, Inman Park and several other adjacent neighbhoroods.

CPNO Meetings

Candler Park Neighborhood Organization (CPNO) meetings are held the third Monday of every month at 7 pm (social period starts at 6:30 pm) at the First Existentialist Congregation ("Old Stone Church"), 470 Candler Park Drive, across from the Candler Park golf course. Meeting notes are available in the Messenger - see archive here.

All Candler Park residents are welcome, and we love to see new faces! You don't need to be a member to attend the meetings, but you need to be a member in order to vote.

CPNO Membership

To become a member, fill out this online registration form, or contact the Membership Secretary for a paper form. There is no fee to become a member, although a voluntary contribution is encouraged.

CPNO also welcomes contributions that are not attached to a membership application. Please contribute here!

Only registered members are eligible to vote at monthly meetings, and you must be a member by the first of that month.

To verify your membership status at any time, click here, and then click "I would like to renew my membership for 2014."  If you have renewed, confirmation of your renewal status will be displayed (including the date you renewed).  This page can be printed and brought to any meeting as confirmation of eligibility to vote.

Committee meetings are held at Epworth United Methodist Church, 1561 McLendon Avenue, 2nd floor.

CPNO Board

The CPNO Board also meets monthly (second Monday of every month at 7 pm at Epworth Church - 1561 McLendon Avenue) and board meeting notes are posted here

The 2014 CPNO Board is listed in the right rail of this page. Please contact board members with any questions or concerns.

Requesting Funds from CPNO

The neighborhood organization receives a number of requests each year for funding. We want as many of our members & neighbors as possible to have an opportunity to review requests, and help make sure we fund projects that align closely with our mission statement: to promote the common good and general welfare in Candler Park. To that end, we have created a set of guidelines for individuals and organizations to follow when requesting $500 or more. These guidelines help widely socialize your request, and give everyone the opportunity to ask questions early and avoid suprises.

The guidelines are available here. The process begins by filling out a grant request form (click here). Any questions can be addressed to grants@candlerpark.org.