The Mountain Park Community Association (MPCA) is incorporating as a nonprofit and their purpose is to advocate for the community as a whole on issues related to permitting, rezoning, transportation, development, public safety, and other matters that affect the entire community.
Through advocacy for and collaboration with individuals, HOA’s, businesses, as well as other organizations, the goal of the MPCA is to improve quality of life and preserve the character of the area. By uniting as an organized community, they have already begun to interact with the County and others to make their needs and preferences heard.
The physical backbone of the Mountain Park Community is Five Forks Trickum Road between the intersections of Killian Hill and Rockbridge Roads. This includes residential areas served by these intersections and the businesses & organizations located nearby. It does not matter if you live within Lilburn City Limits, in unincorporated Gwinnett or Dekalb, or if your zip code is Lilburn or Stone Mountain. If these intersections are a vital piece of your daily life and within your home range, then you are a part of the greater Mountain Park Community.
The virtual Public Meeting of the Mountain Park Community (MPCA) is an open forum and will include several special guests; Gwinnett County Commissioner, Ben Ku, plus an opportunity to meet the candidates for Gwinnett’s Commission Chair: David Post & Nicole Love Hendrickson.
The meeting is an opportunity to give MPCA your input and share your vision for our community. The virtual meeting will be held Thursday, August 20, 2020 from 7:00 – 9:00PM on Zoom. The Zoom link is as follows: Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/95902475887?pwd=T29wSnJ0L2F0REJCTU1WcUt0bGZVUT09 Password: 859926
Or access by telephone: 888-270-9936 (US Toll Free) Conference code: 831009.