NEXT BFCA Adopt-a-mile
Join us Friday, April 16 at 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. to help pickup litter on Bells Ferry Road. We are meeting at North Lakeside Drive, and will be escorted by Officer Pharr on our way north to the 575 interchange. Come meet Commissioner Birrell who will be assisting with this effort, as part of the Great American Cleanup! Bring your own gloves and mask. Keep Cobb Beautiful provides litter grabbers, bags and vests.
Officer Pharr: Community engagement officer
Officer Pharr is with the Cobb County Police Department and is the Community Engagement Officer for our area. He participates in the local Coffee with Your Cops program to help residents and the police develop positive relationships. Part of his responsibilities include working with citizens to identify and resolve issues which affect the livability of our immediate area. Specifically, he can help with speeding, stop sign issues and code violations in neighborhoods. He is also available to attend your Homeowner Association Meeting or board meeting, and can be contacted at Fernando.email@example.com.
As Cobb County continues to grow and develop, issues impacting the well-being of area residents are constantly surfacing; issues such as traffic speed and congestion, zoning and development, environmental quality, preservation of open space, crime control and prevention, and neighborhood enhancements. The BFCA is an all-volunteer organization from the Bells Ferry corridor. We work with local legislators, environmental groups, law enforcement officials, residents and neighborhood associations within our area to address these issues head-on as they arise. Individuals are encouraged to actively participate in their communities and the decisions affecting them.