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Neighborhood Planning Unit

The Westview neighborhood is part of Neighborhood Planning Unit T (NPU-T), which also includes West End, the Atlanta University Center, Ashview Heights, Beecher-Donnelly, Just Us, and The Villages at Castleberry Hill.

City Council

Westview is divided between two City Council Districts (Atlanta City Council District Map) – District 10 and Dictrict 4. District 10 is west of Ralph David Abernathy Blvd, and District 4 is east of Ralph David Abernathy Blvd.

District 10 Council Member: 

Andrea Boone 

District 4 Council Member: 

Jason Dozier 

Police department

Westview belongs in the Zone 4 Police District. Properties west of the BeltLine corridor are part of Beat 404 and properties east of the BeltLine corridor are part of Beat 401.

Georgia House & Senate

Westview is divided between two Georgia House of Representative Districts – 56 and 57. Properties west of Ralph David Abernathy Blvd are part of District 57. Properties east of Ralph David Abernathy Blvd are part of District 56.

District 57 State Representative:

Stacey Evans

District 56 State Representative:

Mesha Mainor

The entire Westview neighborhood is located in Georgia Senate District 39.

District 39 Senator: 

Sonya Halpern 



John A. White Park abut’s the Westview neighborhood to the south. The park features nine holes of golf. It also offers The First Tee program, which teaches children ages 8-17 how to play golf.


Within John A. White Park is the McGhee Tennis Center, which features eight tennis courts.


Swimming options are available at the Washington Park Natatorium indoor pool for water aerobics, swimming lessons and physical rehabilitation in the Washington Park neighborhood north of Westview. To the south is the John A. White Park outdoor pool.


To those that do not own their own bicycles, the City of Atlanta offers the Relay Bike Share program. For a daily, monthly, or annual fee bikes can be rented around town. The closest bike station to Westview is located at Gordon-White Park.


For a quick nature getaway the 134-acre Cascade Springs Nature Preserve, with two creeks, a waterfall, hiking trails, and a lush hardwood forest, is just a short drive down Cascade Avenue.


Westview also has easy access to two Atlanta BeltLine trails. The West End/Westview Trail runs through the eastern side of the neighborhood, and the SW BeltLine Connector Trail can be accessed via the dead end of Westwood Avenue and Rogers Avenue in the adjacent Westwood Terrace neighborhood. Both trails offer comfortable routes for car-free walking, running and biking.

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