This annual initiative takes place the first Tuesday in April, and is led by AmeriCorps, the National League of Cities, the National Association of Counties, and Cities of Service. Mayors and city leaders, county officials, and tribal leaders across the country are using national service more and more to solve their community’s toughest challenges. 

2020 changed our world: Lives and livelihoods lost. Devastating destruction and unimagined challenges faced.

Despite those obstacles, each day countless Americans answered the call to serve. They raised their hands. Stood up. Showed up. And volunteered to put their neighbors and complete strangers first. To help make America safer and healthier, more fair, and more just. 

The Georgia Historic Preservation Division is updating the Georgia Statewide Historic Preservation Plan and we need to hear from you!

Use this link to complete the survey:

Survey closes August 15, 2021

Help us continue to preserve Georgia's historic places!

February 2, 2021 - Notice is hereby given by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs of the drafting of the FFY20/21 for the State of Georgia Community Development Block Grant Method of Distribution. The proposed Method of Distribution outlines the national program goals and objectives outlined in Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act as well as the State’s CDBG program goals to accomplish the following:

Please see the list of currently funded Georgia Serves AmeriCorps Programs


National Park Service (NPS) Programmatic Agreement regarding ESHPF Funding for Hurricanes Florence and Michael and Super Typhoon Yutu


The State Housing Trust Fund for the Homeless Commission Meeting is scheduled for:

January 27, 2021 at 1:30 p.m. 

Due to COVID-19 this will be a virtual conference meeting held via WebEx.