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East Point Main Street Association, Inc. – PO Box 91274, East Point, GA 30344
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To preserve and enhance the downtown area as the heart of
East Point, communicating a sense of place, community pride and heritage, while providing for a successful business and
residential environment.

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East Point Main Street Association, Inc
PO Box 91274
East Point, GA 30344

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General Information     Volunteer Information      Vendor Information     Sponsor Information

Main Street Board Officers

Shelbia King
Rachel Hill

Department of Economic Development: Erin Rodgers or 404-270-7059

Directions to Downtown

MapQuest: 2777 East Point Street, East Point, GA 30344

From Downtown Atlanta:

• From the Downtown Connector, 75/85,
• Take exit 243, Langford Pkwy/GA-166 W toward East Point
• Take exit: US-29/ Ft. McPherson/GA-154 N/East Point
• Take the ramp toward US-29/GA 139
• Turn slight right onto Womack Ave.
• Turn right onto Main Street/US-29 South
• Take slight left onto East Point Street
   Welcome to Downtown East Point!

From I-285

• Take Exit 2, Camp Creek Marketplace
   - if southbound, take a left at top of ramp
   - if northbound, take a right at top of ramp
• Turn left onto Washington Road
• Stay on Washington for about 3 miles
• Turn left onto Main Street/US-29 North
   Welcome to Downtown East Point!

Downtown Parking

Many Downtown businesses have their own parking lots and there is a variety of FREE street parking options throughout Downtown, but if you are visiting one of our businesses in the Downtown Historic Core (White Way/West Cleveland Avenue/Main Street/East Point Street blocks) be sure to see the map below to ensure you park in public parking areas (not in marked private parking lots like the Bank of America Building Parking Lots) to prevent the towing of your vehicle.

Click image to open printable PDF Downtown Parking Map.

Free Downtown Parking Options