Cycle to the Farmers Market and Get Your Bike Registered….It’s Free!


Row. Tone. Om. is this Saturday!


You have just a few more days to purchase your ticket for ROW. TONE. OM. this Saturday, October 1st in the Decatur Square! Three of Decatur’s top fitness studios are coming together for one incredible morning of wellness – Pure Barre Decatur, Orangetheory Fitness and Decatur Healing Arts! What better way to set your intention for the month? Purchase your ticket online today at! The cost is $20 and after the event you’ll enjoy samples from Kale Me Crazy and Zoes! Tickets will not be sold at the event and must be purchased by this Friday! Let’s do this, Decatur!

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Move It Monday: Biking!


Whether indoors or outdoors, biking is a great exercise for beginners! Click here to learn about the top health benefits of biking, plus tips on getting started.

For information on cycling in Decatur, visit


Third Friday Bike Ride is This Friday!

BFC sign.jpgJoin Decatur Active Living for the Third Friday FUN Bike Ride this Friday, September 16 at 6:30 p.m. We explore the city at a slow pace suitable for most riders and ride approximately 6 miles. This is a  no-drop ride: no one will be left behind. After the ride we will visit a local watering hole for refreshments.

Meet in front of the Decatur Recreation Center, 231 Sycamore Street, and  be ready to ride at 6:30 p.m. If you need air in your tires, come early and use our Bike Repair Station located in front of the building.

Helmets and lights are required- we want to be safe and seen!

For more information on biking in Decatur, visit

Construction at McKoy and Oakhurst Parks


New Pavilions and Concession Buildings Coming to McKoy and Oakhurst Parks

Construction will  begin this week on new picnic pavilions and concession buildings at both McKoy and Oakhurst Parks.

The pavilions and concession buildings at McKoy and Oakhurst Parks were built almost 40 years ago.  The picnic pavilion in McKoy Park and the concession building in Oakhurst Park were renovated in the mid-1990s.  Except for miscellaneous repairs, none of these buildings have been improved since.

In addition to the general objective of providing modern pavilions and concession buildings, restrooms will be provided that can be used during the winter months. Presently, existing restrooms in both parks are not winterized and are not available during cold weather.  Site improvements will improve accessibility in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act as well as providing storm drainage facilities to meet City code requirements.

An accelerated construction schedule provides for completion of the work in February, 2017. Both parks will remain open during construction but parking will be limited and residents and visitors should avoid construction areas.

Consider walking or biking to the parks!


Learn about Pedestrian Safety at the Concerts on the Square!

bright-at-night-artThe Pedestrian Advisory Committee of the Active Living Board will be at the Saturday Concerts on the Square all month to provide tips on being “safe at night”. Visit the orange Active Living tent for ideas, information and more!

We encourage you to walk or bike to the Concerts and be sure to wear something bright and/or reflective.

For more information on pedestrians visit



Lil’ Lax, Register Now!

Lil Lax

Lil Lax

Girls Volleyball Clinic, Register Now!

Coach Kele Eveland, 1st Team All-American setter, former professional volleyball player and NCAA Division-I coach, is back in the City of Decatur offering a girls volleyball clinic.
Register online at
Girls Volleyball

Girls Volleyball

Lil’ Dribblers Basketball, Register Now!

Lil Dribblers

Lil Dribblers

Start Smart Golf- Register Now!

Start Smart Golf

Start Smart Golf