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


Register Your Bike Saturday at the Book Festival

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Bike Registration at the Book Festival This Saturday

Ride your bike over to the Decatur Book Festival, have it registered, and then Valet Park it to enjoy the festival.

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Bicycle Registration Today in Oakhurst!

IMG_9452The Decatur Police Department will be registering bicycles in front of Oakhurst Market (650 East Lake Drive, Decatur, GA 30030) this Friday, August 14, 2015 from 5pm-7pm.

Bicycles are a commonly stolen item and are not registered like vehicles. Bicycle registration includes providing owner contact information, having the manufacturer and serial number documented and having a numbered decal applied to and a photo taken of your bicycle.  The process takes just a few minutes.  Registering your bicycle allows officers to look up recovered bicycles and contact the owner and allows for us to quickly look up the needed information about your bicycle if it were to be stolen.  The information is kept in a secured database only accessible by police department staff.  We will also register scooters that do not meet the size requirements for state tag registration.

*There is NO CHARGE to register your bicycle or scooter.

Ride Your Bike to Team Decatur Kick-off!!

Team Decatur Kickoff Bike Registration

Ride Your Bike to the Ebster Dedication and have it Registered

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Decatur Farmers Market Spring Launch is March 21…..Wednesday Market Returns March 25


Here is the corrected poster! This web address will get you to the correct Decatur market!


The Wednesday Market is returning to the lawn of the First Baptist Church on March 25. Be sure to ride your bike over and have it registered. Jennifer Ross from the Decatur Police will be on hand to register your bike in the event that it is stolen. If recovered, they will be able to trace it and return it to you.

Hope to see you at the Market on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

What Are YOU Doing to Stay Active This Weekend?

As always there is plenty to do in Decatur on a nice Fall weekend. Here are some ideas to keep you active:

Friday, October 17:
Decatur Third Friday Fun Bike Ride, 6:30 pm meet at Church Street MARTA ready to ride. More info is here.

Saturday, October 18:
Bike Registration and Safety Event at the Decatur Housing Authority, 10 am until Noon. Register your bicycle witih the Decatur Police, ride the children’s safety course and learn signals, lane changing and more. For more information contact or

Fairies in the Garden, Woodlands Garden, 2 until 5 pm. Information is here. We went to this in the past and it was awesome!! Not only do you feel like you have left the city while wandering the garden, but the little Fairie Homes are so creative and stoke the imagination. Consider walking or biking over as parking is limited. Or park at Westchester School and walk over.

Decatur Craft Beer Festival, Information is here. I believe there are still some VIP tickets available.

Sunday, October 19:
RideWell Bike Festival at Holy Trinity Parish, 1 pm until 6 pm. Information is here.

What else do you know of that is happening in Decatur this weekend? Feel free to comment…..

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Bike Registration and Children’s Bike Rodeo May 17!

Do you want to have your bicycle registered with the police department in case it is lost or stolen?

If so, please stop by the Children’s Bike Rodeo Saturday, May 17, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. in the Callaway parking lot, located at the corner of West Trinity Place and Commerce Drive in downtown Decatur. Decatur Police will record the identifying information for your bicycle, apply a decal and photograph your bicycle so that in the event it is stolen, the needed information will be on file. Also, in the event the bicycle is found, it can be reunited with its owner. The process takes just a few minutes.

Even if you are not attending the bike rodeo, please bring your bicycles by and get them registered.