Type to search

Partnership agreement with Color Vibe race organizers on March 2 Stone Mountain City Council agenda

Stone Mountain

Partnership agreement with Color Vibe race organizers on March 2 Stone Mountain City Council agenda

City of Stone Mountain seal on the historic railroad depot. Photo by Dean Hesse.

Stone Mountain, GA — The Stone Mountain City Council at its March 2 meeting will consider approving a charity partnership agreement with the organizers of the Color Vibe race.

The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this meeting will be conducted virtually. Here are the access instructions:

City of Stone Mountain – Government Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/CityofStoneMtn/


Join Zoom Meeting

Phone one-tap:

US: +16465588656,,82617524506# or +13017158592,,82617524506#

Meeting URL:


Meeting ID:

826 1752 4506



Join by Telephone

For higher quality, dial a number based on your current location.


US: +1 646 558 8656 or +1 301 715 8592 or +1 312 626 6799 or +1 669 900 9128 or +1 253 215 8782 or +1 346 248 7799

Meeting ID:

826 1752 4506

Last year’s Color Vibe race was suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. City officials are in talks with Color Vibe about potentially hosting the race on June 12, according to Visitor’s Center manager Kim Cumbie.

Color Vibe events in the past have taken place at VFW Park on Gordon Street with a portion of proceeds going to the Visitor’s Center.

Under the proposed agreement, Color Vibe will donate $1 per paid adult participant or $3,000 to the charity partner, whichever is greater. This donation will be provided to the charity partner within 30 days following the Color Vibe event.

The agreement also says, “Both parties agree to work together to either re-schedule or cancel the event in the case of COVID 19 numbers rising, or lack of public interest in the event due to the ongoing pandemic.”

Other business on the March 2 agenda includes:

– A $7,194 contract for service between Faith Works In Action and the city of Stone Mountain and the Senior Connect Program

– An $88,970 lease agreement between the city of Stone Mountain and Georgia Municipal Association for two Dodge Charger police vehicles and equipment.

– A request for disposal of city assets/declaration of surplus property for city assets stored at the Rock Gym facility

To read the full agenda, click here.

The Tucker Observer is a new community news website owned by Decaturish.comWe provide locally sourced news about Tucker, Clarkston and Stone Mountain.

For more Tucker news, follow us on Facebook by clicking here. Follow us on Twitter by clicking here

Want the latest news from the Tucker Observer delivered to your inbox every morning? Click here to sign up for our free daily newsletter. 

To become a paying supporter of Tucker Observer, click here