Johns Creek seeks resident input for Town Center plan

A survey, an interactive mapping activity and a virtual public meeting Jan. 28 are ways Johns Creek residents can contribute to the Town Center Master Plan.
A survey, an interactive mapping activity and a virtual public meeting Jan. 28 are ways Johns Creek residents can contribute to the Town Center Master Plan.

Credit: City of Johns Creek

Credit: City of Johns Creek

Johns Creek invites residents to get involved with drafting a master plan for the Town Center area one of three ways: by taking an online survey, participating in an interactive mapping activity, or attending a virtual public meeting later this month.

“From parks to businesses to pathways and placemaking, together we can create a vibrant destination which draws on the best of what Johns Creek offers,” according to the Town Center Master Plan website, https://bit.ly/38DJCjl

The survey, interactive map and information about the virtual public meeting — to be conducted via Zoom starting at 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 28 — are available on the website.

The Town Center study area takes in the 192-acre Technology Park, bounded by Medlock Bridge and McGinnis Ferry Roads, Lakefield Drive and Johns Creek Parkway.

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