North Fulton CID adopts new master plan update

The North Fulton CID recently adopted a new master plan update for the commercial district along Ga. 400. (Courtesy North Fulton CID)
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The North Fulton CID recently adopted a new master plan update for the commercial district along Ga. 400. (Courtesy North Fulton CID)

The North Fulton Community Improvement District recently adopted a new master plan update for the commercial district along Ga. 400. Entitled “Blueprint North Fulton III,” the new master plan outlines priorities for the next five to seven years of CID investments.

With the help of urban design team, Kimley-Horn, the plan identifies a priority list of 20 potential CID projects.

“Our first Blueprint, adopted in 2007, identified a list of priority transportation and quality of life improvement projects,” said Kerry Armstrong, Chairman of the North Fulton CID. “Since then, the North Fulton CID has invested $23 million to bring more than $130 million in infrastructure improvements to the North Fulton community. Our team is looking forward to increasing our impact as we implement this plan over the next five to seven years.”

The projects and initiatives identified in the Blueprint III Master Plan total $121.7 Million in projected design, engineering, and construction costs.

“We really focused on creating an updated plan that was heavily data driven. Blueprint III includes an updated market analysis of North Fulton while also looking at mobility and traffic trends in North Fulton,” said Brandon Beach, Executive Director of the North Fulton CID. “I am looking forward to seeing how this plan further enhances the quality of life and transportation connectivity in the district.”

View the master plan update: www.tinyurl.com/NFCID-BlueprintIII.