A residential development and new bridge along with river access and trails has been considered for the north end of Sandy Springs at Roswell Road and Azalea Drive.
Heath and Lineback engineering firm has been conducting a feasibility study on the sites to determine challenging topography areas, according to the city. Sandy Springs is also following Metropolitan River Protection Act guidelines, Coffer said.
The spokesman said that after the next input meeting the latest concept plans will be available on the city website. On a future date, city council will vote on which park location would be the first priority to develop, he said.