Snellville seeks public input on Towne Center Livable Centers Initiative update. Courtesy City of Snellville

Snellville seeks input on Towne Center LCI update

Snellville is updating its Towne Center Livable Centers Initiative Plan and is seeking input from community members about their priorities.

The updated LCI plan will guide the city’s efforts to create a livable, walkable heart of the community by establishing priorities and creating a work program for the next five years. The survey is available through Sept. 30 at

This effort is a continuation of previous plans for the Towne Center area, which began in 2003 as part of the Atlanta Regional Commission’s LCI Grant Program. Participating communities are required to create a plan to achieve these goals and update it every five years to remain in good standing and eligible to receive program funding for transportation improvements.

The update will incorporate the latest community feedback, ongoing initiatives, recent issues and market realities, and new project ideas into an actionable five-year work program.

The next opportunity for the community to engage in the LCI and Comprehensive Plan updates will be an open house 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Nov. 7 at the Snellville City Hall Community Room.


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