Comprehensive Plan Update
In 2016, Chattahoochee Hills updated its Comprehensive Plan.
There were two city-wide public meetings and a round of smaller neighborhood meetings designed to get input from as many residents as possible. A steering committee made up of members from all parts of the city also met three times to help guide the process. All meetings were public.
The final adopted plan is available here (6 MB pdf)
You can find the original 2011 Comprehensive Plan here (7 MB pdf).
No further meetings are scheduled. Please check back for future updates.
All meetings are public.
Comp Plan Update Schedule
2/23: First Steering Committee meeting
3/15: Rico Community Planning Meeting
3/22: First City-Wide Public meeting
4/19: Second Steering Committee Meeting
Late May & Early June: Neighborhood Meetings
6/16: Third Steering Committee Meeting
7/14: Third Rico Meeting
7/19: Final Public Meeting
8/18: Final Steering Committee Meeting
9/13: City Council Review
September & October: DCA (State) Review
ALL MEETINGS ARE PUBLIC
Rico Crossroads Community Planning
The Crossroads Community vision expressed in the current Comprehensive Plan states, “Contingent on community support, Rico would be developed into an active crossroads community, with the infill addition of smaller, historically consistent, commercial or civic development. Citizen input is vital and development will not occur if there is not support. Rico is the only crossroads community currently under consideration for this sort of development.” (p. 35)
Residents of Rico and other community members have met three times to consider the future of the neighborhood. The group discussed the area’s history, its boundaries, some favorite and least favorite features, and some broad outlines of what the future holds and how the planning process should proceed.
Information from the first two meetings is posted in the Resources section, below.
There are no more meetings scheduled through the end of the Comp Plan Update process. The work on the Rico Crossroads Community will continue. Stay tuned for further information!
Thank you to all who participated in the Rico Crossroads Community planning process! Your work will appear in the Comprehensive Plan and will shape the path forward for the Rico.
Here you can find materials from the Comp Plan meetings along with other Comp Plan resources.
Allison Duncan from the Atlanta Regional Commission is leading the update process. She can be reached by phone at 404-463-3284 of by e-mail at email@example.com.
Steering Committee Meeting 1, February 23, 2016
Rico Crossroads Community Planning Meeting 1, March 15, 2016
Download the flyer (0.3 MB pdf)
Voting Results pdf (Combined)
City-Wide Public Meeting 1, March 22nd, 2016
Maps: Four identical aerial images of the city with different text asking participants for information and opinions:
Issues and Opportunities Update exercise results. Participants rated the current relevance of the Issues and Opportunities sections from the current Comp Plan
Responses to open questions. Participants described what they are optimistic about over the next five years and what the city’s challenges are over the next five years.
Steering Committee Meeting 2, April 19, 2016
Community members participated in a series of neighborhood meetings that were scheduled to provide as much opportunity as possible for participation. Each meeting covered the same material*.
May 24, 6:00 PM: Serenbe Community Room
May 31, 6:00 PM: Cochran Mill Nature Center
June 4, 3:00 PM: Cedar Grove Community Building
June 6, 6:00 PM: New Hope United Methodist Church
June 9, 6:00 PM: Providence Baptist Church*
The June 9 meeting at Providence Baptist Church also covered some Rico Crossroads Community topics. Here are materials from that meeting:
Steering Committee Meeting 3, June 16, 2016
Public Meeting, July 19, 2016
Issues & Opportunities and Policies:
Rico Crossroads Community Presentation Boards:
Previous Comprehensive Plan Update draft (8/11/2016) (6 MB)
Draft submitted for state and regional review (9/1/16) (6 MB)
Final Comprehensive Plan Update Adopted by City Council