Interested in how Ga. 9 North will grow and develop over the next decade? Then make sure you're a part of the visioning study of the popular business and residential corridor Wednesday, Feb. 13 at Crooked Creek's clubhouse.
This open public meeting, hosted by the City of Milton Community Development Department, kicks off at 6 p.m. at 14250 Creek Club Drive in Milton.
It will be an interactive exercise during which residents will discuss their vision for Ga. 9 from Bethany Bend to the Forsyth County line.
Milton Principal Planner Michele McIntosh-Ross said Milton recently completed a visioning study and development master plan for Ga. 9 from Mayfield Road to Bethany Bend (More information can be found on the city's website).
Alpharetta did not accept the same vision that Milton proposed for the portions of the highway within its city limits.
As such, it is now initiating a similar visioning study for the remaining portion of this corridor to ensure the main thoroughfare of the city is in line with resident desires, she said.
"We've already begun meeting the stakeholders, and we'll combine all the feedback we receive from residents into a plan for the area," said McIntosh-Ross.
There will be a follow up meeting and opportunity for feedback Wednesday, March 27 to present what planners create. It will also be held at the Crooked Creek clubhouse.
For more information on this process, email McIntosh-Ross or call her at 678-242-2538.