The Atlanta Regional Commission and the Cities of Chamblee and Doraville invite community members of the Buford Highway corridor to imagine the area's future as a vibrant, beautiful, and welcoming place for everyone.
Residents, business owners, community members, and interested guests are invited to participate in an online survey that is now available in five different languages (English, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese).
The survey follows the first Community Forum held on October 12 and is an opportunity to hear from a wider group of people. Those interested in taking the survey can visit BuHimasterplan.com/surveys.html.
“The Buford Highway corridor is one of the most unique districts in the entire Atlanta region and we must do all that we can to preserve and strengthen this vibrant and dynamic community,” said lead planner and urban designer Aaron Fortner.
The Buford Highway Master Plan is part of the Atlanta Regional Commission’s Livable Centers Initiative, a program that helps communities envision and fund sustainable growth through planning studies and transportation projects in metro area downtowns, activity centers, and corridors.