Public Input Needed on Beltline-Like Project in South Fulton

The City of South Fulton is one of seven jurisdictions that will be home to the AeroATL Greenway, a multi-use trail system that’s part of Aerotropolis Atlanta’s master plan. A virtual public meeting will be held on April 21 at 2 p.m. to gather community input on the city’s “model mile.”

The proposed model mile site in South Fulton is located adjacent to Camp Creek Parkway. Potential access points within the study area include potential access points include Wolf Creek Amphitheater, Tom Lowe Trap and Skeet Range, Wolf Creek Library, Wolf Creek Golf Club, and Vandiver Lake.

A Livable Community Initiatives grant is helping to fund the development of site plans and engineering concepts for the AeroATL Greenway, and all seven jurisdictions are providing matching funds. In addition to South Fulton, the jurisdictions are: Atlanta, East Point, Hapeville, Union City, Forest Park and Clayton County.

POND, also responsible for the Atlanta Beltline corridor design, has been tapped to provide the services to complete the concept development. Consultants from the firm will lead the South Fulton meeting tomorrow.

They’ll present an overview of the AeroATL Greenway model mile feasibility study and discuss existing discussions and findings for South Fulton’s model mile trail corridor. They’ll also ask questions to get residents’ input as well as allow time for questions from the community.

The South Fulton model mile meeting can be joined online or by calling 404-397-1516 and using the meeting access code 614-232-481. Residents unable to attend can provide input by using an interactive mapping tool and taking a survey on the Aerotropolis Atlanta website.

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