Corridor Studies in progress - Comprehensive Plan Update (Guide Smyrna), Spring Road Corridor LCI Study and South Cobb Drive Corridor Redevelopment Study
Your input and feedback throughout the process for both studies is important and will help create a shared vision for both important corridors. Look for announcements of upcoming meetings and other opportunities on the event listing for this website (on the home page) and other communications channels such as Facebook and Twitter.
- Comprehensive Plan Update / Guide Smyrna 2040 - The City of Smyrna, beginning in February 2017, is updating the Comprehensive Plan. The process is referred to as "Guide Smyrna." Guide Smyrna is the community-based planning process for updating the City of Smyrna's Comprehensive Plan which is the overarching policy and implementation guide for future growth and development. The process will focus on future land use and also address transportation, housing, and economic development, core issues that shape our collective future and require open dialogue and strategic thinking to affect change over the next 20 years. Guide Smyrna will build upon the overall vision set by the 2014 Vision Plan as well as land use policy established in our existing 2030 Comprehensive Plan (adopted in 2007) and other City of Smyrna planning efforts.
- Guide Smyrna website - link to the left will guide you to the study website where you will find information about the purpose of the study and any associated diagrams and guidance such as meeting dates and public interaction and comment opportunities.
- Community Survey - available through the project website
- Community Meetings:
- Public Workshop 1: Thursday, February 16 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Brawner Hall (3180 Atlanta Rd, Smyrna Ga 30080)
- Public Workshop 2: Tuesday, March 21 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Brawner Hall (3180 Atlanta Rd, Smyrna Ga 30080)
- Public Engagement at the Spring Jonquil Festival - Saturday April 29 & Sun. April 30
- Public Open House: Thursday, June 8 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Brawner Hall (3180 Atlanta Rd, Smyrna Ga 30080)
- South Cobb Drive Corridor Redevelopment Study - ( the link to the left will take you to the study website/pages where you will find information about the purpose of the study and where you will access any associated diagrams). The City of Smyrna, with the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT), is conducting a Corridor Development Study for the South Cobb Drive corridor from Concord Road to Windy Hill Road, in coordination with the Cobb County, Cobb LINC, and the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC). The goal of the study is to formulate various concepts for corridor improvements with a focus on transportation and economic development. A major part of the study is to evaluate opportunities and challenges along the corridor to assist in the formulation of the development concepts. Please look for the comment option on the study website at www.SouthCobbDrive.com
- Community Meeting 1 - First public meeting - Tuesday, October 18, 2016 - 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. - Aline Wolf Adult Recreation Center - Open House format
- Community Meeting 2 - A second meeting is in planning - target date in February 2017
- Spring Road Corridor LCI Study - ( the link to the left will take you to the study website/pages where you will find information about the purpose of the study and where you will access any associated diagrams) - focusing on guiding redevelopment along Spring Road and identifying appropriate investment projects to improve the aesthetics and functionality of this corridor.
- Community Survey -
- Community Meetings:
- Community Meeting 1 / Visioning Session - November 1, 2016 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Cumberland Community Church. At this meeting, you will be introduced to the project process, the focus, and the schedule. A visioning exercise will take place to gain public input on the goals and visions for this master plan.
- Community Meeting 2 / Final Presentation - third week in January, 2017 - location/time TBD - At this meeting, the final draft master plan will be unveiled for participants to provide feedback and comment.