The Redevelopment Powers Law, adopted by the General Assembly in 1985, gives local governments (cities and counties), such as our Douglas County, the ability to facilitate the redevelopment of blighted or economically depressed areas within our communities.
No. The Redevelopment Powers Law does not raise your taxes.
Vote YES to: “Shall the Act be approved which authorizes Douglas County to utilize tax allocation districts and redevelopment powers under the “Redevelopment Powers Law,” as it may be amended from time to time?”
The Douglasville Town Green project creates a new town center for the community. Built around a large public green space and amphitheater, this project will bring a mix of office, retail and residential development and will be the new home for community events, concerts and cultural activities.
Downtown Woodstock shopping and dining district features 20 chef-driven restaurants and 35 independent retailers. The Park and Amphitheater at City Center, Elm Street Cultural Arts Village, Reformation Brewery, MadLife Stage & Studios, Woofstock Dog Park, Noonday Creek Trail, and unique shops and eateries draw residents and visitors to this walkable, historic city center.
A destination of choice for Smyrna and the surrounding communities, Belmont Hills is a 48-acre mixed use development at the intersection of Atlanta Road and Windy Hill Road. The area features lush landscapes, a community green space with walking path, pavilion and pond, a variety of housing options, and a unique collection of restaurants and shops.
The City of Avondale Estates is a vibrant, growing community with a small-town feel, which is inclusive of all residents, supports new and established businesses, and encourages quality and sustainable development. The downtown follows a holistic city plan with integrated transportation, passive and active recreation opportunities, extensive landscaping and exceptional architecture.