Residents help plan look of Ga. 9 North

Vision study meetings Feb. 13, March 27 at Crooked Creek



MILTON, Ga. – Interested in how Ga. 9 North will grow and develop over the next decade? Then make sure you’re a part of the vision study of the popular business and residential corridor Wednesday, Feb. 13 at Crooked Creek’s clubhouse.

The study of Ga. 9 will encompass the northern section of the road in Milton, from Bethany Bend to the Forsyth County line. The study comes after the city recently completed a similar study for Ga. 9 from Mayfield Road to Bethany Bend.

This open public meeting, hosted by the 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.

“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 Milton Principal Planner Michele McIntosh-Ross.

There will be a follow-up meeting and opportunity for feedback Wednesday, March 27 to present what planners create. The follow-up meeting will also be held at the Crooked Creek clubhouse.

For more information on this process, call or email McIntosh-Ross at 678-242-2538 or

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