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“Blueprint” of North Fulton Business District Completed

ALPHARETTA, Ga. – With more than $81 million in infrastructure built over the past 10 years, the North Fulton Community Improvement District (CID) has now completed a new master plan for the commercial district along Georgia 400. Entitled “Blueprint North Fulton 2.0,” the master plan outlines priorities for the next decade of CID investments. Click here to view the plan.

“In 2008, we created Blueprint North Fulton as our initial master plan,” said Kerry Armstrong, Chairman of the North Fulton CID. “Our first Blueprint identified a list of priority transportation and quality of life improvement projects. It also helped guide our investments to address priority projects, including the extension of Westside Parkway at Old Milton Parkway, intersection improvements, landscaping at interchanges and much more.”

Blueprint North Fulton 2.0 outlines a new list of CID priorities and projects, and will guide the CID’s investments over the next five to 10 years. The CID’s urban design team, led by Eric Bosman of Kimley-Horn, developed the plan to prioritize improvement projects and maximize project impact.

“Blueprint 2.0 is an exciting next step for North Fulton. The CID is proud to have completed a significant majority of its key projects under the original Blueprint plan, and we’re looking forward to building on that success with an updated plan to further enhance quality of life and transportation connectivity in the District,” Bosman said.

Since its inception 10 years ago, the North Fulton CID has invested more than $16 million of commercial property owner funds to advance more than $81 million worth of transportation and infrastructure improvements. The North Fulton CID stretches along Georgia 400 through Roswell, Alpharetta and Milton, serving nearly 400 property owners and more than 77,000 employees.

“As the North Fulton CID celebrates a decade of success, we look forward to the implementation of this plan,” Armstrong said. “Founded in 2003, the CID’s goal is to be a catalyst for improvement projects that enhance mobility, nurture a strong business climate and contribute to an even better quality of life in North Fulton.”

For more information on the North Fulton Community Improvement District, contact Kristin Rome, Project Manager, at (678) 397-0570, or visit

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About the North Fulton Community Improvement District

The North Fulton Community Improvement District is made up of commercial properties stretching along Georgia 400 from Mansell Road north to McFarland Road. This group of committed business leaders is dedicated to maintaining and enhancing North Fulton by accelerating infrastructure and quality of life projects. For more information on the North Fulton Community Improvement District, contact Kristin Rome, project manager, at (678) 397-0570 or visit

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