CID board votes to partner with City of Roswell in $56,000 traffic study.
At its June board meeting, the North Fulton Community Improvement District (CID) agreed to partner with the City of Roswell on a traffic study that could greatly expand connectivity in the Sun Valley and Warsaw roads area. The $56,000 study by URS will take approximately four months.
The area being researched is located west of Georgia 400 and north of Holcomb Bridge Road. It is adjacent to the CID and near a major UPS facility. “Should these projects move forward to construction, the connectivity will create a clear benefit for commercial property owners in the area, and to properties within the existing CID,” said CID Board Chairman Kerry Armstrong.
The unanimous vote by the CID board followed a unanimous vote on Monday night by the Roswell City Council. The city and CID will pay $28,000 each for the traffic study.
“We are excited about the project and see a lot of synergies with the CID,” said Roswell City Councilmember Rich Dippolito at the CID board meeting.
The Sun Valley/Warsaw connection was one of the projects identified during the CID’s “Blueprint North Fulton” master planning process.