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Shade structure coming to Buckhead’s Loudermilk Park

Construction returns to Charlie Loudermilk Park as the Buckhead Community Improvement District adds a shade structure over the seating area.

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Buckhead Traffic Is Bad And Getting Worse. Can Anything Fix It?

Horns blaring. Stop and go crawling through the next light. Commutes that take more than an hour, even for drivers going only five miles.

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Walking tour participants get inside look at Buckhead CID projects

The Buckhead Community Improvement District hosted a walking tour Oct. 17 and showed participants an aerial view of the proposed park over Ga. 400 site and an overview of several major CID projects.

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Reminder: Lenox Road Scoping Study – Public Information Open House

Buckhead Community Improvement District
Meeting Reminder

Lenox Road Scoping Study – Public Information Open House


Buckhead community members are invited to attend a public information open house about the Lenox Road Scoping Study project:


Wednesday, September 6
6 – 8 p.m.
Buckhead Library,
269 Buckhead Ave NE,
Atlanta, GA 30305.

This will be a public information meeting where community members can attend and ask questions about the project, which is aimed to determine the feasibility of various pedestrian, bicycle and roadway improvements to the Lenox Road corridor from the Lenox MARTA station toward Piedmont Road. The study began in 2016 and was conducted in partnership with the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC.)Click here for more information on ARC.

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Community Events

September 15 
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Livable Buckhead’s
PARK(ing) Day

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Jim Durret shares the vision for Park Over GA400

Experience 360° view of Park Over GA400

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Buckhead CID Proposed Millage

BCID Millage Notice - 2017

Park Over GA 400 Coverage

On July 26, 2017 the Buckhead CID, in conjunction with ROGERS PARTNERS Architects+Urban Designers, released an updated timeline, added project renderings and a new 360-degree immersive video rendering of Buckhead’s world class linear public park that will be created out of thin air over a half-mile section of Georgia 400 Highway (GA400).

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Peachtree Road to get major makeover

ATLANTA – One of the main roads running through Atlanta is about to undergo a major makeover.

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Roundabouts popular in Sandy Springs, less so in Buckhead

Once a source of controversy, roundabouts are starting to catch on in Sandy Springs as a way to improve traffic and/or safety at certain intersections and may be coming soon to Buckhead.

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Wieuca Road and Phipps Boulevard Roundabout Public Information Open House

Buckhead Community Improvement District
Meeting Reminder


Wieuca Road and Phipps Boulevard Roundabout Public Information Open House

Buckhead community members are invited to attend a second public information open house about the Wieuca Road/Phipps Boulevard roundabout project on Wednesday, June 7 from 6 – 8 p.m. at Wieuca Road Baptist Church. At the gathering, there will be a brief presentation and a Q&A session.

This is a partnership project with the City of Atlanta and the Atlanta City Council as a part of the City’s Renew Atlanta initiative.

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Community Events

June 7
5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Livable Buckhead’s
Beneficial Brews at SweetWater Brewing Co.

Buckhead News

Sculpture unveiled at Buckhead’s Charlie Loudermilk Park

Buckhead CID announces elections, other news
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Buckhead CID announces elections, other news

The Buckhead Community Improvement District May 26 announced its board elected one new member and re-elected two current members during a special caucus of electors as a part of its monthly board meeting two days earlier.

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