City of South Fulton's Old National Councilpeople khalid, Rosie Jackson & Mayor Pro tem Mark Baker join forces with finance & development experts for a Future of South Fulton Forum focused on economic development along Old National — South Fulton's largest commercial corridor.. College Park city leaders will unveil their plans for the sprawling Target complex and other properties at Old National & Interstate 285.
Click on any of the documents below to view or download before or after the Summit.
Old National has the highest percentage of commercially-zoned land in the City of South Fulton. This map includes Addresses & Zoning Codes for every parcel of land along the Old National Corridor.
Click the picture above to view & print this Primer on Zoning Codes & Classifications. This document helps explain all the maps and other documents on this site.
Old National has the most freeway access of any commercial corridor in the City of South Fulton. This map shows Old National Higway's access to the interstate via 285 (Old National, Riverdale Rd/Hwy 314) 85 (Old Nationall, Flat Shoals, Hwy 138) and South Fulton Parkway/S.R.14 (Buffington, Old Bill Cook).
The City of College Park is using a Tax Allocation District (TAD) to redevelop Old National’s first mile – the entrance from I-85/285 to South Fulton. Redevelopment plans include the long-abandoned, old Target building and the Old National Discount Mall.
Created in 2015 by Atlanta's Urban Land Institute in 2015, the study by real estate, legal and technology experts outlines the challenge & opportunities for economic development along Old National Highway in the City of South Fulton.
Unlike Comp Plans & Zoning Ordinances, which regulate how land can be used, an Overlay regulates what the buildings built on that land must look like, and what materials they must use.
Click the pictures above to view & compare Old National's Overlay (10 pages, last updated in 2009) with Dunwoody's Perimeter Center Overlay (78 pages, updated in 2016).
Click the button below to view Overlays & Zoning Ordinances for all of Fulton County, including South Fulton and other Fulton cities.
Created by Fulton County in 2016 before we became a city, the 2035 Comprehensive (Comp) Plan lays out a 20-vision & strategic plan for South Fulton, including demographic data for the area, land use by regional "character" areas, and workforce development plans.
This map shows the entire City of South Fulton —in relation to neighboring cities — with great street level detail.
Alternate City Map of South Fulton with City Council Districts more clearly defined
2018 SUMMIT PROGRAM
The 5-hour summit is divided into 2 sections: Old National - Past & Present and The Future.
Old National: Past & Present
12.00-12.25 Icebreaker: Citizen Bingo ($100 Prize)
Councilman khalid, Councilwoman Jackson, Mayor Pro tem Baker (25 mins)
12.25-12.30 Welcome (5 mins)
South Fulton Mayor William “Bill” Edwards (5 mins)
12:30-1.10 Panel 1: Old National – Past & Present (40 mins)
1.10-1.30 T-Splost & Paving Updates (20 mins)
Antonio Valenzuela, Dir. of Transportation, Fulton County Public Works
1.30-2.00 Q&A (30 minutes)
The Future of South Fulton
2-2.20 Comp Plans, Zoning Ordinances & Design Overlays (20 mins)
Breanna Smith & Dana Gray, City Planners, City of South Fulton
2.20-2.30 Q&A (10 mins)
2.30-3 Panel 2: Voices from the Future — Millennial Professionals (30 mins)
3-3.20 Q&A (10 mins)
3.20-3.30 The First Mile: City of College Park’s Old National Plans (10 mins)
Tracey Wyatt, Mayor Pro Tem, City of College Park
Arite Jones III, Economic Development Director, City of College Park
3.30-3.40 Q&A (10 mins)
3.40-4.10 Which Way to Downtown? A New Vision for Old National (30 mins)
4.10-4.30 Q&A (20 mins)
4.30-5 Comp Plan Feedback Exercise & Next Steps (30 mins)
Councilman khalid, Dan McRae, Mark Van Allen
5 Q&A with Surprise Guest (20 mins)
Chris Pike, South Fulton's new Economic Development Director