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City of Doraville
Atlanta Regional Commission

Recent Updates:

WSB-TV: Doraville LCI Plan Adoption/GM Redevelopment (Video)

Final draft of the Master Plan.

Final Presentation (PDF)
Public presentation made at 3/2/11 meeting. Also available: Updated maps.

Draft recomendations and survey posted.

Community Workshop Ideas (PDF, 1.5 MB)
Summary of ideas shared by participants at the September 22, 2010, Community Workshop.

Community Workshop Presentation (PDF, 16 MB)
Download and review the presenttion from the Sept. 22 community workshop.



LCI Plan Adoption

The LCI plan was adopted by unanimous vote of the Doraville City Council on Monday March 21, 2011.


The 2010 Doraville Downtown Master Plan is a community-based effort to prepare a plan for the area including and surrounding the now shuttered Doraville Assembly Plant. The plant’s redevelopment and its ripple effects provide opportunities to connect diverse communities, fill housing and economic voids, foster quality growth, and expand public space. The study’s goal is to capitalize on these opportunities and ensure that future redevelopment benefits Doraville, surrounding communities, and the region.

This current effort is the second LCI undertaken by the City of Doraville in recent years. The first, completed in 2005, focused on the Buford Highway corridor inside I-285. This previous LCI, along with several other initiatives impacting the study area, will be carefully studied and incorporated into this effort. For more information on previous planning efforts please visit Documents.

The Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) Program

Livable Centers InitiativeLCI stands for Livable Centers Initiative. Since 1999 the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) has been providing funding for planning studies and transportation projects across the Atlanta region. This program of studies and projects has become known as the Livable Centers Initiative (LCI). The focus of the program is to encourage increased residential development, mixed-uses and connectivity in different community types. For more information please click here (PDF).








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