Our 2015 Town Center CID Annual Report is here! From rolling out our new brand and bike share program to introducing the first lighted bridge in Cobb County, it was the busiest and most successful year to date. Thank you to our many partners both inside and outside the district for helping us achieve our [...]
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Iconic student-designed bridge honors local leader, represents historic joint partnership Through a well-coordinated partnership between Cobb County Department of Transportation (CCDOT), Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT), Kennesaw State University (KSU), and Town Center Community Improvement District (TCCID), Cobb County will officially debut its first lighted bridge, tomorrow, April 27. The 416-foot long bridge [...]
Well-received Zagster Bike Share Program honored for innovation and quality of life improvement The Town Center Community Improvement District (TCCID) was awarded the 2016 CREATE Community Award for Technology by the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) this week in recognition of the Zagster Town Center Bike Share Program. The TCCID launched the program in [...]
New website promotes Town Center community and features CID projects and resources The Town Center Community Improvement District (CID) announces the launch of its brand-new website: www.towncentercid.com. With a focus on the Town Center community, the CID is excited that the site will not only promote the Town Center area and its attractiveness to visitors, [...]
Since inception in 1997, the Town Center CID has invested over $3 Million in beautification projects and landscape maintenance within the District. From enhancing gateway locations welcoming all to the area, planting Cherokee roses along Noonday Creek Trail, facing concrete walls with Elberton Granite, beautifying medians with native flora, cleaning the roadways and sidewalks to [...]
On the heels of a successful update to the Town Center CID’s Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) Study, the TCCID has selected Kimley Horn & Associates to assist with a 2016 update to their current master plan. Over the next six to nine months, Kimley Horn will work with Town Center CID and its stakeholders in [...]
The Town Center Community Improvement District (CID) kicks off its new bike share system today, the first ever to be launched by a CID in the state of Georgia. Bikes are now available for use 24 hours a day, all year and are parked at three convenient docking stations located along the Noonday Creek [...]
The Town Center Community Improvement District rolls out an exciting new look for its logo today that celebrates the vitality and uniqueness of the area that it serves. Working with the award-winning Marietta agency 524 Creative, the organization shares a new logo and color palette, which will be followed by other key marketing [...]