Client: City of Flowery Branch
Location: Flowery Branch, Georgia
Status: Current Project
On-call planning services that include daily planning activities such as site and architectural reviews
Assisting in the preparation of an application to receive GDOT funding for trail projects in the downtown area
In 2017, TSW was retained by the City of Flowery Branch to fulfill on-call planning services, including site development reviews, architectural reviews, and site design drawings that reflect the City’s long-term goals.
Since initiating work with the City, TSW has since created a list of proposed priority, fiscally-constrained capital improvement projects, including:
- A downtown park/town green;
- Farmhouse Park;
- East Main Street Trail;
- Mulberry & Spring Street Trails;
- Gainesville Highway to LIghts Ferry Trail;
- Gainesville Highway Trail to Farmhouse Park;
- Jones Road Trail Park Connector; and
- Streetscape projects on Mitchell Street, Pine Street, and Railroad Avenue.
Currently, TSW is assisting the City to acquire funding for trail projects through GDOT’s Transportation Alternatives Program, a program that funds “non-traditional” transportation projects, like pedestrian facilities, bicycle facilities, and streetscaping projects. If GDOT awards the City with funding, they will receive around $2.7 million to implement a trail network and connections in and around the downtown area.