Livable Centers Initiative
The Livable Centers Initiative (LCI)
is a program of the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC)
that awards planning grants on a competitive basis to local governments
and nonprofit organizations for the enhancement of existing centers and
corridors consistent with regional development policies. Through a
Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) grant, the City of Hapeville is
updating the City of Hapeville Comprehensive Plan. The Plan, once
adopted by the City Council, will be a tool to help guide the future
growth and development of the City.
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
activity and town centers. For more general information on the program,
see the ARC's LCI website.
The LCI in Hapeville
Building from the 2005 Hapeville Main Street Town Center Study,
the City of Hapeville is working with consultants on a master plan that
will focus on guiding future growth within the LCI Study area by
creating a vibrant, walkable, mixed use community that helps the City
reach its greatest potential. A key component of the planning process is community engagement.
The Hapeville LCI relies on community
participation to help define the future development goals of the City and the process will include many opportunities for public input.
To learn more about how you can be involved , take the on-line survey, or to learn more about the project, click here.
To view the December 2016 Presentation from the LCI/Comprehensive Kick-Off Meeting, click here.