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Today, the City of Atlanta faces an infrastructure backlog of more than $900 million. Mayor Kasim Reed has made a commitment to address the city's pressing infrastructure challenges. In order to begin improving our city's roads, bridges, sidewalks and upgrade critical public buildings and facilities, the city is proposing an infrastructure bond referendum to pay for these repairs and improvements.
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Project consideration is based upon the following materials:
2015 Proposed Infrastructure Bond New & Events
Public Information Meetings & Outreach
The Departments of Public Works and Planning and Community Development, in coordination with the Atlanta City Council, held a number of public information meetings to determine project priority and criteria for the 2015 Proposed Infrastructure Bond. The public comment record and/or meeting notes may be requested by contacting
City of Atlanta
Department of Public Works
Office of Transportation - Capital Projects
55 Trinity Avenue, SW
Atlanta, GA 30303
“Attached hereto is a DRAFT listing of potential projects which may be funded from bond proceeds to be issued pursuant to the March 2015 bond referendum election. This list is preliminary and has been compiled from a master listing of all needed infrastructure improvements. This preliminary listing is being presented in DRAFT form for discussion purposes only and not as an indication of intention that such list will be the final list within the meaning of O.C.G.A. 36-81-3(d). The final projects will be considered and approved by the City Council.”