Home of the Braves
Truist Park, the home of the Atlanta Braves is the first of its kind -- a destination that simultaneously builds and integrates a state-of-the-art Major League Baseball ballpark with a multi-use development and community. It is conveniently located a mile away from Horizon. There is a free CobbLinc Bus (Circulator Green) that has stops near Horizon and Truist Park. See the circulator's route and schedule by clicking here.
The Battery Atlanta is for Atlanta Braves fans before and after the game at Truist Park. Even for non-baseball fans, the Battery Atlanta brings over nine restaurants, four retail stores, a music venue, a hotel, and more permanent residences. The Battery is continuing to develop with plans for another hotel in the works as part of the mixed-use development.
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In 1988, some commercial property owners in northwest Atlanta agreed to pay higher property taxes than the rest of us voluntarily to create the Cumberland CID. And since that time, the CCID has leveraged their $100 million in investments into half a billion dollars in roads, transit, commuter services and more. Get the latest information on projects, construction updates, and more by visiting their site. They also have an e-newsletter to help you stay on top of the latest news in the area.
In The Terrell Mill Community Association was formed in 2007, and was renamed in 2016 as The Powers Ferry Corridor Alliance (PFCA). The PFCA is a group of area residents,business owners, managers, and homeowners association leaders who are working together with our county officials to guide the redevelopment and revitalization of the Powers Ferry Corridor. The PFCA is leading the way on a range of community-development initiatives, such as zoning and land use, education, traffic, public safety, and recreation. The PFCA provided input to the Powers Ferry Master Plan, a 20-year blueprint for the overall redevelopment of the area. Additionally, the PFCA continues to support efforts to ensure that future housing in the area provides a balanced socio-economic mix to sustain profitable businesses and quality schools. The PFCA is also lobbying to implement traffic alternatives in the area to reduce commute times and ease gridlock.
Do you have questions about voter registration? Am I registered to vote? Where do I vote? Where can I find a sample ballot? Find answers to all these questions and more at the Cobb County Board of Elections and Registration office.