DeKalb Trails & Greenway Master Plan
Explore the station on your computer or smart device today! The Interactive Model will evolve and expand as the Master Plan takes shape – so be sure to visit for updates. Please note that you may be placed in a queue while users explore the Interactive Model. User sessions are limited to approximately 5 minutes per session. Click HERE to learn more.
DeKalb County is home to a network of over 59 miles of greenways, trails, and paved paths. These trails not only connect communities, they also provide recreational opportunities and active transportation options for the County’s residents and visitors. DeKalb’s existing trail master plan was created over 20 years ago, and as the County continues to develop and grow, an updated comprehensive master plan is necessary. Our goal is to develop an implementable trail and greenway master plan built on an inclusive, equitable engagement process and a decision-making framework based on community values, feasibility, and constructability. Click HERE to learn more.
I-285/I-20 East Interchange
The I-285/I-20 East Interchange project will improve traffic flow and safety at this busy interchange. This critical junction in DeKalb County requires operational and geometric improvements to address inefficient flow of traffic and safety performance. Learn more by clicking HERE.
The Greater Hidden Hills Community Development Corporation operates as a not-for-profit business for the purpose of marketing and developing this community (including the options to purchase, sell, and lease property for economic development and job creation). This Greater Hidden Hills Community covers the area described in the Greater Hidden Hills Overlay zone, established by the DeKalb County Board of Commissioners in December 2011.
The South DeKalb Improvement Association Inc. (SDIA) focuses on the economic welfare of the region. It was created for the purpose of serving as a voice for citizens of unincorporated DeKalb County about topics that affect quality of life and are common to residents across the region. We believe that we live in a beautiful environment. We believe that by addressing the common issues in our communities and by partnering with others we can improve our community.