The South Fulton Community Improvement District (CID)

is a self-taxing group of commercial property owners working together to facilitate business and community development through transportation improvements.

The South Fulton CID works in partnership with government officials, business professionals, and members of the surrounding community.

The South Fulton CID was formed in 1999 by business leaders interested in improving freight access to warehousing, manufacturing, and industrial sites along Oakley Industrial Boulevard and connectivity to I-85. The heart of the South Fulton CID is its businesses and real estate owners. Our businesses include Adesa, Clorox, CSX, Exel Inc., Nestlé Purina Pet Care, Owens Corning, Porex, Smucker’s, PPG, Electrolux, US Foods, and more. Our real estate owners include Clarion Partners, Prologis, IDI, DCT Industrial, Exeter, AEW, Knight Development, Simmons Veder, and more.

We are located primarily in the I-85, Oakley Industrial Blvd, and Roosevelt Highway (US 29) corridors within the City of South Fulton, City of Fairburn, Union City, and City of Palmetto.

LATEST

NEWS & EVENTS

Notice Of Report of South Fulton Community Improvement District Proposed Millage Rate

In compliance with O.C.G.A. §48-5, the South Fulton Community Improvement District reports that at its meeting on July 19, 2019, beginning at ­­­­­11:30 A.M. at the Country Inn & Suites, 7815 Senoia Road, Fairburn, Fulton County, Georgia 30213, the South Fulton CID Board of Directors will vote upon a proposal to levy an ad valorem taxation rate of 3 mills, and will set its millage rate for the lawful purposes of the District for the current calendar year.  Set forth below are the assessed taxable values of the properties subject to taxes for the current year and the immediately preceding five calendar years, the total dollar amount of ad valorem taxes proposed to be levied for the current year and levied in the immediately preceding five calendar years, as well as the percentage and total dollar increases or decreases with respect to each immediately preceding calendar year.  All property levied upon is real property.  The millage rate for each year has been 3 mills.

Click here for a PDF version of this notice that includes proposed and historical assessed values and taxes levied.

Notice Of South Fulton Community Improvement District Election

NOTICE IS GIVEN as provided in the FULTON COUNTY COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS ACT, approved April 3, 1987 (Ga. L. 1987, p. 5460) as amended, that a caucus of Electors of the South Fulton Community Improvement District shall be held on the 17th day of May, 2019, at US Foods, 7950 Spence Road, Fairburn, Fulton County, Georgia 30213.  The purpose of the caucus is to elect Board members to Posts 7, 8 & 9 to serve on the South Fulton Community Improvement District Board. Registration for the election shall be held from 11:15 o’clock A.M. to 12:00 o’clock noon.  Voting will occur immediately thereafter.  A map of said District is on file with the Clerk of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners.  All Electors as designated under the Act are invited to attend and cast their votes.

South Fulton CID In The News

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution recently highlighted the South Fulton CID and the city of Fairburn’s agreement to spend $1.47 million to build a park and ride near the busy intersection of Ga. 74 and I-85. The forthcoming park and ride will be built in hopes to eventually bring a MARTA bus stop to the area. To read the article and learn more about how the South Fulton CID is making strides to improve commuter traffic in the area, click here.

City of Fairburn - Situated to Succeed

Learn about one of the anchors of the South Fulton CID: Fairburn, GA– a city poised to become an even more viable, burgeoning center of commerce and culture.

Board Meetings

South Fulton CID meetings are held on the third Friday of each month at 11:30 a.m.

State Grant Award for Howell Ave. Extension

Governor Nathan Deal recently announced $1.5 Million transportation grant for the Howell Avenue Extension project, which will construct a new road connecting SR 74 (Fairburn Industrial Boulevard) to Bohannon Road for approximately one-half mile through a mostly undeveloped section of land. This effort will improve freight connectivity to SR 74 and I-85 in the area of the CSX intermodal terminal and will improve access for undeveloped land.

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HIGHLIGHT PROJECTS

A time-lapse video of the building construction can be view below.