ARC is NOW ACCEPTING applications for 2015 LCI Studies, Community Choices and Lifelong Community Demonstration Projects.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: 12 NOON on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10th
See the LCI Application page for more information and to apply.
The Community Choices Program is an Atlanta Regional Commission quality growth initiative. Through Community Choices, we provide cities and counties with the tools, technical assistance and resources to help them create communities that best suit their unique visions.
Through the Community Choices Implementation Assistance program, ARC provides select communities with pro bono technical assistance to implement innovative quality growth policies and plans. Our Online Studio contains all past projects.
The Community Choices team also works with local governments year-round on a fee for service basis to implement quality growth plans and policies. For more information, visit our Community Planning Assistance page.
The Community Choices Toolkit is a collection of high-quality resources on community planning and quality growth. The tools provide citizen planners and elected and appointed officials with information they need to implement innovative community planning concepts in their city or county.
The Atlanta Regional Commission provides a broad range of tools, resources and technical assistance to help local governments design communities that work for them. The goal is to assist local governments with making good, long-term decisions about where, when and how they should grow in order to achieve their unique vision.
If you are interested in developing or understanding planning best practices and concepts, please see information on the Community Planning Academy.
Planning & Visioning Assistance
For communities seeking planning and visioning assistance, visit the Planning Assistance page, which highlights workshops, charrettes, and planning assistance teams led by ARC’s Community Development Division. These activities are designed to respond to local needs on an ad hoc basis and are typically outside the more formal context of some of ARC’s other programs.