The Downtown Development Authority of the City of Norcross is dedicated to the revitalization and redevelopment of the central business districts of the City of Norcross.
Duties and Responsibilities
The Downtown Development Authority shall organize itself, carry out its duties and responsibilities and exercise its powers and prerogatives in accordance with the terms and provisions of the Downtown Development Authorities Law (O.C.G.A. § 36-42-1 et seq.) as it now exists and as it might hereafter be amended or modified. These duties include:
Developing and promoting downtowns
Making long-range plans or proposals for downtowns
Financing (by loan, grant, lease, borrow or otherwise) projects for the public good
Executing contracts and agreements
Purchasing, leasing, and selling property
Issuing revenue bonds and notes
DDA meetings are held on the third Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m. at City Hall in the 2nd floor conference room.
DDA is a seven-member board serving four-year terms with one board member serving as the council representative/liaison. Directors shall be either a taxpayer residing in the City or an owner or operator of a business located within the downtown development geographic area or a taxpayer residing in the county.