About ADDA

Charter

For more information about the Main Street methodology or commercial district revitalization in general, please visit:

The Georgia Main Street/Better Home Town Program

or

The National Main Street Center

Formed by state legislation in 1977, the Athens Downtown Development Authority administers the revitalization and redevelopment of the Central Business District. Acting as a liaison between the Athens Clarke County Government and the Downtown Business community, the Authority coordinates planning and implementation of public facilities as well as assisting private investors and individual businesses.

The Athens Downtown Development Authority Board of Directors is a seven member volunteer board appointed by the Athens-Clarke County Board of Commissioners that governs the Downtown Development Authority.

 

ADDA Board Meetings are held the second Tuesday of every month from 3:00-5:00 P.M. The Board Meetings are held at the Chamber of Commerce located at 246 West Hancock Avenue. All Board Meetings are open to the public.  

 

ADDA Board of Directors

                                                           

 

Work Plan FY14-15

The ADDA recently approved its FY14-15 Work Plan.


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