Harrisburg Blueprints Project
Georgia Conservancy - Harrisburg Blueprints for Successful Communities
In the fall of 2010, the Georgia Conservancy met with members of the Harrisburg Implementation Team to discuss initiating a
The first community workshop was held on February 5, 2011 and the second on March 11, 2011. The workshops are managed by the Blueprints Team and Georgia Tech students and faculty who are the face and workforce behind the project. Harrisburg's challenges, hot issues and strengths have been discussed at the meetings.
The planning study on-site work ran through May 2011. The students then set-to write the final report. Working within the structure of the Urban Area Master Plan, the final deliverables will be actual recommendations for completing projects as outlined in the Master Plan.
On 2/15/2011, the Harrisburg Blueprints Project was unveiled to the community. The final document, called Reclaiming Historic Harrisburg outlined actual recommendations for completing projects as outined in the 2009 Master Plan, The Westobou Vision.