Clayton County Government Offices will delay opening until 10AM on Thursday, January 18, 2018 due to inclement weather.
Report non-emergency neighborhood issues.
From street repair, to tree damage or code enforcement
issues, all of these can be reported and the progress of the work monitored.
Services are for unincorporated Clayton County and do not include areas inside city limits.
2004 | 2009 | 2015
Widening and Reconstruction of Anvil Block Road from Grant Road to Allen Drive at the Clayton/Henry County line. The portion of Anvil Block Road from Grant Road to Bouldercrest Road (project length of 0.46 miles) will be a 4-lane facility with a raised concrete median. The portion of Anvil Block Road from Bouldercrest Road to Allen Drive (project length of 1.34 miles) will transition to a 3-lane facility with a center turn lane. The total length of project is 1.80 miles.
The proposed 4-lane facility will widen and grade separate C.W. Grant Parkway under Norfolk Southern Railroad and Old Dixie Highway. Also proposed is the widening and relocation of Conley Road and Old Dixie Road. The total length of project is 1.30 miles.
Project consists of the widening and reconstruction of Battle Creek Road (CR 1342) from Valley Hill Rd to Southlake Pkwy for approximately 2.11 miles. This project will widen Battle Creek Road from the existing two lane facility to four lanes with a 20-foot wide raised median and an urban shoulder consisting of curb and gutter, 6-foot wide grass strip and 5- foot wide sidewalks.
This project consists of widening Battle Creek Rd (CR 1342) and Mt. Zion Blvd (CR 28) from Southlake Pkwy to Somerton Dr. The existing two and four lane facilities will be widened to four 11-foot wide lanes with a 20-foot wide raised median with urban shoulders consisting of 2.5-foot wide curb and gutter, 2-foot wide grass strip and 5-foot-wide sidewalks.
The proposed 4-lane facility will relocate a portion of Clark Howell Highway from Forest Parkway just east of the Flint River to Terrell Mill Road and will realign a portion of Forest Parkway from the Flint River Bridge to SR 85. The total length of the project is 1.08 miles.
Widening and Reconstruction of Flint River Road from a 2-lane roadway to a 3-lane facility with a continuous center turn lane beginning at Glenwoods Drive and ending east of Kendrick Road for a total project length of 1.13 miles.
Widening and Reconstruction of Godby Road from a 2-lane roadway to a 4-lane facility with a raised concrete median beginning at the Fulton/Clayton County Line and ending just east of the intersection of Godby Road and SR 314/West Fayetteville Road for a total project length of 0.68 miles.
Widening and Reconstruction of Mt. Zion Boulevard from a 2-lane roadway to a 3-lane facility with a center turn lane beginning at Somerton Drive and ending at Rex Road for a total project length of 0.62 miles.
Widening and Reconstruction of Norman Drive from a 2-lane roadway to a 3-lane facility with a center turn lane beginning at SR 314/W. Fayetteville Road and ending at SR 139/Riverdale Road for a total project length of 0.68 miles.
Holding account for 2004 SPLOST undesignated revenues.
Work will consist of pavement milling and patching; Overlaying the existing pavement and replacement of existing pavement markings; Replacement of damaged concrete curb and gutter sidewalk, along with removal and replacement of substandard Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) ramps and sidewalk sections on various roads.
Emergency Repair to Brown Road Bridge over Swamp Creek.
Replacement of the Brown Road Bridge over Swamp Creek.
Adding a left turn lane at the Primary School and extending sidewalk to Fielder Rd.
The Project will consist of extending the existing triple barrel (10’ x 8’) concrete box culvert for Swamp Creek to improve the roadside safety of Mundys Mill Rd. The roadway shoulders and embankment slopes will be widened to the extent of the clear zone as defined by AASHTO.
Adding a turn lane.
The Project will consist of constructing a 5 -foot wide concrete sidewalk along both sides of Panhandle Road from the intersection of McDonough Road (SR 920) to the intersection of Tara Road in areas without existing sidewalk. The project will include installing new Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant ramps and upgrading existing ramps that are not ADA compliant, construction of concrete curb and gutter at various locations, pavement markings, roadway signage, and storm drain improvements. Existing sidewalks in need of repair will also be replaced.
Construction of a 12-foot wide auxiliary (right-turn) lane along the southern side of State Route (SR) 138 between Shannon Oak Drive and Lake Ridge Parkway. In addition, a five (5) foot wide concrete sidewalk parallel to the auxiliary lane on the southern side of SR 138 will be added.
Construction of a 6-foot wide concrete sidewalk along the west side of the roadway of Tara Boulevard in areas without existing sidewalk. Installing new Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant ramps and upgrading existing ramps which are not ADA compliant. Construction of concrete curb and gutter at various locations, pavement markings, roadway signage, and storm drain improvements. Existing sidewalk, and curb and gutter in need of repair will also be replaced.
The Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP) Program - The area of study for the plan development is defined, but not limited to, the Clayton County jurisdictional boundary, including the municipalities. Coordination with adjacent jurisdictions within an area three to five miles outside Clayton County is also required in order to promote coordinated long-range transportation planning efforts across jurisdictional boundaries. The CTP will provide financial assistance for counties and their constituent municipalities to develop joint long-range transportation plans. These plans, while focused on local issues and needs, also serve as the foundation for regional planning efforts led by the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC).
Transportation funding will be utilized for several different initiatives and program areas including roadway maintenance and resurfacing, traffic signals, signing and traffic operations, bridge/culvert repairs and replacements, safety improvements, sidewalk installation, and landscaping/roadway lighting.