Current Projects

Recovery and Resiliency Partnership Projects (R2P2)

Partnering with the City of Chattahoochee and the EPA (technical assistance program) and other local partners, the goal of this project is to connect the River Landing Park area with the Chattahoochee downtown corridor in tandem with the River Landing Park Master Plan (NPS) and the Downtown Streetscape Improvement Plan (ARPC).

River Landing Heritage Trail Interpretive Signage

Funded through a Small Matching Grant with the Division of Historical Resources. There will be 11 interpretive panels explaining historical events and sites at the Park. Without the vision and historical expertise of author and historian, Dale Cox, this project would not have been possible.

Chattahoochee Historic District National Register Nomination

Application has been made with the National Park Service for the Chattahoochee Historic District Designation. This project was funded through a grant provided by the Division of Historical Resources. Currently awaiting final approval. River Landing Park, River Junction, Happy Town, and Torreya Heights are other areas that may also be eligible for historic designation.

Past Projects

Chattahoochee Downtown Vision Plan (2015)

Downtown Beautification

Flower Pot Project and Seasonal Banner Project

Railroad Caboose Repainting Project

In partnership with Aramark & Florida State Hospital

Highway 90 Eastern and Western Gateway Beautification

Project funded by grant from FDOT

River Landing Park Historical Markers

Nicolls' Outpost, Chattahoochee Landing Mound Group and The Scott Massacre. Markers funded through partnership with Dale Cox and the West Gadsden Historical Society.

Hosted Galvanizing Gadsden Consortium and Symposium

Façade Grants

4 Façade Grants awarded to downtown property owners

Von Tipton Downtown Mural Preservation

Downtown Conceptual Streetscape

Downtown Clock Tower

Partnered with Envision Credit Union for Downtown Clock Tower Renovation

River Landing Park Master Plan Concept

Technical Assistance Award through the National Park Service; in partnership with the City of Chattahoochee

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