In November, DeKalb County voters approved a sales tax to fund road repairs, and the CID has submitted a list of Project Priorities to the City of Tucker, which will be administering Tucker’s share of the sales tax revenue. The CID’s request for needed improvements and repairs in the district totals $10,752,500. To review the list of priorities, please click… read more →
Daniel Studdard from the Atlanta Regional Commission explained how new trucking safety rules taking effect in December could impact the CID due to a region-wide deficit of parking lots capable of accommodating tractor-trailers. It’s a serious, but relatively unknown issue, and due to overwhelming interest, we have made the presentation available at this link: https://www.stonemountaincid.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/171004_parking-assessment-study.pdf
Disclaimer – The CID has received many questions about the upcoming ballot questions. The following information is presented for educational purposes only. A voter-approved sales tax increase would raise money to repave more than 318 miles of DeKalb’s worst roads – those already filled with potholes and cracks. It would also fund new fire station construction, police car purchases, park… read more →
Like many others in DeKalb County and the surrounding areas, the Stone Mountain CID experienced power disruptions following the recent tropical storm. But CID leaders kept to their schedule, gathering around generator-supplied lamp light to conduct their regular monthly meeting the day after the weather event. Please also note these photos of storm damage addressed by our landscaping professionals.