The world is changing fast. It’s more complex and connected than ever before. The only certainty, it seems, is change.
Here in metro Atlanta, our population is booming and growing more diverse. We’re living longer, too.
The Atlanta Regional Commission is charged with peering into the future and working with our partners across the community to plan for a better, brighter tomorrow.
The Brookhaven Department of Economic Development has an extensive arsenal of tools that it employs to further its mission of establishing effective business recruitment efforts, supporting and encouraging the expansion and retention of the City’s existing employers, and cultivating an environment that encourages and supports the success of small business. Click the "learn more" button for more information on our programs and assets.
The City of Chamblee Economic Development Department works to develop, promote, and implement plans, programs, and policies to attract and retain business and industry to the City.
Nearly 1,600 businesses generating an average of $5.5 million makes Doraville the second best place in Georgia to start a business, according to a 2015 NerdWallet survey.
The Economic Development Department is charged with fostering a thriving ecosystem for business and investment.
Located just north of Atlanta, Dunwoody, Georgia is a premier hub for business, shopping, dining and genuine hospitality. With easy access to mass transit and major highways, the city provides accessibility to key Georgia tourist attractions, events, and festivals while still delivering the charm of a small community. The city’s business-friendly atmosphere, diverse recreation options, lower-overall cost of living and proximity to mass transit has established Dunwoody as an up-and-coming center of employment, transportation, educated workforce and population density.
Decide DeKalb is a leading authority in economic development known for attracting and retaining regional, national, and international companies to DeKalb County. We are committed to helping businesses maximize their potential and feel passionate about the future of local opportunity in DeKalb County. Let us know how our diverse array of economic development programs and services can help your business grow and thrive.
Community Improvement Districts
Commercial property owners have agreed to form a CID to serve as a tool to facilitate infrastructure improvements connected to the redevelopment of the former Doraville General Motors assembly plant and the surrounding area.
The Chamblee Doraville CID is a public-private partnership among local commercial property owners and governments including the cities of Chamblee and Doraville. The CID advances capital improvement projects and community services critical to the safety and vitality of our business community.
The PGP’s mission is to promote and sustain a responsible pro-business environment in the geographic area surrounding DeKalb-Peachtree Airport and encompassing the cities of northeast DeKalb and Gwinnett counties.
The PCID is home to Fortune 500 companies, the largest retail mall in the state, casual to fine dining locations, premier retailers and multi-and single-family housing options- all woven together with exceptional transit access and last-mile connections.
Perimeter Connects is a program of the Perimeter Community Improvement Districts. To support the vitality of the Central Perimeter area, we offer free consulting services to employers and commercial properties. Together we implement transportation solutions to improve access and mobility and reduce congestion.