The City of Snellville is moving ahead on a plan to “improve the look and feel” of the Town Green.
The city reported in a press release the mayor and city council unanimously approved a $7,480 contract with a Tucker-based designed group to create a master plan to shape a new look for the Snellville's "front yard." Root Design Studio has worked on other town green projects, including nearby in Buford and Duluth.
According to the press release:
In recent years, the Town Green, located in front of City Hall at the intersection of Highway 78 and Oak Road, has become the “front yard” of the city, a place where numerous concerts and events, including the city’s nationally recognized Farmers’ Market, take place.
The $7,480 contract calls for a five-phase plan which includes land surveys, pre-design, diagrams, sketches and plans for the project as well as a cost analysis. Feedback from city officials will be utilized to shape the project.
The contractor said the design should be completed by the end of April.