Downtown Development Authority
The Downtown Development Authority of the City of Chamblee was established by special state legislation. It is an independent authority established for the purpose of planning, organizing, and financing projects that will revitalize and redevelop Chamblee’s downtown. The CDDA meets once per month, as needed, and are held on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. CDDA members must be a resident, a business owner, or a property own in the downtown area. Members must take at least eight hours of training on downtown development and redevelopment programs within the first 12 months of their appointment to the DDA.
Tax Incentive Strategy
The Chamblee City Council and the Chamblee Downtown Development Authority have each unanimously voted to approve a new Tax Incentive Strategy that provides guidelines for the use of incentives designed to encourage the creation of jobs, housing diversity historic preservation and more. For more information, click here.
- 6:30 pm
- Fourth Tuesday of every month
- Arrow Creek Community Room 4445 Buford Highway Chamblee, GA 30341
Agendas & Minutes
Meeting agendas are available from the Downtown Development Authority Secretary and this site. They should be posted on this site within 24 hours of the agenda closing. Meeting minutes will also be placed on this site after they are officially approved.
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Robert Smith - Chair (Term 2017-2025)
Brian Ray - Vice Chair (Term 2015-2023)
Jonathan Smith - Treasurer (Term 2021-2025)
Vacant - Secretary (Present-2023)John Mesa - City Council Appointee (Term 2022-2025)
Van Pappas (Term 2013-2023)
Seats on the CDDA
The Chamblee Downtown Development Authority accepts statements of interest to fill vacant positions as they come open. Interested applicants may submit a and their resume to Laura Linman at firstname.lastname@example.org.