Creating a Community Improvement District would allow property owners to have direct control over property tax dollars & ensure the revenues be used in the district for safety, streetscapes, sidewalks, design & sanitation.
NewTown Macon works offsite at SparkMacon, 557 Cherry Street, on May 29. Stop by Spark Macon to pitch ideas and seek advice. At 4:00p, Downtown's Book Club discusses The Uses of Sidewalks: Safety, from Jane Jacobs, The Death and Life of Great American Cities.
If you walked the lively streets of downtown on First Friday or peddled along the Ocmulgee Heritage Trail, you have benefitted from NewTown’s work. Help us continue to improve Macon by donating today.
NewTown Macon is a non-profit organization working to revitalize downtown Macon by increasing residents, growing jobs, and creating a sense of place. Since NewTown’s founding our partners have invested more than $350 million in downtown.
A five-month course to develop and sharpen the knowledge of small business entrepreneurs. Academy covers start-up basics, business concepts, marketing plans, financial projections, and funding sources.
May 29 @ 8:30 am