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Crooked Creek Trail

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Corners Connector logo(Versión en Español) The City of Peachtree Corners is currently working on a concept and feasibility study for a multi-use trail that will be located in the vicinity of Crooked Creek between Spalding Drive and Holcomb Bridge Road / Peachtree Parkway. This study commenced in the summer of 2019 and is expected to wrap up in the summer of 2020.

Project Description

The Peachtree Corners local community has ranked multi-use trails among the most valued and desirable community recreational assets, and the City is committed to adding to and connecting additional miles of trail network, neighborhoods, and destinations. The City envisions that this multi-use trail will not just be an alternate means of travel but will also serve as a linear park offering unique amenities and programs for city residents. The trail will likely be 10-12 feet wide and will consist of concrete, greenways, and boardwalk sections.

The map below illustrates the project study area. The thicker orange line represents a 5 minute walking distance (1/4 mile) from Crooked Creek, and the lighter orange line shows a 10 minute (1/2 mile) walking distance. Residential communities, businesses, and environmentally sensitive areas (including streams and wetlands) are also labeled.

Project Map

Crooked Creek Trail map.

 Please click the image above for the high resolution map [16 MB]

The City of Peachtree Corners has not yet determined a specific trail alignment. Our focus is to stay along and in close proximity to Crooked Creek. The responses to the survey below will help determine a feasible trail alignment.

Outreach Events

The project team is currently planning to have a booth at the Peachtree Corners Festival on June 13-14, 2020. Come learn more about this project, draw your ideal trail alignment on a map, discuss trail amenities, and participate in other fun trail-related activities.

Stay tuned for other summer programming and events.

Project Surveys

We are currently gathering community input on this trail project. Please help us to understand how you would use the Crooked Creek multi-use trail and what amenities you would like to see by taking the survey below:

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For Residents / Workers Close to Crooked Creek

If you live or work in close proximity to the study area (as shown on the map above), please share your thoughts on access to the trail by taking this electronic survey with online mapping. (The questions above are also included in this survey.)

Project Team

If you have questions or comments, please reach out to:

City of Peachtree Corners:
James Nguyen, PE
Transportation Engineer
City of Peachtree Corners

Consultant Project Manager:
Lauren Leary, AICP
Senior Transportation Planner