Thank you to Local Businesses and Community for your support over the years!
The Peachtree Parkway Improvement District is a group of dedicated business owners and residents that are committed to enhancing and improving the appearance of Peachtree Parkway in South Forsyth.
Chair: Kristin Morrissey (Forsyth County Library Board Chair)
Vice Chair/Treasurer: Mike Cartwright (Teradata)
Grant Coordinator: Lynn Shivers
Member: Carter Patterson (Forte Data Systems)
Member: Carter Barrett (Dime)
Member: Scott Muse (Scott’s Automotive)
Member: Chris Braun (Renasant)
Member: Erica Madsen (Foresite Group)
The Peachtree Parkway Improvement District (PPID) AKA Forsyth County Improvement Association (FCIA) is a non-profit organization that worked with state and local governments along with local businesses and residents to enhance and improve the appearance of major roadways throughout in Forsyth County, Georgia.
Our organization believed that creating an aesthetically pleasing thoroughfares county-wide should be a top priority. Improving the look and feel of our highways and interchanges will brand our community as one that cares thereby attracting and keeping high quality businesses and residential developments to Forsyth County.
We started our movement along Hwy 141, Peachtree Parkway in South Forsyth. Give the great success that project has been, PPID has now expanded to Forsyth County Improvement Association (FCIA) taking our efforts to highways throughout the Forsyth County.
With over 226,000 residents in Forsyth County and over 40,000 cars traveling just Peachtree Parkway alone, every day. Imagine how many people see our roadways daily throughout the entire county. Forsyth County is growing up! Let’s work together to make Forsyth County all it can be!