Get Involved

One of the most important parts of the CTP is engaging with you—the community. There are multiple ways to get involved:

October 5, 2021 Board of Commissioners Presentation

The draft CTP recommendations were presented to the Coweta County Board of Commissioners (BOC) at their October 5, 2021 meeting. Below are links to the presentation along with the final draft project list and project maps. The Coweta County BOC is schedule to take action to adopt the CTP at their October 19, 2021 meeting.


Thanks for participating in the Virtual Open House!

The Virtual Open House Opens a new window was open from September 8th through September 22nd, 2021. The comment period ended on September 22nd and is no longer accessible. The site presented a summary of the CTP update process technical work completed, and draft recommendations for feedback. The site also included a pre-recorded presentation, informational boards, a draft project list with accompanying maps, and a comment form. This was the final public outreach opportunity for the CTP before the plan goes before the Coweta County Board of Commissioners for approval in October 2021. The virtual open house site is still available for viewing, but not for comment.

Participate in our CTP Survey and Online Mapping Exercise

Thank you for completing our public survey and transportation mapping exercise. Your input is important to us! Stay tuned for public engagement results on the Project Resources page.

Public Meetings

Several public meetings and community workshops have been held to share information on and gather input for the Coweta County CTP. If you were unable to attend any of these meetings, the presentation materials and recordings will all available on the Project Resources page. Stay tuned for information about additional public engagement and meeting opportunities that will take place during the Summer 2021.


Coweta County’s top priority is the health and wellbeing of its citizens—we want to keep our community as safe as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic. To this end, all public engagement in the CTP process is anticipated to be virtual until public health officials have revised their guidance for safe gatherings.