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Norcross 2034 Comprehensive Plan
The 2034 Comprehensive Plan is a policy guide for making rezoning and capital investments decisions and sets policies for City officials and staff concerning the future development of Norcross. This update of the Comprehensive Plan builds upon a long city tradition of planning and community involvement. At its foundation is the 2030 comprehensive Plan adopted in 2008, and its building blocks include the numerous planning studies undertaken over the past five years. This plan have been reviewed by the Atlanta Regional Commission and the Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA) and determined to meet the Local Planning requirements, effective March 1, 2014.
 
Norcross Downtown Parking Study
The Downtown Parking Study is to promote a prosperous and vibrant Downtown, the City of Norcross engaged the services of a parking consultant using ARC LCI supplement study funds to perform a comprehensive study of the Downtown Parking System. The study addresses parking issues as well as traffic circulation and pedestrian safety throughout the Downtown Study Area. The purpose of the study is to provide analysis, guidelines, and recommendations that will guide public and private parking decisions in Downtown Norcross.

Parks Master Plan
The City of Norcross Parks Master Plan is to provide guidance for strategic phasing and spending that will address deficiencies and identify the key recreational needs as expressed by the residents. The prioritization of projects within the Master Plan allows for selective phasing, spending, and helps to focus attention on key issues, rather than attempting to do all things for all people.

Beaver Ruin Creek Greenway Concept Plan
The Beaver Ruin Greenway Concept Plan is a study to improve pedestrian connectivity and storm water quality, using existing sidewalks, buffers and utility easements. Design for Phase 1 segments, widening existing sidewalks, will begin in 2018.”