Comprehensive Plan Survey
Your help is needed in making key decisions about the future of the community. More information and the survey is available here.
Fairburn, located just 25 minutes south of Atlanta is a city of historic homes, buildings and places of worship with a thriving business community. Fairburn is a city that embraces the future while remembering the past. Our downtown Commercial District, listed in the National Register of Historic Places, includes 20 different commercial buildings and two train depots dating from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The proud center of our vibrant community offers unique shopping, dining and entertainment plus a host of business and housing options within comfortable walking distance of this historic area.
A charming city of thirteen thousand residents, Fairburn, stretches from the bustling Highway 74 industrial corridor on the eastside to Campbellton-Fairburn Rd (Hwy 92) on the Westside. The city has experienced phenomenal growth in business, industry and residential neighborhoods in recent years. Yet Fairburn maintains a traditional small town atmosphere coupled with the sophisticated advantages of a nearby metropolitan area. With easy access to interstate 85 and Hartsfield Jackson International Airport, Fairburn is perfectly positioned for all your business and personal needs.
Home to the annual Fairburn Festival, The Southside Theatre Guild and the Georgia Renaissance Festival, Fairburn has a rich cultural heritage enjoyed by residents and visitors alike. Come join us and see why we’re so proud of our town. Fairburn is a great place to live, work and play today, tomorrow and for all the years to come.
Urban Redevelopment Plan
The City of Fairburn has prepared a draft Urban Redevelopment Plan, the first step towards revitalizing specific areas within the City of Fairburn. This Plan, in conjunction with other State legislative redevelopment tools and the City of Fairburn Comprehensive Plan, will be used to revitalize faltering commercial corridors, recruit and nurture small businesses, rehabilitate older homes and neighborhoods, ensure architecturally compatible infill development, and generate new adaptive uses for old commercial, industrial, or agricultural facilities. Further, it will help create opportunities to enhance the livability, economic opportunity, and overall vitality of the city. The City Council will be considering the plan for adoption at its December 9th meeting. The plan is available here.