More than 120 metro Atlanta leaders traveled to the Detroit region in early May for ARC's 2017 LINK trip. The participants learned about Detroit’s renaissance and searched for lessons that could help address key challenges back home.
ARC is forming a New Voices Global Atlanta Advisory Panel to ensure that the region’s dynamic, vibrant international community is well-represented at the regional planning table. We are accepting applications now through February 24 for this new initiative.
In 2016, WorkSource Atlanta Regional served more than 38,000 people in Cherokee, Clayton, Douglas, Fayette, Gwinnett, Henry and Rockdale counties. These individuals received a range of services designed to jump-start their careers, from resume preparation and career counseling to industry-specific training and computer literacy courses.
The cities of Norcross, Douglasville and Milton were recognized by ARC in January for leading the way to a greener region. These communities were certified through ARC’s Green Communities program for their commitment to environmental stewardship and their leadership in sustainability practices.
Arts leaders interested in tackling the complex issues facing metro Atlanta's arts and culture community have a unique opportunity to get involved this December: they can apply to join the 2017 Arts Leaders of Metro Atlanta (ALMA) class.
Transportation Tops List of Region’s Concerns for Third Straight Year, Metro Atlanta Speaks Survey Shows Each year, the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC), with our community partners, conducts a survey to take the [...]
More than 1,200 leaders explored the key issues and challenges facing metro Atlanta and celebrated the region's extraordinary journey at the Atlanta Regional Commission's State of the Region breakfast on Friday, Oct. 28.
ARC Honors Game-Changing People & Places with Developments of Excellence Awards The Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) presented its 18th annual Developments of Excellence awards the State of the Region breakfast on October 28, [...]
Transit-oriented developments, or TODs, are pedestrian friendly, mixed-use communities built around rail stations. How can we ensure that these popular projects do not price out the lower-income residents who need access to transit and jobs the most? The TransFormation Alliance has a website with some tools and information that can help.