Welcome to Fairburn!

 

The downtown area of Fairburn is a Commercial Historic District that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The buildings located along West Broad Street between Smith and Dodd, and those adjacent to the Atlanta and West Point railroad, are all included in this district.  As of the census of 2000, there were 5,464 people, 1,879 households, and 1,416 families residing in the city. 

The district includes approximately 20 different commercial buildings and the two train depots. They are late 19th and early 20th century buildings. The building styles range from Neoclassical to Italianate, to simple utilitarian. The Campbell County Historical Society is located in the Old Campbell County Courthouse on West Broad Street. The Courthouse is individually listed on the National Register of Historic Places as an institutional resource.

The City of Fairburn is updating its Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) Downtown Master Plan, which has not been updated since 2009. This plan will help the city invest in the pride of Fairburn and its Historic Downtown District by creating a vibrant and connected downtown where the people of Fairburn can live, work, and play. The plan will build on the Creative Placemaking Strategy to help stimulate economic growth by revitalizing the historic downtown area and create a visually aesthetic community that is artistically motivated and will enhance the character and identity of the city, as well as implement street improvements that create space for a safer pedestrian environment with strategic walkable and biking infrastructures, and multi-modal traffic operations. The study will also focus on attracting the market and creating smart housing investment strategies and creating an action for strategic investment, targeted economic programming, and forging real estate partnerships.

Looking to purchase a home in Fairburn, use the Home Search section located on my Home Page.  You can also call me at 678-369-3884 for additonal home services.

 

 


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