Explore Cycle-Sharing in the Corridor
Is bike-sharing in our future? Why does cycling matter in the Corridor? Check out College Hill's partnership with Spokefly through the new site spokefly.com/macon-bike-share. The College Hill Alliance is working to make cycling more safe and fun in the College Hill Corridor with the expansion of bike racks, sharrows and lanes, as well as by exploring the creation of a bike-sharing program, modeled after Spokefly in Austin, Texas.
But first, the community's interest must be gauged! Is our community ready for a program that progressively incorporates a cycling state of mind in our daily transportation? We want your input!
The Refreshed College Hill Corridor Master Plan Now Available!
The newly revised, completed College Hill Master Plan with the latest updates and additions for the College Hill Corridor project has been released. The latest version of the Master Plan celebrates the successes, evaluates ongoing efforts and introduces new components - the Biz and the Strong - to the original 2008 College Hill Corridor Master Plan.
To see the complete document, please click here.
Second Sunday featuring Dalmatian & Antonio Rodriguez
Free live music concerts are back in the Corridor with the return of the Second Sunday Concert Series in Washington Park! From April through October, on the second Sunday of the month, from 6-8 p.m., bring your picnics, blankets, chairs, families and friends to Washington Park for College Hill's signature community event.
Remaining Second Sunday 2014 Shows:
- September 14: Antonio Rodriguez & Dalmation
- October 12: Clarence Carter!
Please, no grills or tents. All pets must be leashed. In case of rain, we'll roll out the Second Sunday Slip n' Slide or move the show to the Cox Capitol Theatre.
Special thanks to our stage sponsors:
Bragg Jam Festival, Cassidy Dental Associates, Cox Communications, State Bank & Trust, Emerald Services, MRI Center of Central Georgia, Moonhanger Group, Westmoreland Patterson Moseley & Hinson, the Big House Museum, HeritageBank, Cathead Vodka, Macon Beer Company, and the Ocmulgee National Park & Preserve Initiative.