College Hill Corridor Commission

The College Hill Corridor Commission is a diverse group of volunteers committed to promoting an improved physical, cultural and social connection between Downtown Macon and the historic neighborhoods surrounding Mercer University.

Formed in 2007, the Commission shepherded a process that culminated in the College Hill Corridor Master Plan, which represents the best ideas of a talented design firm, local government officials, neighbors, students and even visitors. 


Commission members are named by virtue of their positions in stakeholder organizations within Macon-Bibb Co. and focus to implement priorities of the College Hill Corridor Master Plan.

The co-chairs of the Commission, appointed by the Mayor of Macon and President of Mercer University, with additional memebers being tapped for serivce based on their community involvement and standing. Community feedback is welcomed and appreciated so feel free to reach out anytime to the commission.

The current roster of the College Hill Corridor Commission is listed below:

Carrie Ingoldsby - Co-Chair
Steven Fulbright - Co-Chair

Alex Morrison - Macon Urban Development Authority 
Andy Silver - Friends of Tattnall Square Park
Brad Belo - Beall's Hill Neighborhood Association
Carl Fambro - Mercer Village
Cole Porter - Mercer Student Government
David Moore - NewTown Macon
Essie Rushin - Resident At-Large
Ethiel Garlington - Historic Macon Foundation
Lauren Lin - Macon Arts Alliance
Lee Oliver - InTown Neighborhood Association 
Stacey Harwell-Dye - Centenary Church


College Hill Macon

The College Hill Corridor is a two-square mile area between Mercer University and Macon, Georgia's downtown business district comprised of several historic city neighborhoods. The cherished area of town is more than a location – it's a movement. What began as a Senior Capstone project for a group of graduating Mercer students developed into a comprehensive College Hill Corridor Master Plan and is now an award winning national model for creative placemaking and economic development having leveraged over $200 million in public and private investment.

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