Welcome to Moving Henry Forward!
This blog strives to inform residents about transportation projects and land use decisions affecting Henry County, Georgia located in south metro Atlanta. Published by Clayton Carte on a volunteer basis, the site’s content covers state and federal roadway improvements, local SPLOST projects, and active rezoning requests to help residents stay engaged about our transportation network and future growth. Be sure and read some of our blog posts for the most recent news or visit one of the information pages linked below.
Henry County residents will head to the polls in November to consider renewing the local sales tax, extend the start time for Sunday alcohol sales, and elect city council members. Learn more at our page dedicated to Election Day.
Note: this page is in beta testing and password protected for the time being.
The blog houses our most current information. Page viewers can learn more about the most recent developments, proposals, and projects.
Georgia DOT is overseeing major projects throughout Henry County to improve our commutes. Several state highways are programmed for widening projects.
SPLOST funding allows Henry County to complete capital projects and transportation improvements. The local sales tax was last renewed by voters in 2013.
Learn more about major transportation projects and large-scale developments that will create the biggest impact on Henry County.
Clayton Carte founded Moving Henry Forward in 2017 to highlight transportation projects in Henry County. Since then, the page has grown to over 6,000 followers.
Support of Henry County Government
Moving Henry Forward respects and supports the Henry County Board of Commissioners and Henry County employees. Final determination of transportation projects is an extensive process and Moving Henry Forward will work with county employees in a positive manner to help advance the most beneficial transportation projects.
Moving Henry Forward is not affiliated with the Henry County government, the Atlanta Regional Commission, the Georgia Department of Transportation, or any other government entity. Views published on this site are solely those of the editor, Clayton Carte, and is not intended to represent any official government source.
Accuracy of Information
Moving Henry Forward will strive to keep the information on this site as up-to-date as possible, but the information presented is subject to change. Official government websites should be referenced to guarantee the most current accurate information.