About Us

Boulevard Community Improvement District (CID)

The Boulevard Community Improvement District (CID) is a self-taxing organization that functions as a public-private partnership between the District’s property owners and multiple governments to fund services not currently being provided and to lead the revitalization of the Fulton Industrial District. The CID organization is managed by a full-time Executive Director and employs a full-time Public Safety Manager. The CID’s Board of Directors provides oversight of the organization and is comprised of nine members representing major property owners in the District.

The CID works diligently to improve the Fulton Industrial corridor and promote a safe, clean, vibrant and thriving District. Since 2010, CID has invested more than $8 million into the revitalization of the Fulton Industrial District. At the same time, the CID has leveraged an addition $8 million in public funds for a total direct investment of more than $16 million into a comprehensive revitalization strategy focused on public safety, landscaping and beautification, transportation infrastructure improvement and economic development. Our commercial community is far more economically competitive with other metro-Atlanta markets, and we are proud to be home to more than 1,000 businesses and growing.

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CID Board of Directors


David Seem, CFO
Miller Zell

Vice Chairman/Treasurer

Steven McGee, Director Real Estate


Kent Walker, Vice President
Selig Enterprises

Benita Chin, Plant Director


Tom Flanigan, SVP

Clarion Partners

Mike Howell, Director of Engineering


Bill Kahle,


John Bateman,

Crow Holdings

Kevin McVey,


CID Staff

Executive Director

Public Safety Manager

PC – Rainey & Phillips

Facts and Figures

Location, location, location

The Fulton Industrial Boulevard district is located in southwest Fulton County. It is roughly bordered by the Chattahoochee River to the West, Donald Lee Hollowell to the north and Campbellton Road to the south. The district is located along and near major transportation nodes, I-20 and I-285, as well as proximity to the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and to the City of Atlanta markets.


Miles west of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport


Miles from the heart of downtown Atlanta


Miles from the intersection of I-20 and I-285


Miles of industrial corridor

The Largest Industrial District in the Eastern U.S.

The Fulton Industrial Boulevard area represents one of the largest concentrations of industrial space and employment in the Atlanta region. The major industrial employment sectors are Manufacturing, Wholesale Trade, Transportation/Warehousing and Food and Beverage industry cluster.

$2.4 Billion

Annual District payroll






Acres of land