About Us

Boulevard Community Improvement District (CID)

The Fulton Industrial Community Improvement District (Boulevard CID) is a self-taxing organization funded by commercial property owners seeking to take an active role in revitalizing of the Fulton Industrial District. Initially founded in 2010, the CID is a public-private partnership that has for over a decade worked to address issues of importance to District property owners and provides services focused on creating a clean, safe and vibrant commercial corridor.

Corridor-specific revitalization and improvement programs are accomplished through a public-private partnership as the CID works with local and state agencies, leveraging funds and advancing work to keep the District safe, clean, accessible and commercially competitive. The CID is proud to provide the following ongoing services:

• Public Safety
• Landscaping Maintenance & Beautification
• Transportation Infrastructure Improvement
• Economic Development, Community Liaison & Advocacy

The CID is governed by a 9-member Board of Directors comprised of local property and business owners. Daily tasks are managed by a full-time Executive Director and full-time Public Safety Manager.

What we do (Ongoing Programs & Projects)
Public Safety
Landscaping & Beautification
Transportation Infrastructure
Economic Development

CID Board of Directors


David Seem, CFO
Miller Zell

Vice Chairman/Treasurer

Steven McGee, VP – Southeast Market Officer
Conor Commercial Real Estate


Kent Walker, Vice President
Selig Enterprises

Benita Chinn, Plant Director


Justin Queen, Director of Operations SED03


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


Contiguous 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.

$2.1 Billion

Annual District payroll






Acres of land