Woodstock has taken another great step forward in assuring a better quality of life for its residents- with a huge assist from the Cherokee County Commissioners. According to the AJC, the Commisssioners recently approved an agreement with the city of Woodstock to fund up to $5 million for the "Greenprints" program.
In June 2008, the Greenprints Alliance presented a parks and trails plan that Woodstock adopted and approved. Greenprints Alliance is a non-profit group formed to develop a city-wide parks and trail plan for Woodstock that would tie into a Cherokee County-wide trail system. The proposed system would also eventually lead to trails in Cobb County and Roswell.
Memberships in Greenprints Alliance are available for as low as $25, with even lower-priced membership categories for students. If you own a home in Woodstock or are looking at homes for sale in the area, think about joining and supporting this worthy group!