WOODSTOCK, GEORGIA – The City of Woodstock is issuing a traffic advisory relating to the construction of the downtown parking deck. Beginning Thursday, June 13, 2024, and continuing through Friday, September 20, 2024, motorists should expect delays when travelling through the downtown Woodstock area as trucks deliver precast components of the downtown parking deck.

On Thursday, June 13th and Friday, June 14th, the crane to be used in construction of the parking deck will be delivered and assembled. Once the crane is in place, trucks travelling from Metromont Precast Building Solutions in Hiram, Georgia will deliver sections of the parking deck to the construction site arriving every thirty to sixty minutes from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. each weekday. Deliveries may take place on Saturdays as needed but there will not be deliveries on Woodstock Summer Concert Series Saturdays.

The eighty- to ninety-foot-long trucks will arrive via I-575 exit 8 and travel east on Towne Lake Parkway through the Mill Street roundabout and the Main Street intersection. Officers from the Woodstock Police Department will be in place to stop traffic on Main Street and flagmen will be stationed along the route. Trucks will enter the Woodstock City Center construction site via Arnold Mill Road and exit via Hubbard Road.

The six-level parking deck will add 635 parking places in the center of downtown Woodstock. The deck is part of the Woodstock City Center project redeveloping of a 4-acre site at the southeast corner of Main Street and Arnold Mill Road. A private development partner is building the privately-owned buildings on the site that will feature additional office, retail, and restaurant opportunities in downtown Woodstock. The development will also have a boutique hotel with meeting space.

For more information about the City of Woodstock including information on other transportation and infrastructure projects, visit woodstockga.gov.


About City of Woodstock, GA: Located just 30 miles north of Atlanta, Woodstock’s City limits include more than 12 square miles and over 35,000 residents. Woodstock is a Georgia PlanFirst Community and a recipient of Georgia Municipal Association’s Live Work Play City Award.