Downtown Development Authority
The Richmond Hill DDA consists of seven members appointed by the Mayor and Council. Powers of the DDA may include, but are not limited to: acquiring by purchase or lease real property and personal property in furtherance of the DDA’s purpose; financing, refinancing, and managing projects and paying the cost of any project from the proceeds of revenue bonds or notes; issuing revenue bonds or notes and using the proceeds to pay for the cost of any project authorized under the DDA laws; and applying to federal, state, or local governments for loans, grants, or other financial assistance.
If you are interested in volunteering to serve on the DDA or have questions, please call the Planning and Zoning Department at 912-756-3641.
DDA Mission Statement
The Downtown Development Authority (DDA) of Richmond Hill serves the community by leading public improvements and private partnerships that have meaningful impact in enhancing the downtown area.
- Beginning at 8:30 AM
- First Tuesday of every month
- Held at Richmond Hill City Hall
- Located at 40 Richard R. Davis Drive Richmond Hill, GA 31324
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
- Georgene Brazer, Chairperson
- Kevin Bowes, Vice Chairperson
- Eddie Warren, Secretary/Treasurer
- Megan Gillespie
- Jeff Nielsen
- Catherine Grant
- Robbie Ward, City Council Board Member