Lifelong Communities (LLC) are cities and neighborhoods that provide an array of housing types that appeal to individuals both young and old; offer opportunities for healthy living including parks and outdoor spaces; have ways to get around, including ways to meet the needs of individuals who do not drive; have safe sidewalks and convenient access to shopping; and offer recreational opportunities and basic services. Lifelong Communities are places where individuals can live throughout their lifetimes; they provide a full range of options to residents, ensuring a high quality of life for all.

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Hearthside Tucker
4358 Lynburn Drive

The Tucker Lifelong Community (TLC) Project is a program implemented by the Tucker Civic Association in conjunction with the Atlanta Regional Commission to create Tucker as such a lifelong community. The goal of the project is to help Tucker be a community to move to and stay in for life. By partnering with the Atlanta Regional Commission, Tucker will be eligible for many grants and funding opportunities to meet the goal of the project. Learn more about the ARC Lifelong Community Program here.

Tucker Mayor Signs Lifelong Community Resolution

On May 15, 2018, Tucker mayor Frank Auman and the Tucker City Council passed a resolution by Tucker Civic Association to adopt the lifelong community principles of promoting housing and transportation options, encouraging healthy lifestyles and expanding access to...
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Yellow Dot Program

The Tucker Civic Association’s “Lifelong Community” Committee is pleased to share that the Georgia Department of Public Health will be bringing the “Yellow Dot Program” to Tucker! Georgia’s Yellow Dot Program is a *free* program that may help...
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