Spout Springs Road Widening Project

Primarily a rural 2-lane road connecting Flowery Branch with Braselton, Spout Springs Road is bustling with traffic from numerous attractive subdivisions, national retailers, churches, and exceptional schools.

Possible Proposed Road Improvements

Hall County, in partnership with the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT), is looking at ways to improve mobility along Spout Springs Road, roughly from Hog Mountain Road to New Friendship Road. The project team is examining proposed improvements such as the following:
  • Improved lanes
  • Bicycle and pedestrian facilities
  • Greater road access management
  • Better roadway curvature to enhance safety
  • Turn lanes where needed for safer roadway operations
Hall County Spout Springs Road Widening logo
The end result will be a safer and more efficient Spout Springs Road that provides an enjoyable mobility experience for the users.

Public Involvement


Public involvement is a critical component. The project team has already begun meeting with stakeholders along the corridor to gain insight on concerns, issues, and potential solutions. In addition, two public meetings have already been held to garner the concerns and insights of property owners.  Additional public meetings will be coordinated as the project progresses, and citizen participation is strongly encouraged. Stay tuned to this page for updates.

Project Timeline


  • Project Kickoff: August 2011
  • Project Schedule:
    • Phase II Right-Of-Way Acquisition - Spring/Summer 2019 (Union Circle to the south of Thompson Mill Road)
    • Phase I Construction: Summer 2019  (Hog Mountain Road to Union Circle)
    • Phase II Construction: Summer/Fall 2021  (Union Circle to the south of Thompson Mill Road)
  • Current Phase: Phase I Right-Of-Way Acquisition - April 2017 (Hog Mountain Road to Union Circle)
  • Project Description: Improvement of vehicular and pedestrian mobility on Spout Springs Road from Hog Mountain to Union Circle (Phase I) and continuing from Union Circle to south of Thompson Mill Road (phase II).