Woodstock Welcomes New Community Development Director, Tracy Albers

Next Tuesday, January 18th, 2022, Tracy Albers will join the City of Woodstock as their new Community Development Director. Last October, Woodstock’s previous Community Development

Director, Brantley Day, joined Cherokee County’s Community Development Agency after 6 years with the City of Woodstock.

Albers has over 16 years of experience in planning and public policy experience. Originally from Nebraska, Albers relocated to Atlanta in 2021 with her family; most recently, she worked in

community development within the greater Los Angeles in California. Albers has worked for the municipalities of Brea, San Gabriel, Pasadena, and Burbank.

Within her new role she will be responsible for managing the current and long-term growth of the city through the administration of the zoning code and the comprehensive town plan. She will manage 15 employees covering planning and zoning division, the land development office, the building department, code enforcement, and the development services office.

During the Cherokee County Advisory Meeting this week, Jeff Moon, Woodstock’s City Manager, announced Tracy Albers’ new role to the Council’s membership. Moon expressed his excitement over Albers joining their team and spoke highly of the experience she will bring to the city.

The Council for Quality Growth is excited to welcome Mrs. Albers and looks forward to her leadership.