Petitions Under Consideration

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You can view petitions currently under consideration using the interactive map below. Each icon represents a petition. You can view the details of the petition by clicking the icon and then clicking the name of the petition when the pop-up box appears. When staff reports are available, they will be posted here.


Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory, Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Atlanta, as trustee of The AoA Parish Real Estate Trust


844, 0, & 750 Mount Paran Road

About Project


Request for Conditional Use Permits for a private school and place of worship to allow expansion of facilities

Relevant Documents:  Site Plan Received 10/11/2018, Survey Received 6/20/2018, Project Information Sheet Received 10/10/2018


Public Comments

You can use the Petition Comment Form to submit your comments to City staff.  When filling out the form, you will need to enter the case numbers, which are U18-0005 & U18-0006.



Community Meeting I:                                                


Tuesday, October 30, 2018, 6:00 PM


Holy Spirit Preparatory School

Upper School Campus

Upper School Library

4449 Northside Drive

Atlanta, Georgia 30327

Project Information: See Relevant Documents

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Understanding the Petitioning Process 

When proposed development in Sandy Springs falls outside of approved land uses, developers petition the City. There are two petitioning processes in Sandy Springs:

Petitioning Process for Rezonings, Zoning Modifications and Use Permits
Developers are required to hold community meetings before and after they file a petition. After the community meetings are held, petitions for rezonings, zoning modifications, use permits, and any concurrent variances, as well as changes to ordinances go before the the Planning Commission. A final ruling on the petition is made by the Mayor and City Council during a regularly scheduled Mayor and City Council Meeting.

Petitioning Process for Variances and Zoning Ordinance Modifications
Once a developer submits a variance, or zoning ordinance modification application, their petition is heard by the Board of Appeals during the next regularly scheduled meeting. If the variance is part of a rezoning, zoning modification or use permit, it will instead follow that petitioning process.

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