U19-0004 & U19-0005Amenities:
- Conditional Use Permit Case
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
Request for Conditional Use Permits for a private school and place of worship to allow expansion of facilities
Relevant Documents: Project Information Sheet. Revised April 2019_redacted, Site Plan Submitted 4.2.19, Holy Spirit Rendering. Submitted 4.3.19, Project Information Sheet w Owner Signature_redacted, Site Plan (Sq. Ft. Correction - Rec. Center)
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 U19-0004 & U19-0005.
Wednesday, April 24, 2019, 6:00 PM
Holy Spirit Catholic Church
4465 Northside Drive NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
|Project Information:||See Relevant Documents|
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.