Plans and Studies
From time to time, the City conducts research and publishes plans and studies. These include the Comprehensive Plan and Next Ten Initiative, the Transportation Master Plan, The Livable Cities Initiative, and the City Center Master Plan.
Impact fees are charged for transportation improvements, recreation and parks, and public safety. The fees will be charged at the time of issuance of any building permit. The petitioner may request an estimated impact fee for the project prior to obtaining a building permit.
Community Development Block Grant
Through a partnership with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the City of Sandy Springs uses its annual allocation of federal funds to support initiatives that are eligible for Community Development Block Grant Program assistance.
Address and Street Name Changes
Streets and/or house numbers can be changed when there is the potential threat to public health, safety or welfare.
View zoning and use maps and the City's Geographic Information System.
The City regulates the use and development of land through a codified set of ordinances known as the Development Code and Technical Manual. These ordinances help the City regulate permitted uses, stormwater management, tree conservation, stream buffers, public facilities including roads, and more.
Each zoning district contains a set restrictions for lots: minimum lot sizes, minimum lot widths, maximum densities, minimum/maximum front, rear, and side yards, maximum heights, and more. The dimensional table is an easy-to-read resource for many of the zoning district dimensions.
Some uses are allowed by-right in certain zoning districts, allowed only with an approved use permit in other districts, and expressly prohibited in others. This table shows uses allowed and prohibited for each zoning district in the City of Sandy Springs.