Development Code and Zoning Maps

The Sandy Springs Mayor and City Council adopted the new Development Code and Zoning Map during their August 15, 2017 meeting and it became effective September 15, 2017. Subsequently, the Mayor and City Council adopted amendments to the code at the April 17, 2018 public hearing, effective May 17, 2018.

Development Code   Technical Manual

The information shown on the maps above may be incomplete. Please consult this interactive map to confirm the zoning district at the parcel level.

Adopted Character Area Map
The Mayor and City Council have amended the adopted Character Area Map at their meeting on November 21, 2017. The Character Area Map is intended to implement the Comprehensive Plan and guide the Zoning Map. 

Amended Character Area Map

Please consult this interactive map to confirm the character area at the parcel level.

Adopted Zoning Map

State of Georgia Codes

The City of Sandy Springs also adheres to the Georgia Code. For a list of building codes currently being enforced in the State of Georgia (and the City of Sandy Springs), please visit the Construction Codes page on the Georgia Department of Community Affairs website. 

Public Comment

Comments and suggestions are always welcome. They can be submitted via email at pz@sandyspringsga.gov, up to 10 calendar days prior to the hearings, or in person at the hearings.

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“Tree Cities of the World” Recognition

Thursday, April 21
The City earned the "Tree Cities of the World" recognition for the third year in a row. According to a tree canopy assessment performed using imagery from the 2019 U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agriculture Imagery Program, Sandy Springs is 57% to 60% tree covered.
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Thursday, February 10
Create City Springs is looking to add to our staff of volunteers and is seeking those who wish to become part of our great customer experience team.
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Friday, January 14
Preventing the spread of COVID-19 is a community effort. Learn about COVID-19 prevention in Sandy Springs.
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