City Of Sandy Springs Approves Zoning Ordinance Changes For Party House Events
June 15, 2021
SANDY SPRINGS, Ga (June 15, 2021) – During its June 15, 2021 meeting, the City Council approved an ordinance to amend the City’s zoning code categorizing Party House events as a temporary use that will require an administrative permit.
The zoning amendments restricts party house events in residential areas and addresses the increasing trend of large commercial parties in protected neighborhoods.
- A Party House is defined as single unit detached, single unit attached, or multi-family dwelling including all accessory structures, which is used for the purpose of hosting a commercial events.
- A commercial event includes parties, ceremonies, receptions or similar large-scale gatherings where a fee is charged for the use of the dwelling unit, whether or not a fee is charged for the event.
- Party house use shall be prohibited within 150 feet of a property zoned RE, RD, PK, CON, RU, RT, RM, RX, PR, or a property used for residential purposes measured from property line to property line.
- It unlawful for a Party House Event to occur in the city without having first obtained a permit for such event.
The ordinance takes effect immediately.
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