Clarkston wants public input on zoning code rewrite

Clarkston City Hall. Photo by Dean Hesse.

Clarkston, GA — The city of Clarkston is rewriting its zoning ordinance and wants the public’s input.

The ordinance regulates how land can be used within the city. According to the public input website, the purpose of the rewrite is as follows:

– Address inconsistencies due to numerous amendments since the last full update

– Align zoning regulations with the community vision identified in the City’s comprehensive plan, which was updated last year through a partnership with the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC)

– Create a zoning ordinance that is user friendly through the incorporation of tables, graphics, and illustrations

– Address other common topics of concern identified through the community engagement process

The deadline for input is Wednesday, July 27. People can submit their comments by visiting: https://planningatpond.com/clarkston-zoning-ordinance-rewrite

There will also be an open house on Aug. 3. Here’s the flyer with information about that meeting:

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