Land Use & Zoning
We support responsible development in Atlanta neighborhoods by working closely with the city's Neighborhood Planning Units to make sure all new development adheres to the Beltline Master Plan.
Land Use and Zoning Process (adopted by the GPNA membership, May 2006)
After meeting with many area stakeholders in 2003, the GQGP Resource Team provided a final report of their suggestions for the neighborhood. Thank you to the Resource Team and to all members of the community who attended the GQGP initial presentation and workshop, the draft proposal meeting, and/or the final presentation. Includes Compatible Infill Housing Illustrations
We have links to Department of Planning applications such as Special Use, Variance, etc.
Links to the sections of the city of Atlanta Code of Ordinances that apply specifically to Grant Park.
Don't know the difference between an R-5 and a C-2-C? Neither do most people so here is the official decoder from the city of Atlanta municpal ordinances.
Most of Grant Park is designated as a Historic Zoning District. When work on the exterior of property in the District is proposed, a Certificate of Appropriateness must be obtained from the Urban Design Commission.
In this section you will find an archive of news stories and various documents provided by Green Street Properties pertaining to the Glenwood Park development at I-20 and the Glenwood-Memorial Connector.
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GPNA Land Use and Zoning Committee Monthly Meeting
1st Thursday of Month 7 PM - 8:30 PM from Aug 7, 2014 
Presented by: Land Use & Zoning
Zoo Atlanta - ARC Building - Tech Lab - The Grant Park Neighborhood Association Land Use and Zoning Committee takes up questions of appropriate land use, rezoning, and working with the City of Atlanta to create new zonings. Join us on the 1st Thursday of the month.
Contacts
Rick Hudson
404-234-2853  Land Use and Zoning Chair (2006-2010)