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Planning & Zoning

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This Department is comprised of the Planning & Development Division, Building Inspection Division and Code Enforcement Division and is located at 127 E Hancock St. The Planning division is responsible for all current and future land use within the City of Milledgeville.

The Building Inspection Division is responsible for the enforcement of the latest editions, as adopted and amended by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs, Standard/International Building Code, National Electric Code, Standard/International Mechanical Code, Standard International Plumbing Code and the CABO 1 and 2 Family Code/International Residential Code.

The Planning Department guides the physical development of the city. administration and updating of the Zoning Ordinance; processing of rezoning requests and general plan amendments; development of area and neighborhood plans; development of long range growth strategies; development and implementation of freeway mitigation programs; The Building Inspection Division provides Building Plan review. The Division issues building, electrical, grading, heating and air, and plumbing permits; performs building, electrical, grading, heating and air, and plumbing inspections; and issues Certificates of Occupancy. The department also enforces regulations pertaining to nuisance abatement, zoning compliance, historic preservation, land disturbance permits, sediment and erosion control and floodplain management.

Mervin Graham, Zoning Administrator
Phone: (478)414-4021
Fax: (478)414-4026
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Planning & Zoning Forms

Erosion & Sediment Control
Once a site plan is approved, all Erosion Sediment Control measures, according to approved erosion plan, must be in place and inspected by the City. If Erosion Sediment Control is approved, a Grading/Land Disturbing permit will be issued to Grading Contractors when the site plans are stamped approved.

Other General Information

Sign Ordinance

Advertising through Sandwich Boards

No More Than Three (3) Unrelated Occupants In A Single-Family District

Specifications and Standards for interior and exterior FOG interceptors