Applications

Zoning Committee

Zoning 2022

January 17, 2022:  no applications

February 21, 2022:  no applications

March 21, 2022:  no applications

April 18, 2022: Front yard pool (3291 W. Roxboro Road)
Status: Preliminary discussion

May 16, 2022: no applications

June 20, 2022: Pool variance V-22-084 (3291 W. Roxboro Road) 
Status: Review revised plan

June 20, 2022: Side and Rear Setback Reduction (1164 Bonview Lane
Status: Review 

Zoning 2021

February 15, 2021:  V-21-015 (3145 Towerview Drive)
Status:  Approved

 

Overview

The work of the Zoning Committee centers on maintaining the neighborhood’s character and protecting neighbors from zoning violations.  The Zoning Committee reviews proposed new developments, applications for variances from zoning and stream buffer requirements, rezoning efforts, and special use requests.  Recommendations are provided to Neighborhood Planning Unit – B (NPU-B) in the City of Atlanta and, when appropriate, to the Department of Planning and Zoning in the City of Brookhaven. The Zoning Committee also tracks legislation that has the potential to impact our neighborhood and helps co-ordinate community response. 

The Zoning Committee meets via Zoom on the third Monday of every month at 7:00 pm.  If you are interested in attending, please e-mail info@mypinehills.org. Meetings are cancelled if there are no applications. 

Zoning 2020

August 19, 2020: BB-202002876 (2830 W. Roxboro Road)
Status:  Approved

September 21, 2020: V-20-097 (1111 Edison Garden)
Status:  Approved with conditions

September 21, 2020: V-20-089 (3084 W. Roxboro Road)
Status:  Approved

October 19, 2020:  Z-20-074 (2760 Lenox Road)
Status:  Approved with conditions

November 16, 2020: Ferncliff-Ferncliff Place (Redevelopment Plan)
Status:  PHNA opposed; No application filed with City of Atlanta

Improving your Home/Remodeling/Removing Trees?

If you are thinking about making changes to your home or property, be sure to check with the City of Atlanta Department of Planning  or the City of Brookhaven Planning and Zoning  for what is required.  Your plan may need special review or permitting, even if the changes seem relatively minor. We are a two-city neighborhood and zoning codes and building requirements are different.  Tree removal procedures also vary.  

Zoning News

Stay tuned for updates on zoning issues.