UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT CODE
Unified Development Code officially adopted at the June 8, 2015 City Council Meeting.
UDC (Amended Article 6;September 2015)
ORDINANCE OF ADOPTION FOR POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
ORDINANCE OF ADOPTION OF THE UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT CODE
JUNE 8TH, 2015 CITY COUNCIL PRESENTATION
UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT CODE - Public Hearing Adoption Draft
MAY 15TH UNIFIED DEVELOPMENT CODE
Spring 2015 UDC Draft
List of Updates to Spring Draft
Proposed UDC Zoning Map
Downtown and the UDC
Please follow the link above to rough draft of the Unified Development Code. If you have any questions or comments please contact Rich Atkinson (email@example.com).
Tentative UDC Adoption Schedule
City Council - May 11, 2015
2nd Planning Commission Meeting - May 18, 2015
2nd City Council Meeting (For Adoption) - June 8, 2015
This is a tentative schedule and is subject to change.
MAY 2014 MEETINGS
We will have two meetings in May to discuss the code update. May 5th & 19th. Both meetings will be held in Council Chambers starting at 7:00.
May 19th Updated Powerpoint Presentation
May 19th Powerpoint Presentation
May 5th Powerpoint Presentation
JANUARY 23, 2014 SIGN COMMITTEE/CODE UPDATE MEETING
This meeting will start at 7:00 and will be held at City Hall in the Community Room.
12/16/2013 Sign meeting discussion points.
12/16/2013 Power Point Presentation
The City of Duluth has begun the process of updating and improving the majority of its codes and ordinances. The City has hired AMEC to assist in this process.
AMEC Environment & Infrastructure, Inc. (AMEC) provides planning, environmental, engineering, and design services. AMEC’s Atlanta-based Planning and Design Group, in conjunction with urban planning firm Ross & Associates, is partnering with the City of Duluth to update the City’s land use and development regulations. The AMEC team has worked with numerous Georgia communities to prepare unified development codes (UDCs), which combine zoning, signage, subdivision, erosion, flood protection and other requirements relating to development into a single ordinance. The team’s approach is to make regulations effective by being easy to understand and administer. This can be achieved by organizing topics to reflect the land development process, revising text for clarity, and using tables and illustrations. This modernized and streamlined document will provide an easier “one stop” code for citizens, City staff, and all interested parties regarding all facets of the planning and development processes, rules, and regulations
The unified code will be completed and adopted in 2014.
AMEC planner Paige Hatley is AMEC’s primary contact (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Rich Atkinson (email@example.com) is the main contact for the City.
Upcoming events- JANUARY 23, 2014 SIGN COMMITTEE/CODE UPDATE MEETING WILL BE HELD IN THE COMMUNITY ROOM AT CITY HALL.