Citizens are invited to share their hopes for the next generation of growth in Hall County during two upcoming community workshops.
“These workshops are a part of Hall County Government’s process to update its zoning and other development regulations and combine them into a Unified Development Code (UDC),” said Sarah McQuade, director of Hall County Planning & Development. “This is a wonderful opportunity for citizens to give feedback and learn how these updates will regulate all new construction in unincorporated Hall County.”
The community workshops are scheduled for Monday, May 10 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at North Hall Community Center and Tuesday, May 11 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Mulberry Creek Community Center.
“A UDC combines zoning, subdivision, environmental, and other regulations into a single code that determines what kind of development happens in unincorporated Hall County, where it can be built, and how dense it is,” McQuade said. “A UDC also controls how development looks and works, including things like building materials, parking, and landscaping.”
The update process is being facilitated by Atlanta-based consultants TSW and is expected to run through late 2021. Learn more at www.hallcountyudc.com.