Development & Real Estate
- Citywide Tree Ordinance (Draft May 2015) (PDF)
- Comprehensive Plan 10-Year Update (2016)
- Downtown Master Plan Update (2014)
South City Partners Development
Avondale Hills Development of Regional Impact (DRI)
- DeKalb County Rezoning Petition CZ-15-19762 (PDF) - Posted June 10, 2015
- Pre-Review Transportation Study Information (PDF) - Posted March 16, 2015
Clifton Corridor Local Preferred Alternative (LPA)
- The Clifton Corridor Local Preferred Alternative would provide 8.8 miles of new light rail service from the Lindbergh Center MARTA Station to Avondale MARTA Station that generally includes operations adjacent to the CSX right-of-way.
- The Local Preferred Alternative also includes
in-streetoperations on the medians of Clifton Road (through the CDC/Emory/Emory area), Scott Boulevard, North Decatur Road, DeKalb Industrial Way and North Arcadia Avenue.
- For more information on the project visit the MARTA website.
- View the Alternative Project Delivery Phase II - Clifton Corridor Light Rail (PDF), posted February 19, 2014.
- Clifton Corridor Transit Initiative-August 16, 2016
Proposed Expansion of Your DeKalb Farmers Market
Kensington MARTA Station Livable Centers Initiative
- Design Workshop/Open House Presentation (PDF) - May 31, 2012
- Public Kick-Off Meeting Presentation (PDF) - May 8, 2012
- Kensington Station Transit Oriented Development Profile (PDF)
- Concept Plan A Kensington Transit Oriented Development Plan (PDF)
- Concept Plan B Kensington Transit Oriented Development Plan (PDF)
- Kensington MARTA Station Livable Centers Initiative Study Area Context Map and 2003 Final Report (PDF)
- 2011 DeKalb County Application for Additional LCI Funding for Kensington LC (PDF)
- Upcoming Meetings Sponsored by DeKalb County Planning and Sustainability Department and the Atlanta Regional Commission
The City worked with a consultant to create images to help the community and developer envision what some prime redevelopment areas could look like given the current conditions (roads, topography, buildings, etc.) within the current Zoning Ordinance regulations.
It is intended to be used by City staff to help visualize various regulations and policies which can facilitate and engage the community. The images are not intended to suggest urban design or policy solutions/proposals. The build-out may look very different, however, the images show massing and scale and potential. Existing conditions and pictures alone cannot illustrate the potential of these prime redevelopment sites.