Planning and Zoning Decisions

The following is an updated list of upcoming Board and Commission meetings and administrative decisions along with links to accompanying applications and information on each.

Please follow the link on each decision to view the application packets. Some of the packets may take a moment to load. If there is not an application link available, please contact the Community Development Department for a copy (678-382-6800).


Upcoming Decisions

Administrative Decisions

Preliminary Plat: 4860 Adams Road, with hydrology report. The tax parcel number is 18 360 01 041.

 

AP 19-03John Eshun, on behalf of Shijie Yan and Peer Tepperwien, owners of 5025 Oakhurst Walk, requests an administrative permit to: 1. encroach building setback lines for construction of a retaining wall; and 2. to construct a retaining wall at a height greater than allowed by right. The tax parcel number is 18 369 01 100.

Decision: Approved with Conditions, May 10, 2019

 

AP 19-04Adam Klein, on behalf of Jennifer Klein, owner of 2584 E Madison Drive, requests an administrative permit to encroach the rear yard setback by up to 10-feet to replace and existing deck. The tax parcel number is 18 355 02 116.

Decision: Approved with Conditions, June 14, 2019

 

AP 19-05Amy Andrews, owner of 4698 Stonehenge Drive, requests an administrative permit to construct a 6-foot tall fence in a side street yard. The tax parcel number is 18 356 07 012.

Decision: Apprvoed with Conditions, July 10, 2019

 

Board Decisions

May 2, 2019 Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting

ZBA 19-08 (SE 19-02): Laurel David, on behalf of GDE Renovations, owners of 4651 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, seeks in relation to a new office building: 1. a variance from Chapter 27, Section 27-73 to encroach the front yard setback; 2. a variance from Chapter 27, Section 27-228 for relief from parking lot interior landscaping requirements; 3. a variance from Chapter 27, Section 27-230 to reduce a required transition yard buffer; and 4. a Special Exception per Chapter 27, Sec. 27-416 to reduce minimum off-street parking and loading ratios by more than 10%. The Tax Parcel ID is 18 352 04 002.

Decision: Deferred to the June 6, 2019 Meeting.
 

AA 19-02: Mike Stieferman, on behalf of Aqua Transitions, occupants of 11 Dunwoody Park, Suite 150, seeks an appeal of an administrative use determination. The Tax Parcel ID is 18 345 11 022.

Decision: Appeal sustained and use classified as funeral home

 

ZBA 19-09: Jodi Dybowski, on behalf of Marc & Kari Lysse, owners of 4850 Village North Court, seeks: 1. a variance from Chapter 16, Section 16-78, to encroach the 75’ stream buffer for a garage addition and 2. a variance from Chapter 27, Section 27-58, to encroach the street yard setbacks for a garage and porch addition. The Tax Parcel ID is 18 18 360 01 090.

Decision: Approved

 

June 10, 2019 Mayor and City Council Meeting

MA 19-01Laurel David, attorney for the owner, on behalf of Branch Ashwood Associates, L.P., owner of 1250 Meadow Lane Road, and 500, 600, and 700 Ashwood Parkway, Dunwoody, Georgia seeks a major modification to conditions of zoning.  The tax parcel numbers for the site are 18-350-02-001, 18-350-02-003, 18-349-01-037, and 18-349-01-046.

 

June 6, 2019 Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting

ZBA 19-08 (SE 19-02): Laurel David, on behalf of GDE Renovations, owners of 4651 Chamblee Dunwoody Road, seeks in relation to a new office building: 1. a variance from Chapter 27, Section 27-73 to encroach the front yard setback; 2. a variance from Chapter 27, Section 27-228 for relief from parking lot interior landscaping requirements; 3. a variance from Chapter 27, Section 27-230 to reduce a required transition yard buffer; and 4. a Special Exception per Chapter 27, Sec. 27-416 to reduce minimum off-street parking and loading ratios by more than 10%. The Tax Parcel ID is 18 352 04 002.

Decision: Approved with Conditions

 

ZBA 19-10: Robert Donner, owner of 5361 Seaton Way, seeks a variance from Chapter 27, Section 27-58, to encroach the side yard setback to permit an existing accessory structure. The Tax Parcel ID is 18 373 08 023.

Decision: Approved with Conditions

 

June 10, 2019 Mayor and City Council Meeting

MA 19-01Laurel David, attorney for the owner, on behalf of Branch Ashwood Associates, L.P., owner of 1250 Meadow Lane Road, and 500, 600, and 700 Ashwood Parkway, Dunwoody, Georgia seeks a major modification to conditions of zoning.  The tax parcel numbers for the site are 18-350-02-001, 18-350-02-003, 18-349-01-037, and 18-349-01-046.

Decision: Approved with Conditions

 

June 11, 2019 Planning Commission Meeting

Review and consideration of text amendments regarding public art (Chapter 20).

Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

 

Review and consideration of text amendments regarding the zoning code (Chapter 27).

Recommendation: Approval with Conditions

 

July 9, 2019 Planning Commission Meeting

Alex Brock, attorney for the owner, on behalf of GMC Real Estate Acquisitions, LLC, owner of 11 Ravinia Parkway, Dunwoody, GA 30346 seeks the following:

  1. RZ19-02: To rezone the property from its current OCR (Office, Commercial, Residential) District conditional zoning classification to an PC-2 (Perimeter Center) District.

Decision: Recommended Approval with Conditions

 

July 11, 2019 Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting

ZBA 19-11: Laurel David, attorney for the owner, on behalf of Branch Ashwood Associates, L.P., owner of 1250 Meadow Lane Road, and 500, 600, and 700 Ashwood Parkway, Dunwoody, GA seeks in relation to a new commercial development: 1) a variance from Chapter 27, Section 27-73 to reduce all setbacks to a minimum of zero (0) feet; 2) a variance from Chapter 27, Section 27-73 to increase the maximum lot coverage from 80% to 86%; and 3) a variance from Chapter 16, Section 16-78 to encroach the City’s 75-foot stream buffer.  The tax parcel numbers for the site are 18-350-02-001, 18-350-02-003, 18-349-01-037, and 18-349-01-046.

Decision: Approval with conditions

 

ZBA 19-12: Margaret McNeil, owner of 5002 Pine Bark Circle, seeks a variance from Chapter 27, Section 27-267, to construct a fence in the street yard at a height greater than allowed by right.  The tax parcel number is 18 365 05 001.

Decision: Denial

 

ZBA 19-13:  Aaron McGinnis, on behalf of John McCarthy, owner of 4966 Vernon Springs Drive, seeks a variance from Chapter 16, Section 16-78 to encroach the City’s 75-foot stream buffer for a front and rear yard addition.  The tax parcel number is 18 367 09 034.

Decision: Approval with conditions

 

July 22, 2019 Mayor and City Council Meeting

Review and consideration of text amendments regarding the zoning code (Chapter 27).

 

August 26, 2019 Mayor and City Council Meeting

J. Ethan Underwood, attorney for the owner, on behalf of RRR 2018, LLC, owner of 5318 and 5328 Roberts Drive, Dunwoody, GA, 30338, seeks the following:

  1. RZ19-01: To rezone the property from its current R-100 (Single-dwelling Residential) District zoning classification to an R-50 (Single-dwelling Residential) District. 

 

Contact

For more information, please reach out to:

Tammy Hiler
Planning Coordinator
(678) 382-6757
tammy.hiler@dunwoodyga.gov

or

John Olson, AICP
Planning Manager
(678) 382-6811
john.olson@dunwoodyga.gov

or

Ronnie Kurtz
Planner 
(678) 382-6717
ronnie.kurtz@dunwoodyga.gov