The Atlanta BeltLine Project is a major planning initiative for the City of Atlanta that provides a unique opportunity to bring together neighborhood revitalization, new development and workforce housing organized around a 22-mile corridor of transit, trails, open space, historic resources, and public art. The City of Atlanta’s Bureau of Planning is an active member of the team of agencies and organizations working to make the Atlanta BeltLine a reality.
For more information about the Atlanta BeltLine visit www.beltline.org
Upcoming Meetings and Ways to Get Involved
Visit the BeltLine’s Get Involved webpage for the latest information on upcoming meetings and be sure to check out Community Engagement for summaries of previous meetings.
View Subarea Map or view Study Group Map to identify your area of interest
Atlanta BeltLine Happenings
For recent Atlanta BeltLine media coverage click here
Atlanta BeltLine Zoning Ordinance
Due to the Atlanta BeltLine’s role as a stimulus for economic development in the City of Atlanta, the Bureau of Planning has implemented a set of urban design regulations to facilitate growth throughout the BeltLine Planning Area. The ordinance which was adopted in February 2007 is used to evaluate all development activities within the BeltLine overlay district.
BeltLine Zoning Ordinance Presentation (3 MB pdf)
Overlay Boundary Maps (4 MB pdf)
For rezoning, variance, special exception, special use permits, and special administrative permit forms, visit our forms and applications page.
The Atlanta BeltLine Zoning Overlay Ordinance
Atlanta BeltLine Council Legislation
Adoption the Atlanta BeltLine Redevelopment Plan and Creation of the Tax Allocation District
Acquisition of the Bellwood Quarry
Office of Planning
City of Atlanta
55 Trinity Avenue, Suite 3350
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Charletta Wilson Jacks, Director
Last updated: 11/27/2012 4:20:50 PM