2020 BUDGET EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
FY 2020 Budget Executive Summary, Highlights, and Detailed Report
CONSTRUCTION AND PERMIT RELATED
The City of Atlanta has seen record numbers for plan review and permitting services with construction valuations increasing from $0.93 Billion in FY2011 to $5.4 Billion in FY2019. Despite the growing workloads, we continue to strive for more streamlined processes and strategic improvements to assist customers in a timely and professional manner. We believe the permitting process shouldn't require technical experience to receive a permit. To ensure we are on track for success, we have created measurements for accountability and transparency. The information noted below will grow as we continue to apply standards and establish metrics. Please stay tuned and reach out to Elizabeth Johnson, email@example.com or 404.546.1990, with any questions or comments.
Office of Buildings
In FY 2018, the Office of Buildings undertook efforts to create a Work Plan for the 2019 Fiscal Year. This involved the creation of standard service levels and metrics. Please click through the below documents to view the Work Plan and Reporting metrics. FY 2020 Work Plan is listed below:
Office of Buildings - Arborist Division
DCP is responsible for data related to tree removals and replacements per the Tree Protection Ordinance - Sec. Sec. 158-103 (f). Please click through the below documents to view both previous years data as well as quarterly reports for FY 2020. NOTE: This data is representative of private property activity only where DCP Arborist's have purview. Reviews and approvals on public property activities are managed by the Department of Parks and Recreation and data is tracked separately.