Click below to download a map (in PDF format). Large copies of these maps may be viewed at the Community Development Department in Brawner Hall, and copies may be purchased for $30.00 each.
|Future Land Use Map
||/ Zoning Map
||/ Ward Map
The following permits can be printed and returned to the Community Development office at 3180 S. Atlanta Road. Please contact our office for more information.
|Accessory Parking Registration|
Comprehensive Plan The City's Comprehensive Plan was completed and adopted by City Council in 2017. This plan replaces the 2006 Comprehensive Plan, and provides guidance for the city's 20 year vision.
|2040 Comp Plan - Chapter 1|
|2040 Comp Plan - Chapter 3|
|2040 Comp Plan - Appendix A|
Atlanta Road LCI Study
The Livable Centers Initiative (LCI) is a program offered by the Atlanta Regional Commission that encourages local jurisdictions to plan and implement strategies that link transportation improvements with land use development strategies to create sustainable, livable communities consistent with regional development policies. Planning grants are awarded on a competitive basis to local governments and non-profit organizations to prepare plans for the enhancement of existing centers and corridors, taking advantage of the infrastructure and private investments committed in these communities and achieving more balanced regional development, reducing vehicle miles traveled and improving air quality.
In 2003, the City of Smyrna was awarded a grant to fund an LCI Master Plan covering the city's downtown core. A consultant team assisted the City of Smyrna in preparing a development plan for the Market Village area and its surrounding neighborhoods. The initial plan was completed in 2004, and since that date many of the recommended projects and ordinances have already been completed by the City.
|Chapter 1 - Introduction|
|Chapter 2 - Public Participation|
|Chapter 3 - Existing Market Conditions|
|Chapter 4 - Concept Plan|
|Chapter 5 - Implementation Plan|
Spring Road Corridor LCI Study (October 2016 - April 2017) - focusing on guiding redevelopment along Spring Road and identifying appropriate investment projects to improve aesthetics and functionality of this corridor.
Georgia Tech Smyrna Gateway Studio (September 2016 - March 2017) - 11 students from Georgia Tech's School of City and Regional Planning studied the area of Spring Road adjacent to Sun Trust Park and proposed recommendations that balance quality of life for existing Smyrna citizens but also creates redevelopment opportunities to accommodate future growth. The studio was informed by citizen input, as well as a Market Study and Fiscal Analysis
South Cobb Drive Corridor Improvement Study (September 2016 - June 2017) through a GA Department of Transportation grant, the S Cobb Dr corridor was analyzed to identify projects that will improve functionality and aesthetics of the corridor.