Site Plans and Platting
The site plan review process includes reviews by the Planning and Zoning Division, Public Works Department, Fire Department, and Marietta Power and Water. For initial submittal of site plans, please contact the Public Works Department.
Required for all planned developments (PRD-SF, PRD-MF, MXD, PCD, PID). A detailed plan shall be reviewed and approved by the mayor and Council prior to the approval of any site improvements.
Detailed plan checklist
Design guidelines for four-sided architecture
No lot or parcel in the city of Marietta shall be combined, subdivided or have a boundary line revision without obtaining prior approval from the city. In those instances in which staff determines that the proposal does not require the dedication of additional street right-of-way or street improvements, or utility installations other than house connections, the applicant shall be required to submit an exemption plat. Properties cannot be divided or combined to create a split-zoned lot. Rezoning of property would be necessary to assure that all parcels of property are assigned only one zoning designation.
Exemption plat checklist
To combine, subdivide, or have a boundary line revision of a lot or parcel where dedication of additional public infrastructure is not required
Schedule of events:
Applicant shall submit five copies (not mylar) of plat for review to Planning and Zoning to be reviewed by various departments.
Planning and Zoning Division will notify contact person to pickup any changes and comments made.
Planning and Zoning Division will notify contact person that the plat has been signed and can be picked up for recording.
Applicant must submit a digital copy to the GIS Division (DWG, DGN, or DXF formats) on disc or via email (preferred).
Contact person will return 15 paper copies to Planning and Zoning Division for distribution.
Approval of a preliminary plat shall not constitute approval of the final plat. Rather, it shall be deemed an expression of conditional approval of the layout submitted on the preliminary plat as a guide to the preparation of the final plat, which must be submitted for approval by the mayor and Council upon completion of all required improvements, including but not limited to, roadways, water distribution lines, sanitary sewer lines, storm drainage facilities and other required improvements.
Preliminary plat checklist
Final plats shall conform substantially to the preliminary plat or detailed plan, as approved. If desired by the applicant, the final plat may constitute only a portion of an approved preliminary plat or detailed plan provided that such portion conforms to all requirements of these obligations.
Final plat checklist