Comprehensive Plan (Completed)
City staff completed the Marietta comprehensive plan in 2005. The plan was approved by the Department of Community Affairs and the Atlanta Regional Commission and subsequently adopted by the Marietta City Council on March 8, 2006. Bound hard copies of the plan may be purchased at the Planning Department for $25, CDs may be purchased for $10. The city plans on annually updating the comprehensive plan.
We have provided the Master Comprehensive Plan document in both PDF and ZIP formats. You will need to extract the file using WinZIP or similar file extraction software, if you download the ZIP format file.
Kennestone Area Land Use & Transportation Study (Completed)
This study was a joint venture between Kennestone Hospital and the city, as both parties have considerable interest in land use and transportation decisions made in the area. Kennestone Hospital contributed $80,000 to the study, and the city contributed the remaining $18,500. The city handled all the project management with the consultant, the Sizemore Group, on this project.
The study area encompasses the area directly around the hospital. The study analyzed land use, zoning and transportation issues in the study area. The study was approved and adopted by City Council on December 13, 2006.
Powder Springs Street Master Plan (Completed)
The Powder Springs Street master plan was a joint project by the city of Marietta and the Marietta Housing Authority completed in 2002.
The recommendations of the study cover four basic elements
- Land use
- Urban design