Dana Johnson, AICP

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 649
Marietta, GA

Physical Address:
1150 Powder Springs St., Ste 400
Marietta, GA.

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Office hours:
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday

Community Development Agency
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Cobb 2040 Comprehensive PlanCommunity Development has begun the initial stages of the 10 Year Update to the County's Comprehensive Plan. In the interest of providing healthy and economically vibrant communities that are vital to the state's economic prosperity, the State of Georgia requires all local jurisdictions to coordinate and conduct comprehensive planning duties through the Georgia Planning Act of 1989.

The benefit of a comprehensive plan is to work with the county residents, the business community, and non-profits to develop a growth strategy that continues to make Cobb County an attractive place to invest, conduct business and raise a family. The County's comprehensive plan is a fact-base resource for elected officials, appointed officials, and the community that creates and tracks implementation of community-based policies. Additionally, the local comprehensive plan creates an environment of predictability for business and industry, investors, property owners, tax payers and the general public. The plan can help local governments recognize and then implement important economic development and revitalization initiatives. Overall, well-planned communities are better prepared to attract new growth in a highly competitive global market.

For more information, please visit the Cobb 2040 Comprehensive Plan webpage.
  alt New Fees for Development & Inspections and Zoning

alt 2030 Comprehensive Plan-2016 Update Pt. 1
alt 2030 Comprehensive Plan-2016 Update Pt. 2
alt October 2016 Draft Code Amendment
alt Mableton Code Information Sheet
alt Public Announcements
alt Planning Studies
alt Zoning Analysis Information
 Zoning 101
alt Site Plan Review/One Stop
alt Sign Permits
alt Street Names Availability
alt Cobb County Code
alt Online GIS / Mapping
alt Development Standards
alt Historic Driving Tour


Four Road Names Changes in the Six Flags area Premier Lane is one of four road name changes that will improve navigation and public safety response time as well as promote new investment in the Six Flags area. The renaming efforts are part of a community effort involving four public meetings during which local residents, property owners and business owners provided feedback.


Timeline for Name Change:
•Six Flags Way to Harbor Way; 2014
•Six Flags Drive (at intersection of Riverside Pkwy, extending east to Six Flags Pkwy) to City View Drive; January 2016
•Six Flags Drive (at the new City View Drive, extending west to Blair Bridge Rd) to Riverside Parkway; October 2016
•Six Flags Parkway to Premier Lane; October 2016 (small private road on a dead end)
•Six Flags Parkway (road connects directly to Six Flags Over GA, road name will NOT change)


Six Flags Road Name Change Map pdf.


Zoning Analysis Information

Every month the Cobb County Zoning Division prepares zoning analysis information, which provides analysis and staff recommendations for all rezoning, special land use permits, land use permit requests and variance requests. These items are presented to the Planning Commission, Board of Commissioners and Board of Zoning Appeals for their, review, recommendation, and consideration. If you would like to be notified when analysis information has been updated, click here to subscribe to Zoning Analysis Information.

New IVR Codes  pdf.  
Commercial Property Rehabilitation Incentive Exhibits pdf.