Dunwoody, GA, Code of Ordinances
Updated October 2020
By: City of Dunwoody
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The city’s zoning code includes on-site pedestrian circulation standards for all new development (§27-209). In addition to connections to the existing network and abutting properties, the code includes specific standards for lighting placement and safety measures such as bollards and raised crossings. The standards are illustrated on a sample site plan.
The city's zoning code permits accessory building- and ground-mounted solar energy systems by right, subject to standards addressing placement and compliance with building and electrical code compliance (§27-173)
The city's zoning ordinance addresses urban agriculture. It defines community gardens as an agricultural use (§27-116).
It establishes supplemental use regulations for community gardens (§27-135). Standards address the placement and size of structures and restrict on-site sales to those districts where retail sales are permitted, or when authorized as a temporary use.
No parking spaces are required for this use (§27-202).
2010 Population: 46,267
2010 Population Density: 3,574.12/square mile