Frequently Asked Questions
Question: How many residents are there currently in the City?
Answer:There are currently about 2400 residents.
Question: How many acres are included within the City limits?
Answer: The City encompasses about 32,100 acres. Approximately 56 sq. miles.
Question: How many miles of paved roads are in the City limits?
Answer: There are currently 66 miles of paved roads.
Question: How many miles of gravel roads are in the City limits?
Answer: There are currently 35 miles of gravel roads.
MONTHLY DEPARTMENT REPORTS
Police (June 2016)
Fire (July 2016)
Public Works (July 2016)
Parks and Recreation (July 2016)
Finance (July 2016)
Planning and Development
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Chattahoochee Hills is working on an update of the Comprehensive Plan that was adopted in 2011. Please make your voice heard. Go to the Comprehensive Plan Update page to find the schedule, materials from the meetings, and other updates.
You can find the current Comprehensive Plan here (7 MB pdf).
- Public Meeting at City Hall on July 19th at 6:00 PM
- Steering Committee Meeting at City Hall on August 9th at 7:00 PM
All Meetings are public
Download the application form here.
Fulton County has created a web page with information on the proposed Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (T-SPLOST). The proposed 3/4 penny sales tax would fund local transportation projects. In Chattahoochee Hills that would mean an opportunity to resurface roads. The public will vote on TSPLOST in a referendum on November 8th.
New Zoning and Related Ordinances
On May 5th the City Council voted to adopt the following ordinances:
- New Zoning Ordinance (2.7 MB pdf).
- New zoning map (1.6 MB pdf).
- New Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance (2.3 MB pdf).
- New TDR Ordinance (500 KB pdf).
- New Sign Ordinance (300 KB pdf).
For further information please contact Mike Morton – firstname.lastname@example.org
Our New Trail Map of Cochran Mill Park is available here
Parking Fees and 2016 Parking Passes
The City Council of Chattahoochee Hills has approved a parking fee for Cochran Mill Park and Hutcheson Ferry Park starting May 1, 2013. Funds collected will be used to improve and enhance all parks within the city limits. All city residents qualify for free parking passes and non-residents may purchase low-cost annual passes. More information and the 2016 application are available here.