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Friday, December 2nd @ 7:00 PM
City Hall
6505 Rico Road
Chattahoochee Hills GA 30268
City Hall Phone: 770-463-8881
Court Phone: 770-463-6576

City Council Work Session
Thursday, December 1 @ 5:00 PM
City Hall

 City Council Meeting
Tuesday, December 6 @ 6:30 PM
City Hall

Tree Board Meeting
Monday, December 12 @ 6:00 PM
City Hall
Agenda to follow

 Parks Commission Meeting
Tuesday, December 13 @ 6:00 PM
City Hall
Agenda to follow

 Planning Commission Meeting
Thursday, December 15 @ 6:00 PM
City Hall
Agenda to follow

 Court Dates
Tuesday, December 20 @ 9:00 AM
Wednesday, December 21 @ 9:00 AM

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.

Additional FAQs



Due to current drought conditions no outdoor burning in Chattahoochee Hills is or will be authorized until further notice by the Office of the Fire Chief.

The Georgia Forestry Commission has advised drought in most Georgia counties has created dangerously dry conditions and outdoor burning of all types should be delayed until conditions improve. “Outdoor burning” in Chattahoochee Hills includes but is not necessarily limited to the following activity on private, residential, agricultural or commercial properties:

  1. disposal of piles of  vegatative debris (any size)
  2. use of fire for property improvements and/or reduction of organic fuels
  3. burning for the purpose of small or large acreage land clearing

It is illegal to burn household trash, wiring, tires, plastics or metals at any time.

To report fires in Chattahoochee Hills phone Fire Station 51 (770-463-8177), or for emergencies dial 911.


For everyone’s awareness, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Environmental Protection Division has elevated our Drought Response Level to a Level 2 for 52 counties and Level 1 Drought Response for an additional 58 counties. 

This week marks the 24th week of continuous severe drought in northwest Georgia, the 22nd week for the Atlanta metro area, the 21st week in northeastern parts of the state and the 15th week in central Georgia. In addition to our drought conditions, there is a decline in soil moisture and some streams are flowing at or below record lows set during droughts in 2007 and 2011. 

During a Level 2 Drought Response, outdoor landscape watering is only allowed two days a week determined by odd and even-numbered addresses. 

·     Even-numbered addresses and properties without numbered addresses may water on Wednesday and Saturday between 4:00 PM and 10:00 AM

·     Odd numbered addresses may water Thursday and Sunday between 4:00 PM and 10:00 AM 

Prohibited outdoor water uses include: 

·     Washing hard surfaces such as streets and sidewalks. 

·     Water for ornamental purposes, such as fountains. 

·     The use of fire hydrants, except for firefighting and public safety. 

·     Non-commercial washing of vehicles. 

·     Non-commercial pressure washing. 

·     Fundraising car washes. 

These exempted uses are allowed daily and are not subject to the 4pm-10am or odd/even schedule, without restriction : 

·       Commercial pressure washing  

·       Drip irrigation or soaker hose

·       Food gardens

·       Hand watering (with a shut-off nozzle)

·       Hydroseeding

·       Installation and maintenance of an irrigation system

·       Irrigation of public recreational turf areas

·       Irrigation of plants for sale

·       Irrigation of sports fields

·       Water from private wells and bodies of water on property

·        Water from an alternate source (grey water, rain water, air-conditioner condensate)

These outdoor water uses are allowed during Drought Response Level 2:

During installation and for the first 30 days after installation, newly planted/installed lawns and turf, ground cover, flowers, shrubs, trees and other plants can be watered any day, at any time without restriction.

Watering is allowed as needed twice a week between 4 pm and 10 am on an odd/even schedule:  even addresses and address with no numbers on Wednesday or Saturday and odd addresses on Thursday or Sunday using these methods of application:

·     Automated irrigation systems

·     Hand watering (without a shut-off nozzle)

·     Lawn sprinklers

Ornamental fountains must be shut off


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TSPLOST Passes Press Release (TSPLOST Passes) 11-10-16

ISO Rating Established 2016 ISO Determination Letter

Press Release (Many Rivers To Cross Festival) 09-27-2016

South Fulton Now – Grow Now. Invest Now. Choose Now.  Create Now.Click to Read Article

Press Release (Chattahoochee Hills Set to Adopt 2016 Millage Rate) 08.24.2016

2016 Digest ($139,488,706) up from 2015 Digest ($122,880,789)

Millage Rate is Used to Calculate Property Taxes; But Actual Property Taxes Due is Based on  the Assessed Value of the Property.  This Means a Property Owner May or May not Pay More in Property Taxes Dependent on the Assessed Value

5 Year Tax History Image

5 Year Tax History Image

Net Digest Bar Chart

Click here for Property Tax Examples

Press Release (Chatt Hills Approves TSPLOST Project List ) 06.08.2016

Press Release (Chattahoochee Hills Adopts 2017 Fiscal Year Budget ) 06.08.2016

Press Release (Coalition for Recreational Trails Annual Achievement Award ) 05.16.2016


Chattahoochee Hills is completing work on an update of the Comprehensive Plan that was adopted in 2011.  Adoption of the final draft is scheduled for a vote by City Council on December 6th.  That draft is available here (6 MB pdf).

Go to the Comprehensive Plan Update page to learn more.

You can find the original 2011 Comprehensive Plan here (7 MB pdf).



 BURN BAN BEGINS MAY 1 –  Our annual burn ban imposed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on the metropolitan-Atlanta area counties begins May 1 and lasts until October 1.  “Burn ban” means no outdoor burning of any sort can be done in order to control emissions into the atmosphere during the hotter, more critical time of year.  Chattahoochee Hills Fire Rescue Department must enforce this ban since it is federally mandated.  Thank you for your support.

Public Works Supervisor – Job Announcement
Police Officer – Job Announcement and Job Description

Reserve Police OfficerJob Announcement and Job Description

Download the application form here.

T-SPLOST Information

TSPLOST PowerPoint

TSPLOST Education

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.


Fiscal Year 2017 Proposed Budget

Adopted Fiscal Year 2016 budget

New Zoning and Related Ordinances

On May 5th the City Council voted to adopt the following ordinances:

For further information please contact Mike Morton – michael.morton@chatthillsga.us

Our New Trail Map of Cochran Mill Park is available here

Parking Fees and 2017 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.