Georgia Atlanta Zoning Map

The Zoning Map for the City of Atlanta in Georgia divides the city’s real estate into zones differentiated according to land use and building regulations

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Atlanta Georgia Zoning Map Districts

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Zone Code Zone Name
C-1-C
C-1 Community Business District
C-2-C
C-2 Commercial Service District
C-3-C
C-3 Commercial Residential District
C-4-C
C-4 Central Area Commercial-Residential District
C-5-C
C-5 Central Business Support District
FCR-3 Fulton county Single-Family Dwellings Minimum lot area: 18,000 square feet
HC-20A SA1
HC-20A SA2
HC-20A SA3
HC-20A SA4
HC-20A SA4-C
HC-20A SA5
HC-20B
HC-20C SA1
HC-20C SA2
HC-20C SA3
HC-20C SA3-C
HC-20C SA4
HC-20D
HC-20E
HC-20N SA1
HC-20N SA2
I-1-C
I-1 Light Industrial District
I-2-C
I-2 Heavy Industrial District
LD Briarcliff Plaza
LD Mean Street
LD Pratt- Pullman
LW-C
LW Live-Work
MR-1 Multi-family residential, maximum floor area ratio of 0.162
MR-2-C
MR-2 Multi-family residential, maximum floor area ratio of 0.348
MR-3-C
MR-3A-C
MR-3 Multi-family residential, maximum floor area ratio of 0.696
MR-4-C
MR-4A-C
MR-4A Multi-family residential, maximum floor area ratio of 1.49
MR-4B-C
MR-4B Multi-family residential (townhouses), maximum floor area ratio of 1.49
MR-5A-C
MR-5A Multi-family residential, maximum floor area ratio of 3.2
MRC-1-C
MRC-1 Mixed residential and commercial, maximum floor area ratio of 1.696
MRC-2-C
MRC-2 Mixed residential and commercial, maximum floor area ratio of 3.196
MRC-3-C
MRC-3 Mixed residential and commercial, maximum floor area ratio of 7.2
NC-10 SA1
NC-10 SA2
NC-11
NC-12 SA1
NC-12 SA2
NC-13
NC-14
NC-15
NC-1 Little Five Points Neighborhood Commercial
NC-2 East Atlanta Neighborhood Commercial
NC-3 Kirkwood Neighborhood Commercial
NC-4 Cheshire Bridge North Neighborhood Commercial
NC-5-C
NC-5 Cheshire Bridge South Neighborhood Commercial
NC-6
NC-7
NC-7-C
NC-8
NC-9
O-I-C
O-I Office Institutional District
PD-H1
PD-H2
PD-H Planned housing development (single-family or multi-family)
PD-MU Mixed-use planned development
PD-OC Office-commercial planned development
PDH Planned Development - Housing District
R-1 R-1 Single-Family Residential District
R-2A-C
R-2A R-2A Single-Family Residential District
R-2B R-2B Single-Family Residential District
R-2 R-2 Single-Family Residential District
R-3-C
R-3A R-3A Single-Family Residential District
R-3 R-3 Single-Family Residential District
R-4-C
R-4A-C
R-4A R-4A Single-Family Residential District
R-4B-C
R-4B R-4B Single-Family Residential District
R-4 R-4 Single-Family Residential District
R-5-C
R-5 Two-Family Residential District
R-LC-C
R-LC Residential-Limited Commercial District
RG-1-C
RG-1 General (multi-family) residential, maximum floor area ratio of 0.162
RG-2-C
RG-2 General (multi-family) residential, maximum floor area ratio of 0.348
RG-3-C
RG-3 General (multi-family) residential, maximum floor area ratio of 0.696
RG-4-C
RG-4 General (multi-family) residential, maximum floor area ratio of 1.49
RG-5-C
RG-5 General (multi-family) residential, maximum floor area ratio of 3.2
SPI-1 SA1 Downtown Special Public Interest, Downtown Core
SPI-1 SA2 SoNo Commercial West
SPI-1 SA3 SoNo Commercial East
SPI-1 SA4 SoNo Residential
SPI-1 SA5 Centennial Olympic Park
SPI-1 SA6 Terminus
SPI-1 SA7 Fairlie-Poplar
SPI-11 SA1
SPI-11 SA10
SPI-11 SA11
SPI-11 SA12
SPI-11 SA2
SPI-11 SA3
SPI-11 SA4
SPI-11 SA5
SPI-11 SA6
SPI-11 SA7
SPI-11 SA8
SPI-11 SA9
SPI-12 SA1
SPI-12 SA2
SPI-12 SA3
SPI-15 SA1
SPI-15 SA2
SPI-15 SA3
SPI-15 SA4
SPI-15 SA5
SPI-15 SA6
SPI-15 SA7
SPI-15 SA8
SPI-15 SA9
SPI-16 SA1
SPI-16 SA1C
SPI-16 SA2
SPI-16 SA2 JSTA
SPI-16 SA3
SPI-17 SA1
SPI-17 SA2
SPI-17 SA3
SPI-17 SA4
SPI-18 SA1
SPI-18 SA10
SPI-18 SA2
SPI-18 SA3
SPI-18 SA4
SPI-18 SA5
SPI-18 SA6
SPI-18 SA7
SPI-18 SA8
SPI-18 SA9
SPI-2 SA1
SPI-2 SA2
SPI-2 SA3
SPI-2 SA4
SPI-2 SA5
SPI-20 SA1 Greenbriar Special Public Interest, Subarea 1, Greenbriar Town Center
SPI-20 SA2 Greenbriar Special Public Interest,Subarea 2, Greenbriar Neighborhood Center
SPI-20 SA3 Greenbriar Special Public Interest, Subarea 3, Campbellton Road Mixed Use Corridor
SPI-20 SA4 Greenbriar Special Public Interest, Subarea 4, Greenbriar Residential/Commercial
SPI-20 SA5 Greenbriar Special Public Interest, Subarea 5, Greenbriar Medium Density Residential
SPI-20 SA6 Greenbriar Special Public Interest, Subarea 6, Greenbriar Single-Family Residential
SPI-21 SA10 Historic West End/Adair Park Special Public Interest, Subarea 10, Candler District
SPI-21 SA1 Historic West End/Adair Park Special Public Interest, Subarea 1, Village Center
SPI-21 SA2 Historic West End/Adair Park Special Public Interest, Subarea 2, Commercial Core
SPI-21 SA3 Historic West End/Adair Park Special Public Interest, Subarea 3, RDA Corridor
SPI-21 SA4 Historic West End/Adair Park Special Public Interest, Subarea 4, Neighborhood Commercial
SPI-21 SA5 Historic West End/Adair Park Special Public Interest, Subarea 5, Village Center Residential
SPI-21 SA6 Historic West End/Adair Park Special Public Interest, Subarea 6, Medium Density Residential
SPI-21 SA7 Historic West End/Adair Park Special Public Interest, Subarea 7, Smaller Lot Single-family
SPI-21 SA8 Historic West End/Adair Park Special Public Interest, Subarea 8, Institutional/AUC
SPI-21 SA9 Historic West End/Adair Park Special Public Interest, Subarea 9, Adair Park Live/Work
SPI-22 SA1
SPI-22 SA2
SPI-22 SA3
SPI-22 SA4
SPI-22 TSA
SPI-5 SA1 Inman Park Special Interest, Subarea 1: Public open space or park
SPI-5 SA2 Inman Park Special Interest, Subarea 2: North Highland-Sinclair single-family and two-family housing
SPI-5 SA3 Inman Park Special Interest, Subarea 3: Freedom Park single-family and two-family housing
SPI-6 SA1 Poncey-Highland, Subarea 1
SPI-6 SA2 Poncey-Highland, Subarea 2
SPI-6 SA3 Poncey-Highland, Subarea 3
SPI-6 SA4 Poncey-Highland, Subarea 4
SPI-7 SA1 Candler park, Subarea 1
SPI-7 SA2A
SPI-7 SA2B
SPI-7 SA2C
SPI-7 SA3 Candler park, Subarea 3
SPI-9 SA1 Buckhead village,Subarea 1 Core village
SPI-9 SA2 Buckhead village,Subarea 2 Corridor areas
SPI-9 SA3 Buckhead village,Subarea 3 Extended village
SPI-9 SA4 Buckhead village,Subarea 4 Peachtree/ Piedmont

What is Zoning?

Zoning codes are a century old, and the lifeblood of all major U.S. cities, determining what can be built where and what activities can take place in a neighborhood. Zoning is how cities control the development and use of land. Zoning defines the legally permitted and prohibited uses of a piece of land, determining if plot of land can be used for commercial, industrial, residential or agricultural purposes. Essentially, it determines what can and cannot be built on a property.

Zoning and Real Estate Values

Zoning is the first stage of the home life cycle and a key influence on all other stages. Zillow has identified that zoning regulations are so important that they impact home values. Zillow Research found that home values grew most in markets with the strictest land use regulations. Home values in the most restrictive metropolitan areas grew an average of 23.4%, more than double the home value appreciation in the least restrictive metros. Zoning regulations are determined locally and some cities can have more restrictive regulation systems than others. However, within a city’s zoning system individual zones can be more restrictive and less restrictive, including different single family zones.

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