Cobb County GIS Department releases interactive map for researching zoning cases in your area

Cobb County government building - photo accompany article about Cobb County nonprofit grant workshop (photo by Larry Felton Johnson)Cobb County government building (photo by Larry Felton Johnson)

The Cobb County GIS department released a very useful tool for Cobb residents interested in researching zoning cases in their area.  This morning the department tweeted this announcement and link to the tool.

Using the interactive map, you can find land use and zoning cases in your area, and click on any of the little color-coded emblems near your location (or any other location in Cobb you’re interested in). The colors represent types of cases and their status (current, proposed, land use permits, special land use permits, etc). When you click on one of the links, it will take you to an information table that includes the dates of meetings about the case, a link to the video of the meeting if it’s already occurred, and the meeting minutes associated with the case.

The one thing I couldn’t find on my first pass through the app, that I think would be useful, and make it more user-friendly, is a link to the document explaining the zoning categories. But a list of Cobb’s  zoning categories with descriptions can be found here.

Overall, this is an extremely useful and user-friendly tool for residents who want to participate in decisions that affect the quality of life in their community.

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Larry Felton Johnson
Larry Felton Johnson is the editor and publisher of the Cobb County Courier. He holds a degree in journalism from Georgia State University and enjoys exploring the county's trail and greenway network when he isn't covering county government meetings and court proceedings.

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