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Stockbridge approves impact fees | News | henryherald.com


New construction of residential properties will be charged $2,420.92 per dwelling in impact fees — $1,245.83 of that will go to Parks and Recreation while $1,104.58 will go to road maintenance ...

Stockbridge extends moratorium for certain businesses | News | henryherald.com



 STOCKBRIDGE -- The moratorium was instituted as city officials sought a way to prevent an oversaturation of those shops in parts of the Stockbridge area. This is the second extension to this moratorium, which ...


Stockbridge passes Homeowner and Neighborhood Association Registration Ordinance... Read more

STOCKBRIDGE - The City of Stockbridge has over 70+ Home Owner Associations and a large number of neighborhood groups. Each neighborhood is unique in its people, its organization and its challenges, and no one understands that better than the residents who live there. In an effort to create a format in which valuable city information can be communicated between a neighborhood and the city, the creation of a City’s Neighborhood Notification Program is needed.

New Venue Alert: 3,500-Capacity Amphitheater Coming to Downtown Stockbridge...Read more

STOCKBRIDGE -- The new state-of-the-art Amphitheatre will be located in the historic downtown area of the City of Stockbridge, adjacent to City Hall. The Amphitheatre, nestled on a picturesque, wood oak-dotted landscape, will feature a combination of tiered reserved seats, VIP boxes, and general admission lawn seating; offering a variety of ticket pricing options for concert-goers.

Stockbridge working to implement parking ordinance | News | henryherald.com



STOCKBRIDGE — The city of Stockbridge is looking at ways it can implement its street parking ordinance. The City Council looked at a schedule to implement the ordinance at its Monday meeting ...

Upscale retail and residential development planned for Jodeco Road back on track... Read more

STOCKBRIDGE -- After a long development delay due to uncertainty about a proposed new city of Eagle’s Landing, the development which was previously known as Jodeco-Atlanta South, now Everly, is back on track for buildout.  The last 18-months saw prospective retail, residential, and commercial builders look elsewhere due to the uncertainty as to which government development regulations would govern the development standards of the multi-million-dollar project.