The City of Stockbridge understands that Civil engineering and site development permitting is the critical path for the success of any development project. The City recognizes that the permitting process is the riskiest stage of any development project. Therefore, our staff and land development teams have the necessary experience in the successful delivery of hundreds of development projects on behalf of private clients, higher education institutions, and public municipalities. We work hard to ensure that the permitting process does not cause project changes, scheduled delays, or cost overruns.
LAND DEVELOPMENT PERMIT (LDP) PROCESS
The Land Development Division is responsible for review and approval of all preliminary plats, final plats, site plans, subdivision plans, and as-builts for commercial and residential developments to ensure code compliance. We also review and approve performance and maintenance bonds required by City Code. The is an overview of the Development Process from the point of, moving through the various stages of the process, starting with conception, through municipality approval of construction projects.
This following information is designed to streamline the development process within the City, offering tools and assistance for residents, businesses and the development community. The development review and permitting process can be overwhelming and the staff is here to assist with questions or comments. The goal is to provide a better understanding of the land development process. We encourage everyone to review this information and contact anyone of the staff members below to assist with the process.
DEVELOPMENT PROCESS INCLUDES:
Plan Review Procedures
Plan Approval Process Requirements
Plan Revision and Resubmittal Process
Public Works Director
Water Treatment Superintendent
Sewer Treatment Superintendent
Chief Building Official
Building Permitting Coordinator