Land Use Committee

The Home Park Community Improvement Association (HPCIA) Land Use Committee is part of the City of Atlanta’s Community Partners Review Process and provides recommendations to the City through the NPU-E. The committee reviews all building permits seeking variances, special exceptions and special use permits in the HPCIA boundaries.

When are Land Use Committee meeting held? Committee meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of the month.

When is the next Land Use Committee meeting? Click here to access the HPCIA meeting and events calendar.

Who can attend? Members of the Home Park community are encourage to attend and actively participate.  However, only active HPCIA members are eligible to vote.

I would like to present during an upcoming Land Use Committee meeting. What do I need to do to be added to the agenda?  Applicants seeking a vote on an application during a schedule HPCIA Land Use Committee meetings must submit their request no later than 5:00 p.m. 21 days prior to the scheduled HPCIA Land Use Committee meeting. At the time of the request all documentation relevant to the application (applications, site plans, etc.) should be emailed to the HPCIA Land Use Committee in a .pdf document to landuse@homepark.org. The committee may request a meeting with the applicant to discuss details of the application and appropriate next steps prior to the Land Use Committee meeting.

If the applicant’s request is not received by 5:00 p.m. 21 days prior to the scheduled HPCIA Land Use Committee meeting, the applicant will be delayed by one (1) month and scheduled for the next HPCIA Land Use Committee meeting.

We encourage applicants to come to the Land Use Committee meeting for an informational sessions early in the design process before submitting for a building permit. This allows the applicant to gain feedback from the community before it is time for the community to vote on the application.

Who should I email if I have any additional questions? landuse@homepark.org