Planning for land use and development is essential for fostering a healthy community for all involved. Developing guidelines and policies that shape our land use should be a community effort. The Planning Commission Planning collaborates with residents, community partners, and other municipal, regional, and state agencies to create plans that assess community needs and guide future investment and policy.
The Town Plan is the community road map that lays out the Town's needs, goals, and aspirations. The Plan is implemented through land use regulations such as the Development Regulations and the Capital Improvements Plan.
The Development Regulations guide the Development Review Board and The Zoning Administrator on how to implement land use within the Town of Georgia to meet the expectations laid out in the Town Plan.
- Town of Georgia Plan - proposed implementation 2025
- Town of Georgia Development Regulations - Update proposed for early 2024
- Town of Georgia Roads Policy - proposed for 2023
- Vermont Village Designation
The Georgia Planning Commission meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month and on the 4th Tuesday on an as-needed basis, at the Municipal Offices.
Planning Commission meetings are being held both in person at the Town of Georgia Municipal Offices and virtually using Zoom. Zoom is free to the public and does not require registration or login.
Zoom Meeting Information
When attending by Zoom you will be in a waiting room until the presenter admits you to the meeting.
The following information is good for all Town of Georgia public meetings.
Meeting ID: 616 584 3896
For information regarding the Town of Georgia planning procedures, or to inquire about information in the Town Plan or Development Regulations:
Contact the Zoning Administrator at zoning [at] townofgeorgia.com or 802-524-3524