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The Hall County Commission on Wednesday, April 10, gave its approval to an update to the county's Planned Residential Development (PRD) code, which was first adopted in 2003. The updates are an effort to provide for uniformity and consistency countywide.
Below are highlights of some of the changes:
"We understand that Hall County is a growing community, and these changes will help ensure that Hall County continues to move in a positive direction, attracting high quality development that will enhance the area," said District 1 Commissioner Kathy Cooper.
The changes allow for a variety of housing types, including single-family, two-family and multi-family dwellings, based on proposed site plans.
"This update will encourage developers to take full advantage of the natural features of the area as they design their site plans," said Cooper.
The new code takes effect immediately.