Can I subdivide my land?

In most cases, yes. All of the resulting parcels must meet minimum lot size and frontage requirements for the applicable zoning district. Additional requirements for access may apply depending on the number of lots to be created. For individual subdivision plats resulting in up to 4 lots, contact Kevin Fort for information at 706-312-7196, For larger subdivisions, contact the Plan Review Department at 706-312-7270.

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1. How do I have an address assigned?
2. What is the difference between Single-Base, VRS, and CORS?
3. If a road is assigned a name, does that mean the County is responsible for maintaining it?
4. Can I buy reflective address numbers from the County?
5. How long does a rezoning or variance process take?
6. Can I subdivide my land?
7. How can I verify the zoning and permitted uses on my property?
8. What are the requirements for posting address numbers for a commercial building?
9. What are the requirements for posting address numbers for a duplex or other multi-family residence?
10. Why is my address being changed?
11. Who does the County notify when they change my address?
12. How can I make sure 911 has the correct address tied to my home phone number?
13. How is an address determined?
14. How is an address determined?
15. What is the address numbering system?
16. How is my address affected if I have multiple structures on my property?
17. What happens with addressing if a road crosses a County or city boundary?
18. What should I do about addressing if I am demolishing and rebuilding or building a house or other structure?
19. What are the requirements for posting address numbers for a single family residence?
20. How should I post my address number if I live on a private drive?
21. Is it possible to have more than one address number assigned or displayed?
22. How do you decide if a roadway needs to be named?
23. How do you decide what name to give a roadway?
24. Where can I find the Addressing code and Structure Naming code?