Some areas of Peachtree City require buildings to meet minimum architectural standards, called Design Guidelines. There are two types of Design Guidelines in the City: Major Thoroughfare and HWY 54 West.
If your property is within 500 feet of a major thoroughfare, see the table below for a list, then any building must have its elevations reviewed and approved by the Planning Commission. This applies to all new construction as well as any modification to existing buildings, such as repainting, re-roofing, changing siding materials, or modifying windows and doors. (Single-family properties are exempt from this review)
|SR 54||Holly Grove Road||Riley Parkway|
|SR 74||Huddleston Road||Robinson Road|
|Aberdeen Parkway||Kedron Drive||Rockaway Road|
|Braelinn Road||Kelly Drive||Senoia Road|
|Cameron Trail||Line Creek Parkway||Stevens Entry|
|Crosstown Drive||Log House Road||Sumner Road|
|Dividend Drive||MacDuff Parkway||TDK Boulevard|
|Ebenezer Road||McIntosh Trail||Walt Banks Road|
|Fisher’s Luck||Northlake Drive||Willowbend Road|
|Flat Creek Road||Paschall Road||Windgate Road|
|Georgian Park||Peachtree Parkway||Wisdom Road|
There are three (3) other adopted Design Guidelines in Peachtree City.
Highway 54 West Corridor
As implementation of the Atlanta Regional Commission’s Livable Centers Initiative Program on State Route 54 West, the City adopted a Zoning Overlay District on portions of State Route 54, west of the intersection with State Route 74. View the Highway 54 West Corridor Design Guidelines.
This affects the commercial and residential properties zoned LUC-16 and LUC-28. Review the Lexington Village Design Guidelines.
This affects the Wilshire Pavilion shopping center and the commercial properties across Highway 74 on Wilshire Village Drive. Review the Wilshire Village Design Guidelines.