COWETA COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES
CURRENT ORDINANCE CODE BOOK
In addition to Federal and State laws, there are local ordinances referred to as Code of Ordinances. An ordinance is a law adopted by the local governing authority (Board of Commissioners). The power of the local governing authority to enact ordinances is derived from the state constitution or statutes. These local laws can be more stringent than Federal or State laws.
These ordinances may be amended from time to time by the Board of Commissioners based upon need and the health, safety and welfare of the community.
Portions of the Code of Ordinances require public advertisement and public hearings prior to the adoption of an amendment. Example – Zoning & Development Ordinance
Coweta County contracts with a third-party company, Municode, to host our code online and perform codification services.
You may access the Coweta County Code of Ordinances by clicking this link:
If you have questions regarding the Code of Ordinances, please contact:
PROPOSED 2019 ORDINANCE CHANGES
As a part of the recent restructuring and related organizational changes within the Community Development Department, Staff has been tasked with reviewing and updating ordinances within the Code of Ordinances and Zoning and Development Ordinance. Many of the proposed amendments are “housekeeping” in nature, while others include modifications to strengthen the integrity and bring the ordinance into compliance with current legislation.
You may access the proposed 2019 ordinance amendments by clicking this link: