- Removing residential parking minimums from all zoning districts except R1-R3
- Increasing height limitations over garages in R4B districts to create more flexible ADUs (accessory dwelling units)
A few days ago, it was permanently haulted. Councilmember Amir Farokhi who introduced the ordinance, tweeted after the meeting “In our City, we need more housing at all price points & in different sizes. More houses, townhomes, apartments/condos, ADUs, quadplexes, etc. None of that is incompatible w/ neighborhood beauty, character, or trees. It’s part of being a mature, thriving city. The challenges we face on housing & affordability will remain. So will the opportunity to improve our zoning to help Atlanta remain special and welcoming. I look forward to continuing to work on these issues in 2022. Hope you’ll join me.”.