The last comprehensive ordinance update for Bryan County’s land use ordinances took place in 1995. Many things have changed in the land development practices over the past twenty years and many things have changed in Bryan County and Coastal Georgia in those same years. This update will provide new language for Minor Subdivisions and clearer administrative policies for all subdivision of land. This Interim Development Ordinance (IDO) is to act as a provisional ordinance while the County spends the coming year developing the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO).
The IDO was proposed by the consultant Michael Lauer in his Memo of January 30, 2018, where he describes the process to a UDO. These changes were first proposed during the recent Bryan County Comprehensive Plan update, of 2018, where the Land Use Element details the many changes needed to develop the projected Community Vision.
PUBLIC INPUT SESSIONS
January 22, 2019 at 5:30 PM at the Commissioner's Room at 66 Capt Matthew Freeman Dr, Richmond Hill. The purpose is to receive feedback on the recent adoption and implementation of the Interim Development Ordinance.