Public Hearing Scheduled for Proposed Ordinance Revisions
On March 1, citizens will have the opportunity to speak regarding the proposed revisions to Dacula’s planned mixed-use development ordinance.
On Thursday, March 1, the Dacula City Council will decide whether to revise the city’s planned mixed-use development (PMUD) ordinance. A public hearing on the proposed revisions will be held prior to the vote.
The revised ordinance would increase the maximum allowable housing density per acre from eight units to 13, the same as allowed by Gwinnett County. A maximum of 40 percent of the property could be developed as apartments after 25 percent is dedicated to open space.
If the revisions are approved, an investment group is expected to request that 157 acres be annexed into the city for the purpose of developing a “live, work, play” community that could include apartments.
The Dacula City Council meets at Dacula City Hall, 442 Harbins Road, Dacula. The meeting begins at 7 p.m.