Dawson County Planning and Development
25 Justice Way, Suite 2322
Dawsonville, GA 30534
(706) 344-3500 phone
(706) 344-3501 phone
Monday through Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
No Monies will be taken after 4:00 PM
Jason Streetman, Director
(706) 344-3500 x 42337 firstname.lastname@example.org
Diane Callahan, Office Manager
(706) 344-3500 x42255 email@example.com
Tom Johnson, Building Inspector
(706) 344-3608 firstname.lastname@example.org
Margaret Honn, Business License Technician
(706) 344-3651 email@example.com
Robbie Irvin, Stormwater/Plan Review Manager
(706) 344-3500 x42334 firstname.lastname@example.org
Niki McCall, Zoning Administrator
(706) 344-3500 x42335 email@example.com
Marguerite Murdock, Administrative Assistant
(706) 344-3500 x42254 firstname.lastname@example.org
Keith Wilson, Building Inspector
(706) 344-3608 x42257 email@example.com
"Employing the highest ethical standards, the Planning and Development department shapes the built environment of Dawson County through innovative planning & managed growth, continuing the County's town lifestyle and rural traditions."
To accomodate the many challenges of change in Dawson County, our leaders have taken the lead role in promoting a high quality Planning and Development department. This department is the proactive vehicle for directing growth within the county. Beginning with the establishment of zoning and land use regulations in 1985, planning and development has been actively involved in pursuing a common vision for the county.
The department is divided into separate divisions which work together to form a unique tool to both promote and control growth and economic development. These divisions are Planning and Zoning, Building Permitting and Inspections. Coupled with our valued administrative personnel we provide an excellent team of experience and customer service to the county. We look forward to working together for a better community.
Important Impact Fee Announcement:
Impact Fee Announcement
This file includes important information regarding the suspension of impact fees in Dawson County. This change was approved by the Board of Commissioners on May 21, 2009.