Rome-Floyd Unified Development Code community kickoff event June 15

May 31, 2021–7:41 p.m.


The City of Rome and Floyd County has kicked off a new project: “Rome – Floyd Unified Development Code”.  The goal of this effort to update and simplify the City and County’s Unified Land Development Code (also referred to as the “Code”). The public will have several opportunities to get engaged and participate in the process, starting with the Community Kickoff Event on June 15. Citizens are encouraged to attend to learn about the goals of the Rome – Floyd Unified Development Code project and to share ideas for the future.

During the process, consultants from Town Planning & Urban Design Collaborative, LLC (TPUDC) will be assisting the City and County with the project.  The final result will be a document that is understandable and implementable, and that helps the community achieve the goals set forth in the Rome-Floyd Cave Spring 2040 Comprehensive Plan.

Taking into account concerns around COVID-19, the Kickoff event will be held both in-person and virtually.

When: June 15, 2021 from 6:30-8:00pm
In-Person: Rome Civic Center, 400 Civic Center Dr., Rome, GA
Online: To attend via Zoom, please visit:
to register. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

For more information and to stay updated, a project-specific website,, will launch next week. You can also follow the City of Rome Government and Floyd County Government social media pages for project updates and opportunities to get involved:
Floyd County, GA – Government Facebook:
City of Rome, GA – Government Facebook: 

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