Zoning Administration Responsibilities

Responsibilities of the Zoning Office

The Zoning Administration is responsible for the administration, interpretation, and enforcement of the Greene County Code of Ordinances. The Zoning Administration Division can provide information about the zoning of properties, permitted uses, building setbacks, parking and landscape requirements, and sign regulations. Other responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Interact with citizens, businesses, developers to assist with the understanding and implementing of the Greene County Code of Ordinances
  • Review various applications, site plans, etc. for compliance with Greene County Ordinances
  • Coordinate the review of all rezoning, conditional use permits, and variances request
  • Inspect the applicable sites to ensure complete review of applications.
  • Prepare various reports, packages, and presentations for the Board of Planning and Zoning and public review
  • Communicate the appropriate process and review with all interested parties
  • Acknowledge decision of appropriate Boards and ensure records reflect accordingly

Questions and/or Concerns

The Greene County Building and Zoning Office is here to answer any zoning and/or re-zoning questions. We strongly encourage you to contact our office before submitting an application for any zoning changes to prevent any delays.  

  1. Building & Zoning

    Physical Address
    1034 Silver Drive
    Suite 103
    Greensboro, GA 30642

    Phone: 706-453-3333
    Fax: 706-453-2579

    Office Hours 
    Monday - Friday
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    The office is closed for County Observed Holidays.


  1. Chuck Wooley

    Director of Building, Zoning and Project Mgmt.

  2. Permit Clerk

    Permitting Clerk

Mission Statement

We strive to provide services of the highest quality in the area of water pollution control, fire protection, zoning administration, building inspections, and code enforcement in order to contribute to the physical, social, and economic growth of Greene County while also inherently improving the safety of the as built environment falling under our regulatory purview.