Fannin County Land Development
400 West Main Street, Suite 101A
Business Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00AM-5:00PM
Chief Land Development Officer: Marie Woody
The Environmental compliance section of The Land Development office enforces the laws that protect the public and preserve the beauty of the Appalachian Mountains that surround us. We enforce the laws to preserve the water that is important to the survival of the citizens of Fannin County and our State. We help with environmental concerns such as illegal dumping, litter, old tires, chemical spills, soil erosion, solid waste, water pollution and many other problems. Our office issues: land disturbance permits, review plats and all subdivisions for sign off and recording, sign permits, Adopt-A-Road program and maintains the Right-of-way information on County Roads. Please review the appropriate ordinances posted on this website.
Building Permit Application Requirements and Permit Information