Alpharetta City Council Agenda December 5, 2016

Below is the agenda for tonight’s Alpharetta City Council meeting. The meeting will take place at Alpharetta City Hall at 6:30 p.m. If you would like to watch the meeting from your computer you can find it at this link.

The first item of business will be the appointment of Alpharetta’s next Director of Public Safety and immediately after that there will be a short recess to allow members of council, fellow employees and members of the public to welcome the new Director aboard. Current Director of Public Safety Gary George has done an incredible job of building our Public Safety Department into one of the finest in the nation and our new director will need the continued support of our community to maintain that tradition. I invite all of you to come out tonight for this important occasion.

If you have questions or constructive comments please feel free to post them in the comments section of this post and I will do my best to respond in a timely fashion.




A. Consideration Of New Director Of Public Safety

A. Recreation Commission: Kevin Johnson
Oath Of Office


A. Council Meeting Minutes (Meeting of 11-14-2016)
11-14-2016 Official Minutes

B. Alcoholic Beverage License Applications
12-5 alcohol application

C. Financial Management Report: Month Ending October 31, 2016
Staff Report
Financial Management Reports (October 2016)


A. PH-16-08 Unified Development Code – Text Amendments (2nd Reading)
Consideration of text amendments to the Unified Development Code including Spa Services, North Point Activity Center Guidelines, as well as other amendments.

Staff Report
Council Agenda Report
2016 Ordinance Text Amendments
Sec 1.4 UDC Changes
Section 2.2a Conditional Use Regs
Sec 2.3 Supplementary Reg Changes
Sec 2.7 Miscell Reg Changes
Sec 3.7 NP Activity Center

B. PH-16-12 Tree and Landscape Ordinance Amendments (2nd Reading)
Ordinance_UDC_3.2-Tree Conservation
UDC_3.2Strikethrough – Second Reading


A. City Center: Consideration of Master Declaration Agreement (Resolution)
City Center: Consideration of Master Declaration A
Resolution Authorizing Execution Of Declaration

B. Downtown Sculpture Project: Recommendation To Commission Sculptures
Downtown Sculpture Project: Recommendation To Comm
Overview Of Recommended Sculptures
Map – Recommended Sculpture Locations
RFQ 16-1008

C. Fiscal Year 2017 T-SPLOST Budget Amendment (1st Reading)
Fiscal Year 2017 T-SPLOST Budget Amendment
T-SPLOST Budget Ordinance
T-SPLOST Budget (Exhibit A)

D. Wills Park Batting Pavilion, ITB 17-001
Wills Park Batting Pavilion, ITB 17-001
ITB Proposal (Riley Contracting)
ITB Base Bid and Upgrades
WP Batting Pavilion Solicitation Document
WP Batting Pavilion Plans

E. Dangerous Driving Education Program
Dangerous Driving Education Program

F. Fire Engine Acquisitions: Replacement Of Fire Engines #8476/#8477 And Fire Ladder Truck #8414 (Resolution)

Fire Engine Acquisitions (Replacement of Fire Engine)
Ten-8 Quote (Pierce Fire Trucks)
Opinion of Counsel
Property Schedule 2
Lease Rider 2
Property Schedule 3
Lease Rider 3



Alpharetta Prepares To Open Shelters During Ice Event

February 11, 2014

With the threat of falling limbs and trees causing power outages during the winter storm that moves into the area tonight, the City of Alpharetta is prepared to provide shelter for those impacted.  The City will activate all of its fire stations beginning at 7:00 PM Tuesday night to receive those who have lost power and heat in their homes.

“We will be ready to assist our residents, especially the elderly and those with medical conditions, who need a warm place to wait out this event,” said Mayor David Belle Isle.  “They can go to any City of Alpharetta fire station for assistance, or for those who cannot safely travel to a fire station, we will come and pick them up.”

Alpharetta will use its Engineering / Public Works facility to house the majority of those in need of shelter and will transport them to that location from the fire stations.  According to Belle Isle, all of those facilities have backup generators that will ensure they remain powered and heated throughout the ice event.

Residents seeking shelter should ensure that they bring any medications they require with them.

“We will be prepared to provide them with a heated place to stay and a warm meal until power is restored to their homes,” Belle Isle said.

Alpharetta shelter locations during this winter storm event are:

  • Alpharetta Public Works – 1790 Hembree Road
  • Fire Station #1 – 2970 Webb Bridge Road
  • Fire Station #2 – 3070 Market Place Boulevard
  • Fire Station #3 – 9600 Westside Parkway
  • Fire Station #4 – 575 Park Bridge Parkway
  • Fire Station #5 – 1475 Mid-Broadwell Road
  • Fire Station #6 – 3275 Kimball Bridge Road

Those who are unable to travel on their own to one of these stations should call the City of Alpharetta at 678-297-6000 to request assistance.