Transportation Plan


Our online portal that electronically accepts applications for building permits, business licenses, rezoning applications, plats, land disturbance permits, etc. will be down from 

June 2nd at 4pm until June 7th at 8am.  

NO applications will be able to be accepted or processed.


NO building inspections can be completed or scheduled.  

Applications that are being submitted for the June 5th filing deadline (rezoning, map amendments, special uses, variances, change of conditions) will be allowed to be submitted up until June 9th.  

Thank you for your understanding. 


The Jackson County Transportation Plan exists to define future policies, goals, investments and designs in order to prepare for future needs to move people and goods to destinations. Preparing the plan is a collaborative process that incorporates the input of many stakeholders including various government agencies, the public and private businesses.  In 2019, Jackson County prepared a new transportation plan to meet the policy and procedural requirements of the Georgia Department of Community Affairs.

Jackson County conducted research in conjunction with the Gainesville-Hall Metropolitan Planning Organization, or GHMPO.  The GHMPO is the intergovernmental transportation planning body for Hall County and a portion of western Jackson County. The GHMPO conducts the federally mandated transportation planning process for the Gainesville Urbanized Area and portions of the Atlanta Urbanized Area, as identified in the 2010 U.S. Census. 

Jackson County Transportation Plan

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