Tucker is a community that for more than a century has been built and sustained by volunteers. We would like to thank the community members that volunteered to serve on our boards and commissions. These unpaid, unelected positions are a way to give back to your community, while also having a say in its future.
Construction Board of Appeals hears appeals of decisions and interpretations of the building official and consider variances from the technical codes.
Downtown Development Authority is an economic development tool that focuses not only on the downtown Tucker and Main Street area, but also includes the Northlake area and the major commercial corridors. The DDA promotes and markets the downtown area and commercial corridors.
Planning Commission makes recommendations to the Mayor and City Council on all proposed amendments to the Zoning Ordinance, Zoning Map, or the comprehensive plan text or maps. Applications that are reviewed by the Planning Commission include rezonings, special land use permits, comprehensive plan amendments, and text amendments.
Public Facility Authority provides municipal financing tools for the City such as acquiring long-term debt. The members of the Public Facility Authority have elected for standing meetings in January and July in 2021, and can meet for a special called meeting as needed.
Urban Redevelopment Agency makes recommendations to the Mayor and City Council to evaluate and prepare for redevelopment opportunities within the City, including proposed funding programs for reinvestment projects, community redevelopment, and incentive programs and tools to spur economic development and employment and encourage private sector investment.
Zoning Board of Appeals is a quasi-judicial board that is charged with hearing requests for variances from the standards of the City of Tucker Zoning Ordinance and appeals of decisions of administrative officials.