What is GAZA?
The Georgia Association of Zoning Administrators, also known as GAZA, was founded in 1985 to provide education, training and networking opportunities in order to support and promote professional development in zoning and related fields.
Currently consists of
Each elected officer serves
We are the only organization in Georgia that's been created to be a resource specifically to the local planning and zoning professional throughout the state! This gives you access to a wealth of knowledge revolving around the zoning and related profession!
Scholarship available - Did you know?
The Georgia Association of Zoning Administrators (GAZA) is pleased to award a $2,000 college academic scholarship each year to an entering freshman or upperclassman student who demonstrates superior academic achievements and has financial need. The scholarship is given in honor of Betty Gecoma, the founder of GAZA.
As a GAZA member, you, your child, or your grandchild can apply for the Betty Gecoma Scholarship. Please check out the Betty Gecoma Scholarship page for an application. And don't forget, if you or your child/grandchild is approved, you/he/she can re-apply each year to possibly receive additional funds.
Across the State
GAZA is proud to help promote job openings across the state related to the zoning and planning profession. Please contact us if you have any job openings available that you would like displayed to GAZA members and viewers.