Following a national search, Parag Agrawal was selected as Milton's Community Development Director in Nov. 2018 and officially began his tenure with the City on Dec. 10, 2018. Agrawal previously served as DeKalb County's deputy director of the Department of Planning, Development and Sustainability.
Agrawal is a seasoned planning official with more than 15 years’ experience in planning and development. Prior to relocating to the North Fulton area to be closer to family, Agrawal held a variety of positions at the state and local level in the Northeast and Midwest regions. He currently serves as DeKalb County’s deputy director of the Department of Planning, Development and Sustainability.
Agrawal’s professional experience includes historic preservation, long-range, master planning, small area plans and overlays, economic development, zoning, transportation, and tree canopy conservation. His work at the state level included authoring a series of 16 comprehensive planning guidance handbooks to assist local municipalities in Rhode Island with crafting comprehensive plans that effectively guide local decision-making.
|Susan Wilmath||Permit Technician||
|Teresa Stickels||Conservation Projects Manager||
|Rick Slay||Building Plans Examiner||
|Gary Mullinix||Chief Building Official||
|Nicole Morales||Building Permit Technician||
|Michele McIntosh-Ross||Principal Planner (Long Range Planning)||
|Robyn MacDonald||Zoning Manager||
|Mark Law||Environmental Engineer/Arborist||
|Cody Hendrix||Planning & Zoning Technician||
|Robert Buscemi||City Architect||
|Melissa Branen||Site Review Manager||
|Parag Agrawal||Community Development Director||