Happy 2019 to all of our members and visitors! Many thanks to all of you who attended the Annual Meeting in January, or watched via video on Facebook.
Our first regular board meeting of the year is this Sunday, February 10. The agenda is dedicated to GDOT’s representative, Tim Matthews. You may have read in the papers or online about additional toll lanes coming to I-285 along Dunwoody’s southern border. … Read More »
Dunwoody City Councilmember Terry Nall said he is running for mayor in the Nov. 5 city election no matter what, while current Mayor Denis Shortal said he hasn’t made a decision about reelection. Continue at Reporter Newspapers
The area around Perimeter Mall has become fertile ground for an urban-style renaissance like few OTP communities have ever seen. As transformative proposals such as Grubb Properties’s Park at Perimeter Center East mixed-use build and Trammell…
Find out about the exciting upcoming events and activities happening in the City of Dunwoody! Check out the Parks & Recreation Guidebook: Discover Dunwoody — A guide for residents and visitors listing events, Dunwoody’s parks and amenities and youth and family activities, clubs, memberships and partnerships.
Click here to view the ‘Discover Dunwoody: Parks and Recreation Guidebook’… Read More »
Dunwoody officials and staff began moving into its newly renovated city hall building at 4800 Ashford-Dunwoody Road this week. Plans are for the move to be complete by Jan. 2 when the City Council will hold its first meeting of 2018 in its newly upgraded council chambers. Continue reading at Reporter Newspapers
A few years ago at the Dunwoody Arts Festival, Mike Parks walked past the Dunwoody Rotary booth and was overheard to say, “Rotary changed my life.” The Rotary membership chairman happened to be the one who heard this comment and stepped out to engage him in conversation.
Fast forward to this week: Parks was named Rotarian of the Year by the Rotary Club of Dunwoody, partly because he has worked tirelessly and successfully to bring the Rotary Youth Exchange Scholarship, worth $24,000 each, to Georgia.… Read More »
DUNWOODY, Ga. – The Dunwoody Police Department is recognizing one of its officers for turning a traffic stop into a teaching moment.
Officer Jeffrey Leach stopped an SUV after noticing a child in a car without a car seat.
The officer learned the driver did not have a car seat for his youngest child, the department said in a Facebook post Saturday. … Read More »
If you have children and live in Dunwoody, odds are you have ventured to Brook Run Park a time or two. Or 40. While Brook Run offers loads of playground equipment, gazebos with picnic tables, a walking trail, and more, if you and your children are looking for some different playtime opportunities, here are a few nearby options. … Read More »
The Dunwoody City Council approved adding $60,000 to the budget for renovation to the Donald-Bannister Farm at its Sept. 26 meeting. The Dunwoody Preservation Trust will pay $50,000 of that amount with the city covering the remaining $10,000. City Parks & Recreation Director Brent Walker explained to the council that the original contract awarded to […]
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Looking for the perfect summer treat? Come and find Polar Ice to get some tasty shave ice and refreshing lemonade. You can find us at all of the Dunwoody Nature Center concerts, the Dunwoody North Pool on Sundays between 2 P.M and 5 P.M in June, in front of the Kroger at at Georgetown Shopping Center, and of course the 4th of July Parade where we hope everyone will come out and celebrate with us.… Read More »
I’m an adult so I know that there are at least “two sides to every story”. I also realize that “everyone is entitled to their own opinion”.
I’ve started getting lengthy emails this week from folks in our community with strong opinions about this subject. My goal is to give people a forum to speak out about their opinion(s). … Read More »
The following information was pulled from Dunwoody’s Police-2-Citizen website and is presumed to be accurate. From police reports dated May 10 through May 18 On May 10 at about 9:30 a.m., a 63-year-old man from Hogansville, Ga., was arrested and charged with begging and soliciting alms by accosting while at the 100 block of Ashford-Dunwoody […]
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Dunwoody, GA – May 5, 2016
– The City of Dunwoody
agreed in principal to establish a new location for its City Hall by signing a purchase agreement for the lot and building located at 4800 Ashford Dunwoody Road.
The selection is a result of a two and a half year exploration conducted by city staff and planning consultants to determine the optimum location for the first City Hall complex completely owned by the eight year old municipality.… Read More »
Hundreds of people packed the Crowne Plaza Ravinia Hotel for the seventh annual Dunwoody State of the City, this year given by Mayor Denis Shortal. “We’re a family,” Shortal said of Dunwoody’s residents, adding that he is here to serve the residents and not himself. Some key points from Shortal’s speech: • The city has […]
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DeKalb County’s Sanitation Division announced the implementation of Phase II of the Rolling Forward to One sanitation service change. Phase II of the program provides residential customers in the City of Dunwoody with an opportunity to:
- Rightsize your green garbage roll carts — this involves switching to/from a 35-, 45-, 65- or 95-gallon green garbage roll cart.
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