Just like traffic in some areas has slowed to a crawl during the COVID-19 pandemic, so has the lunch crowd in lots of areas. Dunwoody Mayor Lynn Deutsch launched a Let’s Do Lunch Campaign to help speed things back up.
Dunwoody is demolishing an old elementary school to create 12 acres of park space, and the city is asking for the public’s input on how to develop the land.
City allocates $300,000 for community efforts to assist those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dunwoody is asking for public feedback on three potential plans to improve bike and sidewalk access along Mt. Vernon Road.
Visual preference survey for residents and business owners will help guide decisions during Dunwoody’s sign code rewrite.
For the month of October, Dunwoody Municipal Court will offer amnesty for outstanding traffic citations and missed court dates.
With many restaurants struggling to stay afloat amid the coronavirus pandemic, Dunwoody’s mayor is focusing on the bread and butter of many eateries: the lunch rush.
Residents in the city of Dunwoody will vote this fall on whether alcohol sales at stores should be extended on Sundays.
“Our skilled workforce is a great fit for a company like Zillow. We are excited about the new energy Zillow will bring to the Dunwoody Perimeter Market,” Dunwoody Mayor Lynn Deutsch said in a statement.”
Dunwoody’s mayor is set to join the new DeKalb County School District superintendent this week to answer questions from the community about the pandemic and what families should know before the new school year begins.