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Dunwoody Mayor Lynn Deutsch: "There is so much happening in Dunwoody, and I am grateful for our City Council’s leadershi...
01/06/2024

Dunwoody Mayor Lynn Deutsch: "There is so much happening in Dunwoody, and I am grateful for our City Council’s leadership, our staff’s hard work and our residents’ support."

"There is so much happening in Dunwoody, and I am grateful for our City Council’s leadership, our staff’s hard work and our residents’ support," writes Mayor Deutsch in a Crier

The City of Dunwoody is looking for volunteers in the lead up to its eighth annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service...
12/29/2023

The City of Dunwoody is looking for volunteers in the lead up to its eighth annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service Jan. 15.

The City of Dunwoody is looking for volunteers in the lead up to its eighth annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service Jan. 15.

Dunwoody resident Joseph Bell has waited five years for a solution to a failed water quality basin near his home at Wall...
12/17/2023

Dunwoody resident Joseph Bell has waited five years for a solution to a failed water quality basin near his home at Wallace Lane and Happy Hollow Road.

Dunwoody resident Joseph Bell has waited five years for a solution to a failed water quality basin near his home at Wallace Lane and Happy Hollow Road.

Where in the World: Beth and Matt Allen travelled to Geneva, Switzerland, this fall, then attended the Rugby World Cup i...
12/15/2023

Where in the World: Beth and Matt Allen travelled to Geneva, Switzerland, this fall, then attended the Rugby World Cup in Nice, France, and stayed in Turin, Italy, for a few days. The Crier was honored to tag along with the globetrotters.

A Dunwoody resident filed suit in DeKalb County Superior Court Oct. 31 alleging the City of Dunwoody and three city empl...
12/13/2023

A Dunwoody resident filed suit in DeKalb County Superior Court Oct. 31 alleging the City of Dunwoody and three city employees violated the Georgia Open Records Act.

A Dunwoody resident filed suit in DeKalb County Superior Court Oct. 31 alleging the City of Dunwoody and three city employees violated the Georgia Open Records Act.

The Dunwoody City Council was scheduled to hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony this week to celebrate intersection improvemen...
12/11/2023

The Dunwoody City Council was scheduled to hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony this week to celebrate intersection improvements at Womack Road, Chamblee Dunwoody Road and Ashford Center Parkway.

The Dunwoody City Council was scheduled to hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony this week to celebrate intersection improvements at Womack Road, Chamblee Dunwoody Road and Ashford Center Parkway.

After leaving the corporate world of Los Angeles for Dunwoody nearly two years ago, Ark Coffeehaus co-owner John Yacoub ...
12/06/2023

After leaving the corporate world of Los Angeles for Dunwoody nearly two years ago, Ark Coffeehaus co-owner John Yacoub is ready to give residents a taste of the new family-owned operation at 4448 Tilly Mill Road.

After leaving the corporate world of Los Angeles for Dunwoody nearly two years ago, Ark Coffeehaus co-owner John Yacoub is ready to give residents a taste of the new family-owned

The "gut punch” from ARC is that 63 percent of Metro Atlanta residents can’t afford to move to another house or apartmen...
12/04/2023

The "gut punch” from ARC is that 63 percent of Metro Atlanta residents can’t afford to move to another house or apartment in a neighborhood where they currently live.

Equipped with data, Atlanta Regional Commission COO Michael Alexander explained a number of trends facing Metro Atlanta at a Nov. 30 event. One focus was calling some of the housing

The Dunwoody City Council focused on improving public safety by adopting a Road Safety Action Plan and adding two full-t...
12/04/2023

The Dunwoody City Council focused on improving public safety by adopting a Road Safety Action Plan and adding two full-time positions to the Parks and Recreation Department Nov. 27.

The Dunwoody City Council focused on improving public safety by adopting a Road Safety Action Plan and adding two full-time positions to the Parks and Recreation Department Nov. 27.

Dunwoody Parks and Recreation Director Brent Walker is leaving to take on the same role in Sandy Springs, replacing reti...
12/01/2023

Dunwoody Parks and Recreation Director Brent Walker is leaving to take on the same role in Sandy Springs, replacing retiring director Michael Perry.

Dunwoody Parks and Recreation Director Brent Walker is leaving to take on the same role in Sandy Springs, replacing retiring director Michael Perry.

UPDATE: This has been moved to Dec. 5 due to inclement weather!
12/01/2023

UPDATE: This has been moved to Dec. 5 due to inclement weather!

The festivities at City Springs begin with the opening of Sparkle Wonderland, Sparkle Village, Skate City Springs, and the gift market and food trucks at 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 3.

Jewelry Artisans, located in Ashford Lane at 4500 Olde Perimeter Way, was founded in 1973 by David Geller, a thirteenth-...
11/29/2023

Jewelry Artisans, located in Ashford Lane at 4500 Olde Perimeter Way, was founded in 1973 by David Geller, a thirteenth-generation jeweler, who left his family business to strike out on his own.

Jewelry Artisans, located in Ashford Lane at 4500 Olde Perimeter Way, was founded in 1973 by David Geller, a thirteenth-generation jeweler, who left his family business to strike out on

The Center for Digital Government has named Dunwoody a top-10 winner city in the annual Digital Cities Survey, which has...
11/29/2023

The Center for Digital Government has named Dunwoody a top-10 winner city in the annual Digital Cities Survey, which has recognized municipalities using technology to strengthen cybersecurity and enhance transparency for 23 years.

The Center for Digital Government has named Dunwoody a top-10 winner city in the annual Digital Cities Survey, which has recognized municipalities using technology to strengthen cybersecurity and enhance transparency

Hundreds gathered at the Shops of Dunwoody to partake in this year’s Light Up Dunwoody celebration, which lasted from 2 ...
11/27/2023

Hundreds gathered at the Shops of Dunwoody to partake in this year’s Light Up Dunwoody celebration, which lasted from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Nov. 19.

Hundreds gathered at the Shops of Dunwoody to partake in this year’s Light Up Dunwoody celebration, which lasted from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Nov. 19.

During the Dunwoody Development Authority’s final meeting of the year Nov. 16, members dialed in on Create Dunwoody, a n...
11/21/2023

During the Dunwoody Development Authority’s final meeting of the year Nov. 16, members dialed in on Create Dunwoody, a nonprofit dedicated to fostering a thriving arts scene in the city.

During the Dunwoody Development Authority’s final meeting of the year Nov. 16, members dialed in on Create Dunwoody, a nonprofit dedicated to fostering a thriving arts scene in the city.

It’s easier than ever for electric vehicle drivers to find chargers in Dunwoody, after the city replaced three electric ...
11/20/2023

It’s easier than ever for electric vehicle drivers to find chargers in Dunwoody, after the city replaced three electric vehicle charging stations and added 10 more to meet growing demand.

It’s easier than ever for electric vehicle drivers to find chargers in Dunwoody, after the city replaced three electric vehicle charging stations and added 10 more to meet growing demand.

Residents took to the microphone Nov. 13 to tell the Dunwoody City Council that lack of communication helped doom a bond...
11/16/2023

Residents took to the microphone Nov. 13 to tell the Dunwoody City Council that lack of communication helped doom a bond referendum on the Nov. 7 ballot.

Residents took to the microphone Nov. 13 to tell the Dunwoody City Council that lack of communication helped doom a bond referendum on the Nov. 7 ballot.

North Metro Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT), a multi-jurisdiction tactical team, provides safety and protection throu...
11/15/2023

North Metro Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT), a multi-jurisdiction tactical team, provides safety and protection throughout a large five-city community.

North Metro Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT), a multi-jurisdiction tactical team, provides safety and protection throughout a large five-city community.

The Dunwoody High School varsity football team clinched its first playoff berth in 14 years with a 4-2 record against Re...
11/15/2023

The Dunwoody High School varsity football team clinched its first playoff berth in 14 years with a 4-2 record against Region 4 opponents in Class 6A this year.

The Dunwoody High School varsity football team clinched its first playoff berth in 14 years with a 4-2 record against Region 4 opponents in Class 6A this year.

As local governments across Georgia struggle with slow ambulance response times, Dunwoody Mayor Lynn Deutsch seeks to fo...
11/14/2023

As local governments across Georgia struggle with slow ambulance response times, Dunwoody Mayor Lynn Deutsch seeks to focus on addressing the spillover effect from the COVID-19 pandemic.

As local governments across Georgia struggle with slow ambulance response times, Dunwoody Mayor Lynn Deutsch seeks to focus on addressing the spillover effect from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dunwoody may be in a tight spot, especially after voters rejected a $60 million bond Nov. 7. Appen Media and the Crier w...
11/10/2023

Dunwoody may be in a tight spot, especially after voters rejected a $60 million bond Nov. 7. Appen Media and the Crier will be exploring the city's finances and wants the community's help to do it.

Dunwoody may be in a tight spot, especially after voters rejected a $60 million bond Nov. 7. Appen Media and the Crier will be exploring the city's finances and wants

Election Results: Incumbents Harris and Seconder have defeated challengers and Dunwoody’s general obligation bond refere...
11/08/2023

Election Results: Incumbents Harris and Seconder have defeated challengers and Dunwoody’s general obligation bond referendum fails.

As polls closed and election results began to trickle in, it looks like the Dunwoody City Council will look the same next year.

11/06/2023

To Our Friends in the Dunwoody Community,

Some of you have noticed that the “no bond” committee has been using an image of the Cheek Spruill House, a property owned by Dunwoody Preservation Trust, on their promotional materials related to the park bond referendum. That image is the exclusive trademark and copyright of Dunwoody Preservation Trust.

We have requested that the “no bond” committee cease use of our image, but they have not done so. We want to set the record straight and assure you that DPT is in no way connected to this committee and is nonpartisan in this and all other political matters.

We encourage you to vote in the election on November 7, 2023. You may find out more about the City of Dunwoody Bond Referendum here: https://www.dunwoodyga.gov/government/bond-referendum

Thank you,

Dunwoody Preservation Trust

“Shall the City of Dunwoody, Georgia (the “City”) issue general obligation bonds in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $60,000,000 for the purpose of financing (a) the acquisition, construction, installation, improvement and equipping of (i) parks and recreational areas, (ii) greenspa...

The third phase of the Green Light Project is complete with new designs installed on five traffic signals, which capped ...
11/06/2023

The third phase of the Green Light Project is complete with new designs installed on five traffic signals, which capped off Dunwoody Arts & Culture Month Oct. 31.

The third phase of the Green Light Project is complete with new designs installed on five traffic signals, which capped off Dunwoody Arts & Culture Month Oct. 31.

The City Council met Oct. 30 to hear a second reading of the 2024 budget and a presentation of a study on the Dunwoody P...
11/03/2023

The City Council met Oct. 30 to hear a second reading of the 2024 budget and a presentation of a study on the Dunwoody Police Department, conducted by BerryDunn.

The City Council met Oct. 30 to hear a second reading of the 2024 budget and a presentation of a study on the Dunwoody Police Department, conducted by BerryDunn.

The City of Dunwoody invites residents to participate in a community-wide event designed to keep streams and storm drain...
11/03/2023

The City of Dunwoody invites residents to participate in a community-wide event designed to keep streams and storm drains clean by removing trash and debris from public areas.

Registration for the annual Nov. 4 is open to volunteers who want to keep their community beautiful.

"In 2008, the city founders promised to 'keep taxes low and be good stewards of your tax dollars.' This Bond is a violat...
11/01/2023

"In 2008, the city founders promised to 'keep taxes low and be good stewards of your tax dollars.' This Bond is a violation of that promise," writes former mayor Denny Shortal.

Here are three more letters written to the Crier, taking sides on Dunwoody's $60 million proposed parks bond. Authors include two former members of the city council and a longtime

Dunwoody High School’s girls flag football team has high expectations in its fourth season.
11/01/2023

Dunwoody High School’s girls flag football team has high expectations in its fourth season.

Dunwoody High School’s girls flag football team has high expectations in its fourth season.

Advanced voting in DeKalb County ends Nov. 3. Dunwoody voters can cast their ballots at any of the 13 early voting locat...
10/31/2023

Advanced voting in DeKalb County ends Nov. 3. Dunwoody voters can cast their ballots at any of the 13 early voting locations in DeKalb County, but the closest may be the Dunwoody Library on Chamblee Dunwoody Road.

Here are three more letters written to the Crier, taking sides on Dunwoody's $60 million proposed parks bond. Authors include two former members of the city council and a longtime

Over the next few weeks, Dunwoody residents will decide whether the city should float $60 million in bonds to pay for up...
10/25/2023

Over the next few weeks, Dunwoody residents will decide whether the city should float $60 million in bonds to pay for upgrades and expansion of the park system.

As Dunwoody considers floating $60 million in bonds, residents have heard from both sides. Now it's time for them to speak. Here are four letters written to The Crier from

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