A campaign that spreads positivity and hope amid the coronavirus pandemic has raised $40,000 for local artists, officials said.
During an emergency City Council meeting Friday afternoon conducted via teleconference, officials unanimously voted that gyms, sports clubs and facilities offering close-contact sports must close by Friday night.
The Dunwoody City Council has declared a state of emergency due to the coronavirus outbreak and will meet again soon to discuss additional actions.
In an abundance of caution related to COVID-19, Dunwoody City Hall will be closed to the public until March 30 to protect staff and visitors to the building, according to a press release.
Breweries, microbreweries and liquor distilleries are now allowed in Dunwoody, while visitors to Dunwoody Village are able to carry an alcoholic drink outside.
Plans for a mammoth mixed-use district in the heart of Dunwoody’s Perimeter Center are officially moving from concept to reality.
The City Council on Monday unanimously approved a contract with RedSpeed, a company that installs cameras that automatically flag drivers going more than 10 mph over the speed limit.
The City Council on Monday passed an ordinance that changes Dunwoody’s zoning code to allow for the businesses in certain commercial areas of the northern DeKalb County city.
The Dunwoody Police Department wants to create a “network” of surveillance cameras and license plate readers to help them solve crimes.
The recent cyberattack that targeted Dunwoody’s computer system cost the city at least $80,000, officials estimate..