Progress on three new parks in the City of Dunwoody has started with the demolition of old buildings to make way for more greenspace and other amenities, according to a press release.
City officials held a ribbon-cutting last week at Brook Run Park to celebrate the new amphitheater, sports fields and covered pavilion.
Dunwoody’s Mayor and City Council recently marked the official opening of the new amphitheater, multi-sports fields and pavilion at Brook Run Park, according to a news release. Because of the pandemic, they met in small groups to keep a safe social distance during a series of ribbon cuttings at the park.
DeKalb County and three more local cities — Avondale Estates, Doraville and Dunwoody — have now adopted ordinances mandating the use of face coverings in public.
The city of Dunwoody Economic Development Department is encouraging local restaurants to add or expand outdoor dining with the painted picnic table project. The move is designed to make it easier for restaurants to meet social distancing requirements designed to protect against COVID-19.
The City of Dunwoody is encouraging the community to “Light the Way” to celebrate the Class of 2020 on the evening of Monday, June 15, which is the night before Dunwoody High School’s virtual graduation ceremony.
Dunwoody Municipal Court will reopen and begin holding in-person hearings next Tuesday, officials announced. The city is expanding the number of hearings it holds every week to address a backlog of cases,
“We encourage protesters to stay on the sidewalk and to respect the rights of business and property owners,” the Dunwoody police department tweeted. “We hope that this will be one of many peaceful events that helps bring our community together.”
“The slower we react the fewer businesses are gonna be left for us to support,” Dunwoody Mayor Lynn Deutsch said. “Because once they close their doors it’s gonna be really hard for them to come back.”
The city of Dunwoody is asking residents to take part in a virtual ceremony from their homes on Monday, May 25. The city’s parks department put together a pre-recorded video that honors members of the military who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces.