After spending a year seeking community input and review, the City of Dunwoody is releasing the Edge City 2.0 report, a market-feasible and aspirational vision designed to guide the next chapter for Dunwoody’s portion of Perimeter Center. The final report was presented to the Dunwoody City Council last week and is now available online.
All business leaders are invited to join members of the Perimeter Chamber at Gilly’s the Spot on February 9, 2023, from 5:30 – 7:00pm to enjoy this local neighborhood sports bar and eatery offering awesome food and drinks as well as a great atmosphere to network with other Perimeter leaders.
The Dunwoody community is invited to review a draft of the Dunwoody Trail Master Plan map during a public meeting on February 8 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Dunwoody City Hall. In partnership with the City of Dunwoody, the PATH Foundation will present the plan and discuss trail types, desired destinations, and benefits of trails.
As the Perimeter region expands, so does the need for an inclusive business organization to serve and advocate for its demands. The Perimeter Chamber is ready to take on this challenge and move the entire region forward as they stand by their mission of ‘advancing economic prosperity.’
The City of Dunwoody will receive $7.75 million in federal funding through the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) to support two projects that improve connectivity and safety for pedestrians and cyclists. The grants, which are part of the ARC’s Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), were announced last week.
Dunwoody Parks and Recreation, in partnership with the Dunwoody-Atlanta Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc., recognizes Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a community food drive, blood drive and volunteer service projects.