DUNWOODY, Ga. — The city of Dunwoody has switched up its regular operations in a number of ways until concerns over the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, subside.
Dunwoody Municipal Court operations are on hold for the next two weeks.
Those who have a hearing scheduled for the week of March 16 or the week of March 23, can pay their citation online at municipalonlinepayments.com/dunwoodyga or call the court clerks’ office to reschedule. Court clerks are available at 678-382-6973 weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Upcoming planning, zoning and variance cases have been deferred until May. This applies to cases before the City Council, Planning Commission and Zoning Board of Appeals. All public hearings will be re-advertised and notices will be posted on dunwoodyga.gov.
Meetings and programs at the North Shallowford Annex are suspended until further notice because the building serves as the city’s backup operational facility.
“I want to assure Dunwoody residents that your City Council and city staff are dealing with the challenges presented by COVID-19,” Mayor Lynn Deutsch said in a statement. “Public safety remains our number one priority. Dunwoody’s police chief and city manager are in constant communication with county and state health officials and emergency managers.”