A-Z List of Services

This City of Sandy Springs’ Shortlist of Services, an alphabetized City resource directory, is specially designed to get information into your hands in an accessible, user-friendly format. We hope it helps point you in the right direction!

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

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Abernathy Greenway Linear Park

The forthcoming Abernathy Greenway Linear Park will alongside Abernathy Road and feature a plaza, patio, gardens, lighted trails, and playable Art. More information about the construction of the park can be found on the Park's Capital Improvement Project Page.

Abernathy Park

254 Johnson Ferry Road
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328
404-303-6172

Tennis courts, playground, picnic tables

Recreation and Parks Department - Parks and Facilities

Alcohol Licenses

Alcohol licenses are obtained through the City of Sandy Springs Revenue Department. Applicants can visit the department at City Hall, 7840 Roswell Road, Building 500. The Revenue Division is located on the west side of the building; please use the entrance near the signs for “City Council Chambers.” For more information or assistance, please call 770-730-5600 or view Alcohol License page.

Allen Road Park

5900 Lake Forest Drive at Allen Road
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30328

Playground, multipurpose court, walking trail, basketball court

Soccer in the Streets Program

Recreation and Parks Department - Parks and Facilities

Animal Control

The City of Sandy Springs contracts with Fulton County Animal Services. Fulton County Animal Services is managed by Barking Hound Village Foundation, Inc. Visit http://www.fultonanimalservices.com/ or call 404-613-0358 for further information.

Arborist

The City of Sandy Springs employs a full-time arborist that enforces the Tree Conservation Ordinance and can provide citizens with guidance on tree removal requirements in the City of Sandy Springs. To reach the arborist, please call 770.730.5600.

Arts Center (Abernathy Arts Center)

254 Johnson Ferry Road. Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Abernathy Arts Center is located within the City of Sandy Springs and offers programming for both adults and children. Please call 404-613-6172 for more information.

ArtSandySprings

ArtSandySprings (ArtSS) is a volunteer organization dedicated to supporting the arts in Sandy Springs, Georgia.

The purpose of ArtSandySprings is to identify, unite, and motivate the volunteer community in order to elevate the arts in Sandy Springs, thereby enriching the quality of life for all Sandy Springs residents and visitors.

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Big Trees Forest Preserve (John Ripley Forbes Big Trees Forest Preserve)

7645 Roswell Road
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30350
http://www.bigtreesforest.com/

John Ripley Forbes Big Trees Forest Preserve is a unique, 30-acre Sandy Springs Forest Preserve that offers more than 1.5 miles of walking trails. To contact Big Trees, please call 770- 673-0111.

Recreation and Parks Department - Parks and Facilities

Board of Appeals

The Board of Appeals (BOA) is charged with hearing requests for variances from regulations of the Zoning Ordinance. The board bases decisions on the merits of applications with strict adherence to specific factors.

Building and Development Division

Building permits and all related permits are obtained through the Building and Development Division of the Sandy Springs Department of Community Development. Applicants should visit the department at City Hall, 7840 Roswell Road, Building 500. For more information or assistance, please call 770-730-5600.

Bus Information

Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) bus and rail service is available in the City of Sandy Springs. Please visit www.itsmarta.com to access schedules, route maps and fare information.

Business District, Downtown

Please see Downtown Business District

Business Licenses

Please see Business Occupational Tax Certificates

Business Occupational Tax Certificates

New or renewal business occupational tax certificates in Sandy Springs are obtained through the City of Sandy Springs Revenue Department. Applicants should visit the department at City Hall, 7840 Roswell Road, Building 500. The Revenue Division is located on the west side of the building; please use the entrance near the signs for “City Council Chambers.” For more information or assistance, please call 770-730-5600 or visit the Revenue page.

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Call Center

Please see Citizen Response Center

Certificates of Occupancy

All occupancies of both residential and commercial structures require a valid Certificate of Occupancy (CO). A final inspection memo or sign off from the Fire Marshall’s office is not sufficient to occupy a commercial building or space, including tenant finishes. Please be advised that requests for COs must be made at the offices of the Community Development Department and may require up to one week to complete. Applicants should visit City Hall, 7840 Roswell Road, Building 500. For more information or assistance, please call 770-730-5600 or visit the Revenue page.

Children’s Healthcare at Scottish Rite

Children’s Healthcare at Scottish Rite is located at 1001 Johnson Ferry Road NE, and the main hospital phone number is 404-785-5252. Please visit www.choa.org to learn more.

Citizen Response Center

The Citizen Response Center can be reached by calling 770-730-5600. By dialing this main telephone number, residents can reach all City departments and report problems such as litter or graffiti, non-functioning street signals or potholes in City streets. Calls are answered from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. EST, Monday- Friday by staff and after hours by an answering service.For more information, visit the Citizen Response Center page.

City Council

The City of Sandy Springs is run by Mayor Eva Galambos and six City Council Members, all of whom will be elected every four years beginning on November 8, 2005, the date of the first election.

The City of Sandy Springs is divided into six council districts. For a map, click here. They are represented by:

  • District 1 John Paulson

  • District 2 Ken Dishman

  • District 3 Graham McDonald

  • District 4 Gabriel Sterling

  • District 5 Tibby DeJulio

  • Distrcit 6 Andy Bauman

For more information including contact information and a list of upcoming council meetings, visit the City Council page.

City Council Meetings

City Council meetings are held on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at 6 p.m. at City Hall, 7840 Roswell Road, Suite 500. Meetings take place in the Council Chambers, located on the southwest side of the building, and are open to all interested members of the public. For more information or directions, please call 770-730-5600. An up-to-date City Council meeting calendar can be accessed here.

City Hall

Sandy Springs City Hall is located at the Morgan Falls Office Park, 7840 Roswell Road, Building 500, Sandy Springs, GA 30350. 

City Limits

The City of Sandy Springs limits are the city of Atlanta to the south, the Chattahoochee River to the north and west and DeKalb County to the east. Sandy Springs is within Fulton County only. Sandy Springs zip codes include 30328, 30342, 30350, 30327 and 30339.

Code Enforcement

The goal of the City of Sandy Springs Code Enforcement Division of the Community Development Department is to ensure property maintenance and land use compliance. Resident reports of code enforcement violations help City staff respond to code violations, such as illegal dumping and accumulation of debris and trash in front yards.

Court Services

The Municipal Court of the City of Sandy Springs, Georgia is located at 7840 Roswell Road, Bldg. 500, Sandy Springs, GA 30350. For more inforation call 770-730-5600 or visit the Court Services page.

Customer Service

Please see Citizen Response Center

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Dead Animal Removal

To report a dead animal in the right of way within the City of Sandy Springs, please contact the Public Works Department at 770-730-5600.

Debris

Yards should not contain trash and debris. For more information, visit the Code Enforcement page. To report trash and debris in yards, or any other code violation, call 770-730-5600.

Demolition Permit

A demolition permit is required before the destruction of any structure. To obtain a permit, please visit the permitting office at City Hall, 7840 Roswell Road, Building 500. Please use the entrance marked “Community Development” on the south side of the building.

View Demolition Permit forms.

Demonstrations (Picketing)

To hold a public demonstration in the City of Sandy Springs, a Special Event Permit Application must be submitted. The application should be submitted to the City at least 60 days prior to the proposed event. For more information about holding your special event in the City of Sandy Springs, please call 770-730-5600 or visit the Revenue page.

Design Review Board

The Sandy Springs Design Review Board (DRB) is an advisory board that reviews applications for building and development based on their aesthetic, architectural and design merits with respect to the standards of the Sandy Springs Overlay District.

Digging (Private Property)

Before beginning any digging, please visit the Permitting office, located within Community Development at City Hall, 7840 Roswell Road, Building 500.

Dog Parks

The City has opened its first off-leash dog park at the end of Morgan Falls Road on the river. However, most City of Sandy Springs parks allow dogs if they are leashed and owners clean up after their pets. Click here for a listing of all the City of Sandy Springs parks.

Downtown Business District

The Downtown Business District in the City of Sandy Springs is centered on the intersection of Hammond Drive and Roswell Road and extends along the Roswell Road corridor. Through redevelopment, the area is becoming a more vital live-work environment with improved pedestrian capabilities and upscale retail shops and restaurants.

Driver’s Licenses

The Georgia Department of Driver Services issues driver’s licenses for all residents of the state. For information on driver services, please call 770-551-7371 or 678-413-8400 or visit http://www.dds.ga.gov/.

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Education

Sandy Springs residents attend public schools within the Fulton County School system. Sandy Springs is served by four public elementary schools, two public middle schools, and two public high schools. In addition, the residents of Sandy Springs have easy access to 41 private schools in the Metro Atlanta area. For more information about public schools in Sandy Springs, please visit www.fultonschools.org.

Emergency Services

The City of Sandy Springs has its own police and fire departments, both launched in 2006. For more information on the departments, please visit the Emergency Services page. In the case of an emergency, call 911.

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Facilities Rental

The gardens and historic location of the Williams-Payne House make an ideal setting for weddings and special occasions and create a welcoming atmosphere for meetings and planning retreats. Reasonable rental fees, convenient location, free parking and personalized assistance keeps everything simple and enjoyable. Rental fees help support the Historic Site and the numerous programs and events for which it serves as venue. For more information, please call 404-851-9111.

Fence Permit

A permit must be obtained before a fence is constructed on property within the City. Please visit the Permitting office, located within Community Development at City Hall, 7840 Roswell Road, Building 500. Fence Permit forms are available here.

Festival (Sandy Springs)

Please see Sandy Springs Festival

Fire Department

The Sandy Springs Fire Rescue Department was launched on December. 29, 2006 with a focus on emergency medical response. For more information, visit the Fire Rescue Department page.

Fire Stations

There are four fire stations that serve the City of Sandy Springs. Stations are numbered 1-4, with Station 1 being the northernmost and 4 being the southernmost station. Station addresses are as follows; residents are welcome to visit staff at any station.

  • Station 1: 1425 Spalding Drive

  • Station 2: 135 Johnson Ferry Road

  • Stations 3: 6025 Raiders Drive

  • Station 4: 4697 Wieuca Road

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Garage Sales

Garage sales do not require permits.

Garbage

The City of Sandy Springs does not provide trash collection services for residents. Residents must contract with private collection services for garbage pick up. Visit the Approved Waste Haulers page.

Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT)

www.dot.state.ga.us

Graffiti

Graffiti is not acceptable and will not be tolerated anywhere within the City of Sandy Springs limits. You can report graffiti to the City online or over the telephone at 770-730-5600.

Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce

The mission of the Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce is to promote and maintain a positive environment in which both new and existing businesses can thrive. To learn more, visit www.gnfcc.com.

Greenspace

The Sandy Springs Conservancy works to protect greenspace. For more information, please call the Conservancy at 770-393-1993 or visit www.sandyspringsconservancy.org.

Grounds Maintenance

The goal of the City of Sandy Springs Code Enforcement Division of the Community Development Department is to ensure property maintenance and land use compliance. Resident reports of code enforcement violations help City staff respond to code violations, such as illegal dumping and accumulation of debris and trash in front yards. A list of common code violations and frequently asked questions can be found at on the Code Enforcement page. Code violations can be reported via the Code Enforcement page or by phone at 770-730-5600.

Gymnasium (Hammond Park)

Hammond Park is home to the City’s free-standing gymnasium, located at 705 Hammond Drive. City-managed athletic programs for adults and youth take place at the gymnasium. Please visit the Recreation and Parks page for information about programs.

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Hammond Park

Hammond Park, at 705 Hammond Drive (at Glenridge) features lighted tennis courts, a gymnasium and two playgrounds. Many programs administered by the City, such as gymnastics programs, take place at Hammond Park. Please call 404-252-6310 (office) or 404-705-9154 (gymnasium) for hours and information about programs, or visit the Recreation and Parks page.

Haulers, Solid Waste

Please see Garbage

Heritage Sandy Springs

Heritage Sandy Springs (HSS) is a non-profit organization that preserves and promotes the historical and cultural identity of Sandy Springs through programs for people of all ages. For more information call 404-851-9111 or visit the HSS website at www.heritagesandysprings.org.

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Illegally Parked Vehicles

All vehicles in the City of Sandy Springs are required to be parked on all-weather surfaces. The City’s Division of Code Enforcement will issue citations for cars illegally parked on grass or other unsuitable surfaces. A list of common code violations and frequently asked questions can be found at on the Code Enforcement page. Code violations can be reported via the Code Enforcement page or by phone at 770-730-5600.

Inspections, Building

Please call 770-730-5600 or access an inspection form on the Community Development page.

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Junk Vehicles

Any vehicle missing one of the following is considered a junk or salvaged vehicle: current registration, license plate with current decal, proof of liability insurance or drive train component. To report junk vehicles or any other code violations, please call 770-730-5600. A list of common code violations and frequently asked questions can be found at on the Code Enforcement page. Code violations can be reported via the Code Enforcement page or by phone at 770-730-5600.

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Keep Sandy Springs/North Fulton Beautiful

Keep Sandy Springs/North Fulton Beautiful, Inc. is dedicated to educating, influencing, and activating the community in the beautification, conservation and preservation of the environment. For more information, please visit www.keepnorthfultonbeautiful.org or call 770-551-7766.

Key Performance Indicator Reports

The City of Sandy Springs now uses key performance indicators to assess our customer service and responsiveness.

View Key Performance Indicator Archive

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Leadership Sandy Springs

Leadership Sandy Springs (LSS) was founded in 1986 to identify leadership potential in our community and rally those individuals for community action and improvement. Originally sponsored by the Sandy Springs Chamber of Commerce, it is now a separately chartered non-profit organization governed by its own Board of Trustees. Visit www.leadershipsandysprings.org to learn more or call 404-256-9091.

Leash Laws

Please see Dog Parks

Library

The Sandy Springs Regional Library, an Atlanta-Fulton County library, is located at 395 Mount Vernon Highway. For more information, please call 404-303-6130. Hours of operation are as follows:

  • Mon, Tue, Wed: 10 a.m.- 8 p.m.

  • Thu, Fri, Sat: 10 a.m.- 6 p.m.

  • Sun: 2-6 p.m.

Licenses, Alcohol

Please see Alcohol Licenses

Licenses, Business

Please see Business Occupational Tax Certificates

Licenses, Liquor

Please see Alcohol Licenses

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MARTA (Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority)

Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) bus and rail service is available in the City of Sandy Springs. For more information, please visit www.itsmarta.com.

Mayor

The Mayor of the City of Sandy Springs is Eva Galambos, PhD. For more information, visit the Mayor's page.

Morgan Falls Parks

Morgan Falls Athletic Park is located at 450 Morgan Falls Road in Sandy Springs just east of Roswell Road.

Athletic Park Facilities:

  • 5 Youth Baseball Fields (Lighted)
  • 2 T-ball Fields (Lighted)
  • 2 Football Fields (Lighted)
  • Picnic Shelter
  • 2 Playgrounds (1 Handicapped Accessible)
  • Cates Stadium
  • Concession/Restroom Building

Morgan Falls Overlook Park is located at 200 Morgan Falls Road in Sandy Springs past the Athletic Park.

Overlook Park Facilities:

  • Picnic Pavilions
  • Children's Playground
  • Boat Dock/Fishing Pier
  • Hiking Trail
  • Fire Pit
  • Porch Swings
  • Scenic Views
  • Restrooms

Recreation and Parks Department - Parks and Facilities

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Noise Ordinance

View the City of Sandy Springs Noise Ordinance. Please call 770-730-5600 to report a suspected violation of this ordinance.

Northside Hospital

Northside Hospital sees 300,000 patients annually and is located within the City limits. The main hospital phone number is 404-851-5000. If you are looking for a patient who is currently in the hospital, please call Patient Information at: 404-851-8785. Please visit the hospital website at www.northside.com.

Nuisance Issues

Residents are encouraged to call 770-730-5600 to report nuisances such as code violations, junk vehicles, noise disturbances and yard debris. A list of common code violations and frequently asked questions can be found at on the Code Enforcement page. Code violations can be reported via the Code Enforcement page or by phone at 770-730-5600.

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Off-Leash Areas

Please see Dog Parks

Open Containers

It is prohibited for customers to leave the premises of businesses with alcoholic beverage licenses with open beverages that have been purchased such as recorked bottles of wine etc. It is also prohibited for customers to gather outside an alcoholic beverage establishment and consume alcoholic beverages. Managers should not allow such activity.

Ordinance, Noise

Please see Noise Ordinance

Ordinance, Zoning

(Please see Zoning Ordinance)

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Parades (routes and regulations)

For information about routes and regulations for parades held in the City of Sandy Springs or to obtain a Special Event Application, please call 770-730-5600 or visit the Community Development page.

Parked Vehicles

Please see Illegally Parked Vehicles

Parks

Recreation and Parks is responsible for maintaining parks and providing recreation programming in Sandy Springs. There are a total of 12 parks and greenspace areas within Sandy Springs, three of which provide recreational facilities. To contact Recreation & Parks administrative offices, please call 404-252-6310. For more information, visit the Recreation and Parks page.

Permits, Building

Please see Building Permits

Picketing

Please see Demonstrations

Planning and Zoning Division

The Planning and Zoning Division is committed to achieving a livable City by maintaining and enhancing the quality of life for residents. The division works to achieve these goals through its management of Comprehensive Land Use Planning, review of zoning applications and procedures and implementing policy by ensuring compliance with the Zoning Ordinance and Comprehensive Plan in partnership with the commission and boards. Please see the staff of the Planning and Zoning Division to discuss rezoning cases, variances, signage, zoning or any material contained in the Zoning Ordinance. Planning and zoning staff are located at City Hall, 7840 Roswell Road, Building 500.

Plat Checklist

A checklist for platting of real property is available on the Forms page.

Police Department

Visit the Sandy Springs Police Department page.

Pool Permits

Permits are required for all pool installations. Applicants can download the application form on the Forms page.

Potholes

To report potholes or other road problems, please call 770-730-5600.

Property Taxes

All properties in the City of Sandy Springs pay property taxes to Fulton County, the Fulton County School System and the City of Sandy Springs. Property tax bills will continue to come from the Fulton County Tax Commissioner’s Office.

Public Demonstrations

Please see Demonstrations

Public Library

Please see Library

Public Schools

Please see Education

Public Transportation

Please See MARTA

Public Works

The Public Works Department is responsible for the street transportation system which includes road and right of way maintenance, traffic engineering, transportation planning and capital improvement implementation. Public works also contributes to the Morgan Falls Recycling Center and will implement a franchise system for private waste management services in Sandy Springs. To ensure prompt response to reports from residents, the Public Works Department has a Citizen Response Coordinator whose responsibility it is to administer all citizen responders in the area of Public Works.

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Recreation and Parks Department

Recreation and Parks is responsible for maintaining parks and providing recreation programming in Sandy Springs. There are a total of eleven parks and green space areas within Sandy Springs, three of which provide recreational facilities. To contact Recreation & Parks administrative offices, please call 404-252-6310.

Recycling

Recycling services are available at the Morgan Falls Recycle Center. Contact Keep Sandy Springs North Fulton Beautiful, 770-551-7766 or visit www.keepnorthfultonbeautiful.org for further information.

Ridgeview Park

5200 South Trimble Road
Sandy Springs, Georgia 30342

Nature trails, picnic pavilion, playground

Recreation and Parks Department - Parks and Facilities

Road Repair

Road repair within City limits is handled by the Sandy Springs Public Works Department. If you would like to report an area of roadway that is in need of repair, please call 770-730-5600. A citizen responder in Public Works will intake your request.

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Salvaged Vehicles

Any vehicle missing one of the following is considered a junk or salvaged vehicle: current registration, license plate with current decal, proof of liability insurance or drive train component. To report junk vehicles or any other code violations, please call 770-730-5600. A list of common code violations and frequently asked questions can be found at on the Code Enforcement page. Code violations can be reported via the Code Enforcement page or by phone at 770-730-5600.

Sandy Springs Civic Roundtable

Sandy Springs Civic Roundtable is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that brings together leaders representing the many civic groups, neighborhood associations, government representatives and businesses in the City. For more information on the Roundtable, please call 404-843-3119.

Sandy Springs Conservancy

The Sandy Springs Conservancy was established in 2001 as a grass-roots effort by concerned residents to preserve greenspace in Sandy Springs.

383 Morgan Falls Road
Sandy Springs, Georgia

770-393-1993

Sandy Springs Perimeter Chamber of Commerce

The Sandy Springs Perimeter Chamber of Commerce addresses issues that are vital to the success of businesses and the quality of life in Sandy Springs. Sandy Springs Perimeter Chamber of Commerce's Web site, www.sandyspringsperimeterchamber.com.

Sandy Springs Society

The Sandy Springs Society is a Philanthropic Organization dedicated to the Needs of the Sandy Springs Community. From its incorporation in 1988, the Sandy Springs Society has grown into the largest single philanthropic agency in Sandy Springs. Through its outreach, the Society improves the quality of life for residents of all ages in Sandy Springs. For more information, contact: The Sandy Springs Society, P.O. Box 720074, Atlanta, Georgia 30358 or visit www.sandyspringssociety.org.

Sandy Springs Tennis Center

The Sandy Springs Tennis Center, located at 500 Abernathy Road in the City of Sandy Springs, has 24 lighted courts and offers lessons for players of all levels and backgrounds. For more information, please contact the center at 404-303-6182 or visit the Recreation and Parks page.

Schools

Please see Education

Sign Permits

Sign permits are required for most of the signs in the City of Sandy Springs, both permanent and temporary. Permits are obtained through the Planning and Zoning Division of the Sandy Springs Department of Community Development . For more information or assistance, please call the Citizen Call Center at 770-730-5600.

Solid Waste

Please see Garbage

Special Event Permits

In order to hold a public demonstration in the City of Sandy Springs, a Special Event Permit Application must be submitted.

Storage Violations

Community Development’s Code Enforcement Division is responsible for issuing citations for code violations such as improper storage. If you would like to report storage violations or find out if what you are planning is permissible, please call 770-730-5600.

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Taxi-cab Licenses

Taxi-cab licenses in the City of Sandy Springs are obtained through the Fulton County Tax Commissioner's Office. Taxi-cab license service is available at the Fulton County Business Tax Office, 132 Mitchell Street, 3rd floor, Atlanta GA 30303, 404-730-7720.

Tennis Facilities

Please see Sandy Springs Tennis Center

Tornado Siren Locations

There are currently tornado sirens in the following locations:

  • River Valley Road at Bridgewood Valley
  • Riverside Drive at Mt. Vernon Highway
  • Ridgeview Park at South Trimble Road
  • Mt. Vernon Road at Spalding Drive
  • Chaparral Place at Dunwoody Club Drive
  • North Park Place at Mt. Vernon Highway
  • Hammond Park
  • Long Island Drive at Roswell Road
  • Northside Drive at Mt. Vernon Highway
  • 8540 Roswell Road
  • Peachtree Dunwoody Road at Hollis Cobb Circle
  • Morgan Falls Baseball Park


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Trash

Please see Garbage

Tree Ordinance

Sandy Springs has implemented a tree ordinance, which includes planting and maintenance specifications.

Trees, Fallen

To report fallen trees, or to request a consultation with the arborist to discuss potential danger of trees falling, please call 770-730-5600.

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Vehicles, Illegally Parked

Please see Illegally Parked Vehicles

Vehicles, Junk

Please see Junk Vehicles

Voting

The Fulton County Voter Registration Office, 404-730-7072, handles voter registration for all Fulton County residents regardless of the city or unincorporated area where you reside. You must be registered to vote in an election and must be registered as a resident within the area in which you intend to vote. In addition, you must be registered 29 days prior to the election date.

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Walking Trails

Located at 7645 Roswell Road, John Ripley Forbes Big Trees Forest Preserve is a unique, 30-acre preserve that offers more than 1.5 miles of walking trails. A ¼ mile walking trail is accessible to the public at Hammond Park, 705 Hammond Drive at Glenridge. Also, the Sandy Springs Tennis Center, located at 500 Abernathy Road, has an on-site public walking trail. Additionally our national parks have trails. For more information, visit the Recreation and Parks page.

Waste Pickup

Please see Garbage

Williams-Payne House

The historic Williams-Payne House is located within the City limits, just off of Roswell Road on the Heritage Sandy Springs (HSS) property. The house and property can be rented for special events, such as weddings. For more information, please visit the HSS Web site at www.heritagesandysprings.org, call 404-851-9111 or email information@heritagesandysprings.org.

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Yard Maintenance

The City of Sandy Springs Code Enforcement Division strictly states that yards should not contain trash and debris. To report trash and debris in yards, or any other code violation, call 770-730-5600. A list of common code violations and frequently asked questions can be found at on the Code Enforcement page. Code violations can be reported via the Code Enforcement page or by phone at 770-730-5600.

Yard Sales

Please see Garage Sales

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Zip Codes

The three zip codes associated with the City of Sandy Springs are 30328, 30350, 30342, 30327. The Post Office recognizes Sandy Springs as the City name in your address.

Zoning

Contact the Zoning Office by calling 770-730-5600 for zoning information, applications, and agendas.

Zoning Districts

In the City of Sandy Springs, there are several residential districts which allow various forms and densities of residential development, and commercial districts, which limit the type and form of commercial uses. Zoning District map

Zoning Ordinance

The City of Sandy Springs Zoning Ordinance regulates the use of land in the City of Sandy Springs. The ordinance is maintained and enforced by the Planning and Zoning Division of the Community Development Department and is an important document for property owners and builders to review.