• ARE YOUR E-911 FEES FLYING AWAY?

    Every time you pay your phone bill, an E-911 fee is included to help pay for costs associated with 911 services. But is that allocation going to Sandy Springs? Download the E-911 information flier to learn more about the issue.

  • PARK SMOKING BAN

    Smoking and the use of other tobacco products, including the use of e cigarettes is no longer permitted at City of Sandy Springs parks. During its June 3, 2014 meeting, the City of Sandy Springs City Council approved an amendment to its Recreation and Parks smoking ordinance, prohibiting smoking and use of tobacco products by anyone using city parks.

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  • WINDSOR PARKWAY PROJECT GRANT

    Gov. Nathan Deal announced the funding approval for 20 transportation infrastructure projects including the Windsor Parkway at Roswell Road realignment project in Sandy Springs. The project will correct the intersection angle and resultant split-phased traffic signals. Added turn lanes will address traffic volumes. The improved alignment will also reduce the potential for traffic accidents at this busy intersection. Learn more and read the Governor’s Office Press Release on the Windsor Parkway Project Page.

  • IS YOUR ALARM REGISTERED?

    Residents and businesses who use a monitored alarm system to protect their buildings must have their alarm system registered with the City. Information regarding the City's alarm ordinance and how to register your alarm can be found at sandyspringsga.gov/alarm.

DEVELOPING OUR CITY CENTER

The City of Sandy Springs is currently in the process of developing it’s City Center. You can learn about the development activities and community events by visiting SandySpringsCityCenter.com.

LATEST NEWS >>>

A Performing Arts Center and Meeting Space Update Presentation was given to the Sandy Springs City Council during a special called meeting on July 23, 2014.

A Public Open House took place on July 24, 2014 in the
Council Chambers at Sandy Springs City Hall

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  • The GA Dept of Transportation has scheduled public meetings to discuss its I-285 at 400 road project. Dates and times for the open houses are as follows:
    August 19 - 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
    August 21 - 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
    August 21 - 5 p.m. to 7 p.m
    All meetings will be held at Dunwoody Baptist Church at 1445 Mt. Vernon Road in Dunwoody. For more information on PIOHs, visit www.dot.ga.gov.



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