The City's Sidewalk Improvement Policy was created to provide a objective, consistent method to prioritize sidewalk projects.

Sidewalks constructed as part of the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) follow the Sidewalk Master Plan and focus on overall mobility needs. With new construction, developers install sidewalks or provide funding as required by the City’s development regulations and impact fee ordinance. The neighborhood sidewalk program is a way to partner with the neighborhoods to provide primarily recreational and amenity features to local residential streets.

Neighborhood Sidewalk Program

March 15, 2022: Mayor and City Council Documents

 Capital Sidewalk Program Presentation


Information on the Capital Sidewalk Program can be found in the link above for the Capital Sidewalk Program Presentation. The Fiscal Year 2022 project list for Capital Sidewalk Program list was set at the March 15, 2022 Mayor and Council meeting. The top $12M in projects will be advanced by the TSPLOST 2021 program.


Requests for additional segments to be scored in the future can be made by notifying the City’s Public Works Customer Service representatives by calling 770-730-5600.


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Press Release

“Tree Cities of the World” Recognition

Thursday, April 21
The City earned the "Tree Cities of the World" recognition for the third year in a row. According to a tree canopy assessment performed using imagery from the 2019 U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agriculture Imagery Program, Sandy Springs is 57% to 60% tree covered.
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Volunteer Opportunities

Thursday, February 10
Create City Springs is looking to add to our staff of volunteers and is seeking those who wish to become part of our great customer experience team.
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