In January, we posted about three bills that threatened to affect Dunwoody's viability in the future. One of these bills, HB 302 , would restrict any county or municipality from setting or enforcing building codes beyond what is established at the state level. This bill now has a companion bill, HB 937 and is proceeding through the committee process. While State Senator Harrell and State Representative Wilensky promised to oppose this bill, it will move forward in the legislative process tomorrow (February 26) at 8 AM. It is expected that it will proceed to the Rules Committee at 9 AM that same day. Some local elected officials dismissed this bill, its potential impact, and the probability of it being passed; the bill still has momentum. This bill can severely restrict the abilities of Dunwoody and every other city to set its own building standards Dunwoody incorporated to set zoning and building codes to meet the unique changing needs of the city. All cities shou
The Dunwoody Homeowners Association is a civic advocacy group that amplifies the voice of Dunwoody, GA homeowners. The DHA provides opportunities for civic engagement and informed opinions about growth and change in Dunwoody. The DHA provides public events to develop Dunwoody's culture and improve neighbor interactions.