Board Meetings:

Shallowford Annex

4470 North Shallowford Road Room 2
Dunwoody, GA  30338

The DHA Board meets the first Sunday of the month (exceptions made for major holidays) throughout the year.  

All board meetings are open to the public and visitors are always welcome to participate.

Board Meetings are your opportunity to learn about new projects and initiatives in Dunwoody while they are in their formative stages.  Ask questions, give feedback, and guide the direction of Dunwoody's growth and advocacy.

Learn more about past DHA actions via the Board Meeting Minutes archive.

Watch the Calendar for specific meeting and event dates.

Board meetings are live-streamed via Facebook for those unable to attend and wish to stay up-to-date with the proceedings.

 

Committees

DHA board initiatives are organized by committees.
Board members collect information about various topics and either present the status
at a board meeting, or invite a speaker to engage the public.

Commercial Development

Developers are bringing in plans for everything from hotels in the Perimeter, to recreating neighborhood nodes and the now-popular "mixed use" model.  The Dunwoody Village area is getting a special focus  in 2020 for revitalization

Residential Development

Housing needs are diversifying.  Developers propose new density and configurations on some parcels, while others remain unchanged.

Government

Life for Dunwoody homeowners is affected by legislation at all levels:  City Council, DeKalb County Commission, and the State Legislature.  The DHA keeps track of government actions to develop an informed opinion on legislation so we can advocate for homeowners' best quality of life.

Education

Homeowners equate quality of life with quality of local public schools.  DHA invests in school initiatives, including demanding improvements to facilities, lobbying the school system, and determining what elements of the educational system can be managed locally.

Transportation

Includes mitigation of rush-hour traffic on local streets, MARTA utilization, and I-285 expansion

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