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The Sidewalk Improvement Program was created to provide an objective process to prioritize the City’s sidewalk projects.  The City has identified over 21 miles of future sidewalk improvements and 87 future ADA-compliant sidewalk ramps.  Since 2009, the City has invested nearly $1,000,000 on completing roughly 5.4 miles of new sidewalk infrastructure, making Dunwoody a safer, healthier, and more enjoyable community for all.

For more information on the City's Sidewalk Improvement Policy, including existing and proposed sidewalk maps, please see the links below.


2013 Sidewalks Program


Sidewalk Improvement Policy

Details the purpose, goals and requirements of the sidewalk improvement program. This policy also includes the criteria used to prioritize sidewalk projects.

Existing and Future Sidewalk Map  (updated September 2013)

Shows where the city’s potential sidewalk projects will fit with the existing sidewalk throughout the city.

Prioritized Sidewalk Improvement Plan (updated August 2013) Scores potential sidewalk projects based on the specific criteria listed in the Sidewalk Improvement Policy.



If you have further questions or wish to suggest additional sidewalk segments not already planned, please contact the Public Works Department at 678-382-6850.





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