2/12/2014City Closes Municipal Offices for Thursday, February 13 due to Inclement Weather
City Closes Municipal Offices for Thursday, February 13
Dunwoody, GA February 12, 2014
The City of Dunwoody
municipal offices will be closed for Thursday 13, 2014. The
city urges residents and community members to use extreme caution on
roads and advises motorists to stay off of the roads starting early
Monday evening so crews can prepare for and attend to city streets. For the latest information on
school closings please visit DeKalb County Schools at http://www.dekalb.k12.ga.us/
or WSB-TV website http://www.wsbtv.com/school-closings/search/
for official metro-area school and business closings.
The Public Works department is prepared for the potential rain, snow,
sleet and ice and will continue to monitor precipitation accumulation
and temperatures to help ensure and promote public safety. Public Works
crews will be working in tandem with Dunwoody police to address and
respond to critical needs and emergencies and all city resources,
including salt/sand trucks and snow plows, will be deployed as
The city has prioritized all road-clearing activities and will
employ a primary concentration on the main roads and thoroughfares first
and will monitor needs based on the potential extended duration and
impact of the winter weather event.
City officials ask all
drivers to be prepared for hazardous road conditions and strictly adhere
to all police instructions, road closures and barricades. Regardless
of visible accumulations, bridges and overpasses could be hazardous and
the city may need to close off troubled streets and areas for public
The city’s communications team will
provide regular updates, warnings and road closure information via city
emails and social media outlets to keep residents informed. Please
visit www.dunwoodyga.gov to sign-up for city communications and the Dunwoody Alert Network. For all life threatening emergencies please dial 9-1-1 for help.
All regularly scheduled meetings and municipal court sessions will
be rescheduled for future dates, dependent upon the potential duration
and impact of the winter weather event.