City of Dunwoody Transparency

The City of Dunwoody is committed to providing the public with as much information as possible to promote accountability and trust in government. Transparent Dunwoody is designed to make this information accessible to the public in a central location and provide a launching pad for future transparency efforts.

Introducing: Open Dunwoody

More than 150 governments in 30 states use OpenGov to access, analyze, and share financial data. OpenGov's web-based platform empowers senior executives to see trends, drill down to transaction-level details, and compare actual spending to the budget. It also enables governments to share the financial data with elected officials and the public to improve communication and build trust.

2015 City Budget

The city's budget allocates the city's annual resources to provide services based on organizational and community priorities. The budget period is the city's calendar year which begins January 1st and ends December 31st. The City of Dunwoody Fiscal Year (FY) 2015 Budget was approved by City Council in December of 2014. We encourage the feedback and involvement of citizens throughout the budget process to aid in the development of a fiscal plan which meets the needs of the City of Dunwoody.

City Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

The City of Dunwoody is committed to providing the highest quality services to the citizens of our community. In an effort to sustain our service levels, strive for excellence, and push for continued improvement, the City established Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) for each of our main government service contracts. The initiative touches all departments, establishing goals for performance tied to their core competencies and workload measures to monitor activity levels. Performance measures focus on efficiency and effectiveness such as speed and accuracy in paying invoices or issuing permits. Workload measures track activity level such as number of pot holes filled or sets of plans reviewed.