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Sunday, September 10, 2017
Dunwoody City Hall closed Monday September 11, 2017
Due to Hurricane Irma, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has declared a state of emergency for all Georgia counties and closed State offices tomorrow, September 11, 2017.
September 10, 2017 -- Due to Hurricane Irma, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal has declared a state of emergency for all Georgia counties and closed State offices tomorrow, September 11, 2017.
Following the guidance within the Governor's declaration, the City of Dunwoody will close City Hall on Monday, September 11, 2017, with the exception of essential law enforcement positions.
The City of Dunwoody, DeKalb County, and the entire metropolitan Atlanta area is under a tropical storm warning.
As Hurricane Irma moves north, the City of Dunwoody is keeping a close eye on reports from the National Weather Service, the National Hurricane Center and the Georgia Emergency Management Agency to aid in this effort.
The City of Dunwoody has partnered with CodeRED to send critical communications to you by phone, e-mail, and/or text message. Sign up to be alerted about severe weather warnings, evacuation notices, bio-terrorism alerts, boil water notices, and missing child alerts. This service is offered at no charge to Dunwoody residents. Click here to register.
Please check the homepage of the City of Dunwoody website for any modification to hours of operation for City Hall at www.dunwoodyga.gov.
Before the storm arrives it is important to establish a plan for appropriate disaster preparation. The Georgia Emergency Management Agency website has important information and planning advice. Please visit ready.ga.gov today to develop a safe plan of action.
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