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In order to maintain safety standards in accordance with the state mandated minimum guidelines and the Ordinances adopted by the City Council, the Community Development Department conducts inspections of building and development throughout the city.
These inspections are designed to protect citizens, the environment and maintain a level of safety for the city.
If your inspection request is made before 4:00 p.m., your inspection will be conducted on the next business day. If your request is received after 4:00 p.m., your inspection will be conducted on the day following the next business day.
If you would like to request an inspection or find additional information regarding a permit, please click here.
In order to provide improved customer service, and in the interest of the safety of our residents and staff, the City of Dunwoody is utilizing remote inspection technology for certain residential permits, including water heater and HVAC replacements. Upon completing installation, the installing technician, not the property owner, must provide a video of the installation. Instructions for obtaining and submitting the video can be found by clicking here.