Dunwoody's infrastructure -- its streets and sidewalks, stormwater pipes and conveyances, traffic signs and signals, and all the behind-the-scenes equipment and structures that form the physical backbone of the city -- are in the care of the Public Works Department.
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The Public Works Department is comprised of the Capital Projects, Stormwater, Traffic, and Operations and Maintenance divisions. Employees of each of these divisions efficiently and responsibly care for:
310 lane miles of pavement 69 linear miles of sidewalk
69 miles of stormwater pipes 18,700 stormwater structures
60 traffic signals 4,000 traffic signs
Public Works responds 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to emergencies that occur on city right-of-way such as flooding, icing, traffic signal outages, and obstructions such as downed trees and sink holes. On weekends and after-hours, report urgent maintenance issues by calling (678) 382-6700 and pressing 2 to be connected to the on-call staff member. Urgent service calls during the work week (Monday – Friday, from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.) should be directed to the Public Works Department at (678) 382-6850.