Construction: Dunwoody Village Parkway Update

Shops, restaurants, and businesses located in the Village Parkway area will remain accessible throughout construction.

Provided by Dunwoody spokesperson Bob Mullen

Construction on the Dunwoody Village Main Street project began in December 2013 with work crews removing a portion of the vegetation and trees from the parkway median. Weather permitting, construction crews will be removing the median and beginning sub-grade utility work along the thoroughfare.

The Main Street project addresses the need for pedestrian improvements on Dunwoody Village Parkway, while fostering a sense of community, encouraging growth of small businesses, and enhancing quality of life. The shops, restaurants, and businesses located in the Village Parkway area will remain accessible throughout construction.

The parkway will be converted to a two-lane street with wide sidewalks, on-street bicycle lanes and landscape buffers.

The city has worked closely with the businesses in Dunwoody Village and continues to conduct proactive outreach and communication to ensure safe and efficient progress on one of the city’s most important commercial districts.

Based on the input and feedback from local businesses, city staff created a set of communication materials for display and distribution at Village businesses to inform residents and patrons about the Main Street project.  Copies of the Main Street project information materials, including a store front project poster and point of sale flyers to display adjacent to registers, are free and available for Village businesses by contacting Bob Mullen at 678-382-6881 or bob.mullen@dunwoodyga.gov .


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