Dunwoody Seeks Online Input on 5-Year Comp Plan Update
May 27, 2020
In an effort to increase input during the Covid-19 pandemic, the City of Dunwoody is moving public comment for their 5-Year Comprehensive Plan Update online.
Last week, “Dunwoody Next,” the Comprehensive Plan update for 2020, was released online so that the public could read the latest draft and provide feedback through a survey.
“The draft includes changes made after our first public input meeting in February,” said Dunwoody Community Development Director Richard McLeod. “We planned another session in April but had to cancel it due to COVID-19. By moving the process online, we’re providing the public with a safe and convenient way to participate.”
- The Comprehensive Plan Update project page can be found using this link.
- The Comprehensive Plan Update draft can be found using this link.
- The draft survey can be found using this link.
The Comprehensive Plan is a roadmap for long-range policy direction. It guides decisions about land use, transportation, economic development, housing, infrastructure and more. The City of Dunwoody revises its Comprehensive Plan every five years with guidance from the Georgia Department of Community Affairs.
The Governmental Affairs Committee will review the plan at their next committee meeting and provide feed back to the association. If you have any comments, please contact Aaron Johnson, Governmental Affairs Director at (404) 732-0631.
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