Dunwoody To Hold Meeting On More GreenSpace (Bicycle Paths)- TONIGHT 2/21

Community Invited to Participate in Greenway Discussion

The City Welcomes Input Regarding Potential Greenway Corridors

Dunwoody – February 14, 2011 – The City of Dunwoody will be hosting a meeting, on Monday, February 21, to further discuss potential greenway corridors with the community.

WHAT: Greenway corridors are linear open spaces landscaped for pedestrian and bicycle passage. As part of the Comprehensive Land Use Plan, as well as the on-going Comprehensive Transportation Plan and Parks and Recreation Master Plan, the City has received feedback from the community indicating a desire for additional opportunities for jogging, walking, and biking.  Greenways represent one option that could offer accessible alternatives for these activities.

The purpose of this meeting will be to discuss possible greenway corridors in the City of Dunwoody and provide a framework to guide any future greenway corridor efforts. This meeting will include an overview of community feedback received through other Dunwoody planning processes as it relates to greenway corridors, an explanation of how the City would consider moving forward with a planning process for any preferred greenways, a summary of existing conditions, the administration of a community survey, and a series of community engagement activities. All are encouraged to attend and be part of this exciting planning process.


WHEN: Monday, February 21, 2011 at 7:30 p.m.

WHERE: Dunwoody City Hall, City Council Chambers

41 Perimeter Center East, Suite 100, Dunwoody, GA 30346

MORE: For more information regarding the greenway planning efforts please contact                              Brent Walker, Parks and Recreation Manager, at (678) 382-6857 orbrent.walker@dunwoodyga.gov.

PHOTOS: Available throughout the meeting.



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