Friday, May 10, 2013

Dunwoody Government 101 Class registration is open. Informative to all, especially those thinking of running for Dunwoody City Council in the Fall.


Free nine-week course offers City residents opportunity to learn about Municipal Government

Dunwoody, GA – May 09, 2013 – The City of Dunwoody opens registration for its free, nine-week, 2013 Government 101 course.  Now in its second year, the Dunwoody Government 101 course is designed to enhance residents’ understanding of city government and offers the community a chance to experience and discover the primary undertakings of the City.

Dunwoody’s Government 101 series provides participants with a look inside each of the City’s departments through a lively blend of demonstrations, presentations, and tours, all conducted in a casual format at numerous sites throughout the City. Participants are offered in-depth awareness and knowledge of local government operations as well as a greater understanding of how to get involved in local civic and community affairs.

Classes for the nine-week 2013 Government 101 series will be held Tuesday evenings beginning July 2, and concluding Tuesday, August 27. The sessions are free to attend and open to Dunwoody residents’ ages 18 and older.

Interested participants should complete the Dunwoody Government 101 application available online at, or at City Hall. Completed forms may be sent to Edie Damann at, dropped-off, or faxed to 678-382-6701.

Please be aware class size is limited and the deadline for application submission is June 4, 2013.

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