Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Dunwoody Accounting Manager Position Available

Exciting career opportunity with the City of Dunwoody.

We invite you to learn more about this dynamic position and become the newest member of our Finance Team.

Official Job Announcement - Link
The City functions under the governance of a City Council and the management of a City Manager. The City provides municipal services to its citizens and businesses in a unique and progressive manner through a partnership with private firms. From the initial incorporation, the City has operated as a public-private partnership (PPP), with the vast majority of City staff employed by private companies. The City has determined that the PPP model adds value and flexibility, promotes competition, builds accountability, and provides the highest level of customer service to the citizens of the City. The position of Accounting Manager is an employee of one of our valued PPP firms.

About the Job
The Accounting Manager assists the Finance Director in administering the financial affairs of the City. This position is the City’s principal source of knowledge and expertise on the proper application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and for implementing new accounting pronouncements and standards. This position performs highly responsible professional work through strategic short-term and long-term planning, organizing, directing, and controlling of the accounting and control, financial reporting, and accounting operations sections of the Department of Finance, including oversight of the City’s payroll, accounts payable, and revenue collection functions. The Accounting Manager is responsible for the integrity of the financial information system as it relates to accounting and control, internal financial reports, and the City’s comprehensive annual financial report. Assignments are performed with considerable independence, requiring the exercise of discretion, sound judgment, initiative, and responsibility. Performance requires a significant cooperative effort with the Budget and Revenue Divisions. Work is reviewed by the Finance Director through conferences, observation, and analysis of results, reports, and recommendations.

Specific responsibilities of the Accounting Manager include the following:
• Manages the accounting activities of the municipality, ensuring all disbursements are in accordance with established statutes, laws and ordinances.
• Assists the Finance Director with developing associated policy and procedure to ensure that Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) are maintained and followed.
• Prepares and analyzes monthly, quarterly and year-end financial statements, interprets applicable accounting pronouncements and initiates appropriate changes, including the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.
• Meets with department heads and reviews preliminary budgets prior to developing the final City budget.
• Assists departments throughout the year in managing budgetary thresholds.
• Reviews expenses versus budget and reports on variances to Finance Director.
• Prepares budget amendments as necessary and provides to Finance Director for review.
• Collects statistical information and presents as necessary.
• Prepares account analyses as required to evaluate departmental performance and efficiency.
• Coordinates the fiscal year-end audit performed by external auditors.
• Acts upon auditors recommendations and ensures that the City has made necessary changes to policy, procedure or practice based upon the recommendation of the auditor.
• Prepares and reviews journal entries, direct pays and wire transfers.
• Supervises the accounts payable function and ensures that money disbursed is in accordance with approved invoices, or contractual agreements.
• Works with departments to create estimates for capital improvement projects.
• Creates models for financial forecasting and projects revenue requirements based on expense levels and anticipated increases.
• Assists in the review, development and/or implementation of effective financial procedures and provide guidelines to achieve objectives of the overall financial operation
• Provides guidance and minimal supervision of finance department staff

What Dunwoody Looks for in Candidates
Required Education and Experience
Dunwoody will only hire an experienced accounting professional with a high degree of technical knowledge of government accounting principles and practices. Candidates must have graduated from an accredited four year college or university with a degree in Accounting, Business, Finance or a related field. Considerable coursework in accounting since graduation is preferred and should be presented. Certification as a Public Accountant is preferred, but not required. At least five years government accounting experience is required. Private sector experience as a governmental auditor may substitute for governmental accounting experience.

Further Description of Experience, Knowledge Skills & Abilities Sought
Government GAAP research skills are imperative. Because of our public-private partnerships and progressive staffing structure, Dunwoody’s Accounting Manager should have experience and a track record of getting the work done with fewer resources. The job requires someone with the ability to address inefficiencies in the operation. Experience with Tyler’s Incode ERP system is a plus. Strict adherence to deadlines and the accuracy of your work with little supervision is imperative. The Accounting Manager must have or quickly develop knowledge of the legal requirements governing the financial operation of a city, skills in planning and organizing, skills in managing and ensuring workflow meets required deadlines, ability to maintain good working relationships, ability to analyze financial data and develop informational statements. Most importantly, our Accounting Manager must match a culture and work environment that demands nothing less than excellence and unity throughout the Dunwoody organization.

How to Apply
If you are interested in applying for this outstanding professional opportunity, please send a resume, salary requirements and a cover letter electronically as soon as possible to The position is open until filled. Resumes will be screened against the qualifications outlined in this brochure as they are received and interviews conducted with the most qualified candidates by JAT Consulting Services. Candidates that make it through the initial review will interview with the Finance Director and will be required to fill out a formal application and submit information to complete a background investigation, including reference checks, and a check of criminal, credit, court and driving records. To learn more about JAT Consulting Services, please visit

City of Dunwoody Update by Councilman Robert Wittenstein

Dear Dunwoody Friends and Neighbors,

We have just re-negotiated contracts for city services with local venders and have achieved significant cost savings with higher levels of service.

When the city started two and half years ago we signed contracts with three firms to provide most city services. With those contracts expiring in December, it was time to take the contracts back out to bid.

I was one of three council members on the evaluation committee. We drafted the Request for Proposals, developed the scoring system, reviewed dozens of proposals (thousands of pages) and conducted 21 face-to-face interviews with potential venders.

We had a very competitive process that led to our recommendation of four firms. Two of the firms are currently providing services to Dunwoody and the other two firms have asked to talk with our current contract staff to see if there is a good fit, so we expect very little staff turnover as a result of the process.

We are getting significantly higher levels of services in IT and Marketing / Communications and comparable levels of service in all other areas. The process has provided strong and compelling evidence that our contracting model works and will provide excellent service at locked-in savings for the contract period.

These contracts will save us over $3 million over the next four years. The $780,000 per year in savings will be available for additional road or parks improvements, or to cover the added cost of the ChatComm 911 service. I would like us to earmark some of the funds to start a vehicle replacement fund so that when we need start replacing our existing fleet of police cars in a few years we have the money in reserve rather than having to borrow from the bank and pay interest.

It didn't get a lot of play in the local press, but we dodged a tax bullet this month. There was a lot of publicity around DeKalb County's 4.3 mill tax increase. What didn't get as much notice is that most of that doesn't apply to Dunwoody city residents. Our taxes are "only" going up 1.59 mills. That is still a jump, and it will mean about $150 more per year for the average Dunwoody homeowner, but it is a far cry from the major tax increase other DeKalb residents will endure. Dunwoody's total property tax millage rate is now ten percent lower than anywhere else in DeKalb County.

On a related note, this week the Dunwoody City Council voted unanimously to place two parks bond referendum on the November ballot. The first would fund the purchase of additional park land; the second would fund facility improvements to existing and newly acquired parks. If approved, each would add $104 in property tax per year to the average Dunwoody home. It will be up to the voters to decide whether we want to fund additional parks infrastructure investment or maintain the status quo.

Next month I'll travel to Eatonton, Georgia (in Putnam County) to represent Dunwoody at the joint Georgia Municipal Association/ACCG Revenue and Finance policy committee meeting. The primary goal of this meeting is to develop the tax, revenue and finance priorities for cities and counties in the next Georgia General Assembly session. Tax reform is sure to be high on the list of priorities. I am sure it will be a lively session!

It's hard to believe but DeKalb County schools start again soon on August 8. Remember to drive carefully in school zones and obey the reduced speed limits. Watch out for walkers and bikers. Good luck to everyone as we begin a new school year.



Tuesday, July 26, 2011

2011 DeKalb County Tax Rates shows Dunwoody with the lowest millage rate.

Video of July 25th Dunwoody City Council Meeting

Sorry for delay in posting this, Monday nights storm knocked out my internet connection.  I also need to improve the sound quality and hope to have this fixed for the next meeting, please turn your speakers way up.

All agenda items presented were approved except zoning map item was deferred to the next meeting and the contracts for government services on Parks and Public Works were also deferred.

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Dunwoody City Council Agenda for Mon July 25th

Monday, July 25th
Dunwoody City Hall
41 Perimeter Center East
Dunwoody, GA 30346
Voting Session at 7:00 p.m.
Watch Live

Voting Session Agenda & full city packet

Administer Oath of Office to Officer Michael Cheek.

Presentation of HERMES Creative Awards 2011 Platinum Winner for 2009 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report and 2011 Gold Winner for City of Dunwoody Website.

Citizen Police Academy Graduation.

SECOND READ: Ordinance to Amend Chapter 30, Traffic and Vehicles re: Designated Truck Routes.

Award of 2011 Capital Paving Contract.

PUBLIC HEARING & SECOND READ: Ordinance to Authorize a Special Land Use Permit to 4607 Brierwood Place (SLUP 11-061) to Initiate a Home Occupation for Private Educational Purposes with Customer Contact.

PUBLIC HEARING & SECOND READ: Revisions and Re-adoption of the City of Dunwoody City Code Chapter 27, Zoning, and All Previous Amendments Thereto.

PUBLIC HEARING & SECOND READ: Revisions and Re-Adoption of the City of Dunwoody Zoning Map, and All Previous Amendments Thereto.

PUBLIC HEARING & SECOND READ: Re-adoption of the City of Dunwoody Mayor and City Council Zoning Hearing Policy and Procedures.

Resolution to Regulate and Provide for the Calling of an Election to Determine the Issuance or Non-Issuance of the City of Dunwoody, Georgia General Obligation Bonds to Provide Monies for the Acquisition and Remediation of Certain Land for Parks and Greenspace.

Resolution to Regulate and Provide for the Calling of an Election to Determine the Issuance or Non-Issuance of the City of Dunwoody, Georgia General Bonds to Provide Monies for the Improvement to the Park System of the City of Dunwoody, Georgia.

Award of Government Services Contracts. & original RFP
  • Finance and Administration: JAT Consulting
  • Planning and Zoning: Clark Patterson Lee
  • Permits and Inspections: Clark Patterson Lee
  • Public Works: Clark Patterson Lee
  • Parks and Recreation: Clark Patterson Lee
  • Information Technology: InterDev
  • Public Relations/Marketing: Jacobs

Dunwoody competitive bid process nets over $3 million in savings in contracts for government services

In a move indicative of its “Smart People - Smart City” culture, the City of Dunwoody has found a way to drive down the cost of services provided to its citizens by more than $3 million while increasing the level of service.

With existing contracts for Community Development, Finance and Administration, and Public Works concluding their initial term in December, earlier this year, the City issued a Request for Proposals based on the Split Contract Service model the City pioneered in 2008 which strategically outsources government services to different vendors of key service areas for a fixed fee.

A committee of four staff members and three members of the City Council appointed by Mayor Ken Wright have completed recommendations for the award of contracts in the areas of Information Technology, Public Relations and Marketing, Finance and Administration, Public Works, Parks and Recreation, Planning and Zoning, Permits and Inspections and Code Compliance. The review committee’s recommendation of award of contracts for the provision of each professional service area will be considered by City Council at its July 25th meeting.

The committee is recommending that the City partner with four vendors to provide services in the following seven categories:

  • JAT and Calvin Giordano & Associates for Finance and Administration services
  • Clark Patterson Lee for Public Works, Parks and Recreation, Planning and Zoning and Permits, Inspections and Code Compliance services
  • InterDev for Information Technology services
  • Jacobs for Public Relations and Marketing services

If the recommendations for contracts are approved by the Council, the City will save more than $3.1 million dollars over the life of the contracts (three years with a city-option for a fourth year) including the strategic move to bring three positions into direct City employment. This provides the City with an extra $780,000 a year to spend on infrastructure, public safety and parks, all of which have been identified by citizens as top priorities.   Press Release.

Sunday, July 17, 2011

City of Dunwoody Elections and 2011 Electoral District Map

The City of Dunwoody will hold a Municipal General Election on Tuesday, November 8, 2011 for the purpose of electing a representative to serve as Mayor (currently held by Ken Wright), a representative to serve as City Council Post 4 (currently held by Robert Wittenstein), City Council Post 5 (currently held by Danny Ross), and City Council Post 6 (currently held by John Heneghan).

The qualifying period opens on Monday, August 29, 2011 at 8:30 a.m. and closes on Friday, September 2, 2011 at 4:30 p.m. The hours of qualifying each day are 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Any person desiring to run for office shall qualify in the office of the City Clerk by filing a Notice of Candidacy (Georgia Election Code 21-2-132). The qualifying fee for Mayor is $480.00 (four hundred eighty dollars); the qualifying fee for a Council post is $360.00 (three hundred sixty dollars), which is 3% of the total gross salary of the preceding year (Georgia Election Code 21-2-131).

The qualifications to run for office include: candidate must be a resident of the City of Dunwoody for a continuous period of at least 12 months immediately prior to the date of the election; candidate must continue to reside in the City of Dunwoody during their period of service; candidate must continue to be registered and qualified to vote in the municipal elections of the City of Dunwoody. In addition, no person will be eligible to serve as a council member representing a council district unless that person has been a resident of the district they seek to represent for a continuous period of at least six months immediately prior to the date of the election and continues to reside in their district during their period of service.

The last day for a person to register to vote in the Municipal General Election and, if necessary, Runoff Election, is Tuesday, October 11, 2011 (Georgia Election Code 21-2-224(a)). Registration forms are available at Dunwoody City Hall, 41 Perimeter Center East, Suite 250, Dunwoody, Georgia 30346; through the Chief Registrar of DeKalb County, Georgia or through the Georgia Secretary of State website:

The polls will open for the November 8 Municipal General Election at 7:00 a.m. and will close at 7:00 p.m. at your designated voter precinct. If no candidate receives a majority vote, then a runoff election will be held on Tuesday, December 6, 2011 at the same precinct locations.

Voters will be allowed to vote by absentee ballot by making application for an absentee ballot, reasons for voting absentee are not required. The application must be in writing using the application form provided by the State or by written request and may be made in person, by mail, or by fax. The form can be found at

Advance voting begins on Monday, October 17, 2011 at 8:30 a.m. and closes on Friday, November 4, 2011 at 4:00 p.m. at the DeKalb County Voter Registration and Elections Office, 4380 Memorial Drive, Suite 300, Decatur, GA 30032.

For questions or for more information please contact Sharon Lowery, City Clerk, at 678-382-6711 or

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Dunwoody Zoning Map

Above shows the area around Dunwoody Village and I would ask anyone of interest to please download and review the full map, looking for possible errors. The data was compiled from DeKalb County tax and zoning records and I (the City Council) is being asked to certify that it is correct.

When the pdf document loads, please zoom in to about 100% to see the full details.

Does anyone see any issues or errors?  Thanks.

Marcus JCC in Dunwoody is hosting a Community Pool Party on Fri July 22 from 4:30 - 6:30

Join my good friend Sue Rodman of Field Trips with Sue for a Community Pool Party at the JCC.

What: Pool Party and Book Signing
Where: Marcus JCC, 5342 Tilly Mill Rd., Dunwoody, Ga.
When: Friday, July 22, 2011, 4:30 – 6:30 pm
Cost: Event is FREE (Books are $9.99)

Many of you have asked “Where can I get a book? and When are you doing another book signing?” Well, now you know! Join me at the Marcus JCC (you don’t need to be a member, this event is open to the public) for a community pool party and book signing. If you know you’re coming, please RSVP so we know about how many to expect. If you can’t commit you can still drop by on July 22 – and bring a few friends too!
The Field Trips with Sue Pool Party and Book Signing event will be held at the Zaban Park Outdoor Pool at the Marcus JCC on July 22 from 4:30 – 6:30 pm. Enjoy splash fountains, slides and a lot of summer fun. I’ll be on hand selling and signing books. Bring your own picnic dinner or purchase food from Goodfriend’s Mobile Grill. If you’re interested, the MJCCA is giving tours, as well as two-week trial memberships. If you join during the event, the membership registration fee will be waived. Regardless of whether you are thinking about membership, come out and enjoy a fun free, family evening.

The Splash Park at the Marcus JCC
If you’ve never been to the the JCC, you’re in for a treat. This place is AMAZING! I’m ready to move to Dunwoody, just so my kids can go here. They have everything on this 52 acre campus – gyms (including a foam pit for gymnastics), four pools (both indoor and outdoor), splash park, a lake with canoes and paddleboats, zip line, ropes course, seven ball fields, preschool, camps, senior center, tween and teen programs, mothers morning out, playground, full gym, theatre, cafe and more! Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to be Jewish to join.

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Video of the Dunwoody City Council Meeting of July 11, 2011

This evening the Council finalized the City's voting districts, deferred the bond discussions another session for more information and minor tweaks, we discussed our capital paving contract and are looking to add a few extra streets as our bids fell short of the $2,000,000 allocated, had a few first reads and then had a discussion regarding a possible crosswalk at Tilly Mill and Binghampton to be installed when the new asphalt is laid down in the Fall.

My fellow Councilmembers chide me for never being on camera, I guess it is more my forgetfulness with a number of more important items taking place when I am talking, than my lack of vanity but figured tonight was a good night to turn the camera as I specifically had an item on the agenda that I proposed.   I even created a highlight link to the discussion of the crosswalk (click here - and posted my own photo above which I rarely do.

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Miscellaneous Dunwoody related tidbits.

Starbuck's coming to Ashford Dunwoody & 285?  (See pg 9)

Can we convince Caribou Coffee to replace closed Starbucks @ Orchard Park?

Stay away from 285 East Bound this weekend - repaving.

Wanted: Deputy Municipal Clerk of Court for the City of Dunwoody

Wanted: Police Officer and Grounds Keeper at GPC Dunwoody

Kudos: Dunwoody Municipal Court Associate Judge Kenneth Wickham was elected President of the Georgia Council of Municipal Court Judges.

Crier: Regional roundtable gets revised list of transportation projects (full list)

Movie under the Stars @ Brook Run, Fri Aug 19th - Mars Needs Moms

DeKalb County Football Media Day Set for July 27: Dunwoody, Chamblee, Marist & St. Pius all want to show off "Talent".   See the Dunwoody Wildcat Football team play Carver in the Georgia Dome on Oct 23rd.

Read about former Dunwoody Football coach Damon Mason who flunked out of college then returned to graduate while still playing on the gridiron.

The Other Dunwoody Blogger would prefer schools generate "Talent" other than sports. (Good read.)

Dunwoody CRCT Results are in (Do u trust them?).  More importantly has your children completed summer math and reading assignments?  Check Right hand side of this page.

DeKalb County School System proposes no tax increase for coming year. (see K35)

Fran Millar is pitching Brad Bryant for Superintendent - what do you think?

Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens tells Dunwoody Rotary that pursuing death penalty against Casey Anthony was a mistake.  Wants Sunshine Laws Tougher.  Dunwoody Police Chief tells of the lessons learned from the Casey Anthony trial.

Doraville Mayoral Runoff on Tuesday June 19th - Donna Pittman vs Carol Gilman

Public Produce Completed - 1 pear tree. 1 hour. 567 pounds donated to those in need.

Oglethorpe Garden Grows Vegetables and Community

Dunwoody Homeowners Association monthly meeting is tonight where they will discuss the Candidate Forum they are hosting the evening of Thursday, October 13 in the new auditorium at Dunwoody High School.

 I have been playing with Google+ for a few days, if need an invite just send me an email as to what address you would like it sent.

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Rising 6th Grade families coming to Peachtree Charter Middle School, invited to meeting on Sat July 23 - 3 pm.

Peachtree Charter Middle School

There will be an informal gathering at The Branches Clubhouse (1318 Winding Branch Circle) on Saturday, July 23 at 3:00 pm. This will be primarily for rising 6th grade families coming to Peachtree Charter Middle School. Karen Domenico, PTCC chair, Martha McJilton, Peachtree Foundation Treasurer, and Mr. Scott Heptinstall, principal of PCMS will be in attendance.

All three will be speaking a little about Peachtree and conducting a question and answer time. Hopefully, this meeting will help parents to feel more informed when they come to school for schedule pick up day for 6th graders July 28, or to the main pick up day August 3. Kids are welcome to attend and the hope is to have some current Peachtree students present.

While this event is targeted to 6th grade families, rising 7th and 8th grade families are welcome as well. Questions? Contact Karen Domenico at

Friday, July 8, 2011

Dunwoody City Council Agenda for Monday July 11th at 7 pm

Monday, July 11th
Dunwoody City Hall
41 Perimeter Center East
Dunwoody, GA 30346
7:00 pm - Watch Live

Agenda - City Packet

Authorization for Adjustment to City Attorney Compensation Structure. (from Jun docs)

Support for Perimeter Community Improvement Districts Livable Centers Initiative 10-Year Update Plan: Perimeter @ The Center - Future Focus. Updated doc - changes made for council

C.V.B.D. First Quarter Report. (Katie Brenckle)

PUBLIC HEARING & Second Read: Revisions and Readoption of the City of Dunwoody City Code Chapter 20 (Signs) and all Previous Amendments.

PUBLIC HEARING & Ordinance to Amend City of Dunwoody Charter for Reapportionment of  Electoral Districts Pursuant to the 2010 Census.

PUBLIC HEARING & Resolution to Regulate and Provide for the Calling of an Election to Determine the Issuance or Non-Issuance of the City of Dunwoody, Georgia General Obligation Bonds.

FIRST READ: Ordinance to Amend Chapter 30, Traffic and Vehicles re: Designated Truck Routes.

Discussion of 2011 Capital Paving Contract.

FIRST READ: Ordinance to authorize a Special Land Use Permit to 4607 Brierwood Place to Initiate a Home Occupation for Private Educational Purposes with Customer Contact.

FIRST READ: Revisions and Re-adoption of the City of Dunwoody City Code Chapter 27, Zoning, and All Previous Amendments Thereto.

FIRST READ: Revisions and Re-adoption of the City of Dunwoody Zoning Map, and All Previous Amendments Thereto.

FIRST READ: Re-adoption of the City of Dunwoody Mayor and City Council Zoning Hearing Policy and Procedures.

Discussion of Illegal Signs.

Discussion of Crosswalk at Tilly Mill at Binghamton Drive. (Heneghan Request - City Reply)

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

2011 Dunwoody 4th of July Parade with interviews of Mayoral Candidates

I had a great day at the Dunwoody 4th of July, Independence Day Parade where I interviewed a few candidates, waved to thousands of people from the back of a golf cart, watched bands march by and served a little time in the dunk booth to raise money for a good cause.

Thank you for allowing me the privilege to serve on the Dunwoody City Council, it has truly been my pleasure.


Saturday, July 2, 2011

2011 Dunwoody 4th of July Parade Information and Participant List

Monday, July 4, 2011 at 9:30 a.m.

The Dunwoody Homeowners Association and the Dunwoody Crier Newspaper will host the annual Fourth of July Parade featuring marching bands, floats, clowns, animal units and local celebrities.

If you don't have a number, or the time to do the Peachtree Road Race before the festivities in Dunwoody, start a new tradition of running the Dunwoody Stars & Stripes 5K / 10K race that starts and ends at Dunwoody Park (near Dunwoody Nature Center).  7 am on July 4th.

Make your way to those prime viewing locations along Mt. Vernon before the streets close at 9:30, find some shade, have beverages available and keep an eye on the kids who may chase after a wayward piece of candy.

After the parade, please join your Dunwoody neighbors in Dunwoody Village for games, activities, music, food and a dunk tank!  At the same location you can give blood, retire a flag, eat tootsie rolls, donate for those with Intellectual Disabilities, try to win a play house, donate food,

The Dunk Tank Schedule benefiting Special Operations Warrior Foundation
11:30- Doug Thompson, 11:40- Bob Lundsten
11:50- Robert Wittenstein, 12:00- Nancy Jester
12:10- John Heneghan, 12:20- Bob Dallas
12:30- Joe Hirsch, 12:40- Mike Davis

I obtained a list of parade participants and did my best to find relevant links.

Dunwoody Police

Dunwoody Football

LifeSouth Community Blood


DeKalb County Board of Ed

Dunwoody Restaurant Group, Inc.

U.S. Marines

Dunwoody High Principal

Dunwoody Baptist Church

Grand Marshal - Dick Williams

Kip Perdue

St. Luke's Presbyterian Church

Dunwoody Homeowner's Assoc

DHS Band

Troop 764 BSA

City of Dunwoody City Council

Zurn Pumbing

Brandon Drahos

Knights of Columbus 11402

DHS Boys Basketball

Chatcomm 911

Curry Honda

DHS Girls Volleyball

Mellow Mushroom Dunwoody

U.S. Coast Guard Aux, Flotilla 29

DHS JV & Varsity Tennis

Bill Grant Homes

Metropolitan Fire Assn

Dunwoody Cheerleaders

Rita's Italian Ice

Georgetown Dolphins

PCMS Cheerleaders

Curves of Dunwoody


Dunwoody Girls Lacrosse

Village Burger

Rotary Club of Dunwoody

Gordon's Catering

Dunwoody Fine Arts Assoc

Dunwoody CC

Chick Fil A Cow

The Food Movement

New York Butcher Shoppe

Indoor Play Center

Dunwoody Woman's Club

Village Church of Dunwoody

Fried Rogers Goldberg

Picayune Toys

Mill Glen

Huntington Learning

Elite Cuts


Atlanta JCC

Feed and Seed Band

Reising Orthodontics

Pack 1818

Game Truck Georgia LLC

Carrabbas Italian Grill

Congregation Beth Shalom

Kiddie Kuts Salon and Foundation

Publix 765

Village Animal Clinic

Mark Goodelman


John Bachman

Southern Comforts

116th National Army Guard

Pebble Tossers, Inc.


Girl Scout Troop #3083

Twilight Twirlers of Marietta

Steve Stephens Insurance Agency

Girl Scout Troop 10573

Atl Pirates and Wenches Guild

Castlehaven Construction

Troop 494

The Crewe of El Dorado

Guthrie's of Dunwoody

Dunwoody Preservation Trust

Alison's Restaurant

Summers Landing Tilly Mill

All Creatures Animal Hospital

Kapp Koncepts

Cutie Pies Children's Boutique

Dunwoody Nature Center

DeKalb Fire & Rescue

Miss GA Jr. Teenager

Assistance League of Atlanta

EV Club of the South

Highland Park Painting

Terry Nall for City Council

St. David's Welsh Society of GA

Georgia Soap Box Derby

Dunwoody Pines Retirement

Dekalb Republican Party

Norman Mason

Mike Davis for Mayor

Dunwoody GA Tea Party

Home Energy Experts

Dunwoody United Methodist

Friends of Herman Cain

Southeast &
Peachtree MG Registry

Dallas Family for Mayor

N DeKalb Republican Women

Early Ford V8 Club

Boy Scout Troop 434

Georgia Perimeter College

Portis Building & Interiors

Back 2 Back Chiro

Atlanta Colt Youth Association

DeKalb Sanitation

View Dunwoody Parade Route in a larger map