Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Dunwoody Concert in Brook Run this Saturday, Waterford Tennis courts are open, Tilly Mill Paving - avoid area if possible, Electronic Recycling, Sidewalk Projects,

Concert in Brook Run this Saturday

Join the City of Dunwoody this Saturday to kickoff Groovin’ on the Green concert series with the Josh Gilbert Band! It is located at Brook Run Park amphitheater, and will be from 6pm-9pm. C-BO’s BBQ, and Big Burgers and Wings will be the food trucks on site.

 Now open - Waterford Park Tennis Courts / Pavilion

Till Mill Paving this week, avoid area if possible.

Starting Tuesday morning (6/8), paving crews will begin resurfacing Tilly Mill Road in both directions from N. Peachtree Road to Womack Road. This is one of the final steps needed to complete the Tilly Mill Sidewalk Improvement Project. If the weather is favorable, this work is expected to last through Friday. Please avoid the area, if possible, and anticipate delays. Thank you, in advance, for your patience.  Lots of paving this year, http://jkheneghan.com/city/meetings/2021/Feb/02082021_Paving_Contract_Extension_Moving_Streets_Up.pdf

Dunwoody Electronics Recycling on Sunday, June 27 but advance registration needed now.
Register NOW for Dunwoody's Electronics Recycling Event on Sunday, June 27, at St. Luke’s Presbyterian Church (1978 Mt. Vernon Road, Dunwoody, GA 30338), from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. This free event is for Dunwoody residents only. They can find a link to register here: www.dunwoodyga.gov/electronics.
Items accepted for recycling include the following: monitors, desktops, laptops, smart phones, tablets, keyboards, mice, servers, networking gear, circuit boards, RAM & CPU, wires & cables, hard drives & memory cards (HDD, SSD, SD), digital cameras, GPS units, speakers, copiers, ink & toner, scanners, projectors, game consoles, phone systems, lab & medical equipment, point of sale systems, microwaves, DVD players, and barcode scanners.
Items that are not accepted include the following: cracked LCD TVs & monitors, broken/bare CRT TVs & monitors, light bulbs, radioactive material, hazardous waste, any liquid, paint. There will be no paper shredding at this event.
The company providing the recycling, eWaste ePlanet, provides 100% data security with zero waste to landfills. Dunwoody’s Sustainability Committee and St. Luke’s Green Team will assist with this event.
City of Dunwoody needs feedback from area residents on two sidewalk projects

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