About Dunwoody

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Dunwoody is the cornerstone of Atlanta’s high tech job market with great schools and low crime. Dunwoody is situated in a wooded suburban setting with  large lots, all within close proximity to everything the City of Atlanta has to offer. Dunwoody features many of the metro-areas top restaurants, shopping centers, schools and recreation facilities. Dunwoody officially incorporating on December 1, 2008 and retains a long and rich history dating back hundreds of…

Our Neighborhood

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  The Dunwoody North Civic Association would like to welcome you to the best neighborhood in metro Atlanta to raise a family!!  Dunwoody North is a sub-division in the city of Dunwoody, located at the top east end of I-285 just North East of Atlanta in Dekalb County. Dunwoody has it all, great schools, low crime, a wooded suburban setting with large lots, and close proximity to all the City…

About the DNCA

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The Dunwoody North Civic Association (DNCA) represents the Dunwoody North Neighborhoods regarding local, city, county, and state issues specifically concerning our community. The DNCA also assists the residents to protect and enhance the value of their property. The DNCA Board meets regularly to share information, thoughts and ideas, and then shares them with the entire community and City Government. The Civic Association has built a strong relationship over the years with…

Your Dunwoody North Civic Association would like to thank our guest speakers, Dunwoody‘s newly elected Mayor, Denis Shortal and Officer Mark Stevens, new Community Outreach Officer from the Dunwoody Police Department and of course, everyone that attended the 2016 general meeting !!!

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The Dunwoody North Civic Association (DNCA) represents you, the Dunwoody North Residents, in local, city, county, and state issues specifically concerning our community.

 

Have you thought about what it takes to make a good community, great… A nice neighborhood, fantastic? It’s all about friends, family and good neighbors… Without them, you might as well be living in a desert while with them; any desert can be your oasis.
Your Dunwoody North Civic Association invites you to join. Take a step towards making your neighborhood an oasis; a better place to live, work, play and raise a family. Get involved, support what the DNCA does, leverage the resource and reap the benefits.

 

Why you should join and contribute! IN THE PAST, each $20 membership helped your DNCA...

  • Provide multiple Neighborhood Watch Callingpost calls.
  • Publish and distribute the neighborhood directory.
  • Publish, print and deliver the DNCA newsletter.
  • Beautification Committee award Yard of the Month from April to October.
  • Beautification Committee maintain neighborhood monument landscaping throughout the year.
  • Beautification Committee manage the Holiday Decorations contest.
  • Beautification Committee hold an open Plant Exchange.
  • Enhance Halloween at Briers North’s by helping with security costs.
  • Present the 'Thank You' holiday dinner for Fire Station 18.
  • Organize the 'Thank You' holiday luncheon for the Dunwoody Police Dept.
  • Hold our Annual Meeting with great speakers including city and state representatives.
  • Arrange a Lifesouth Blood Drive at our Annual Meeting.
  • Include a book Exchange at our Annual Meeting and donate books to the Dunwoody Library for their book sale.
  • Support local schools with a donation.
  • Provide Board Members to volunteer at local events.
  • Maintain this web site with on-line payments for those who prefer electronic membership management.
  • Maintain a DNCA Facebook page for important postings. { www.facebook.com/DunwoodyNorth }
  • President send out regular e-mails with important information to those who provide their e-mail address.
Your Dunwoody North Civic Association needs you to get involved.
Have some interesting and fun ideas on ways to bring the neighborhood together? Lets hear them! Contact Us