Frequently Asked Questions
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Q: What is Dunwoody North Civic Association (DNCA)?
As the last two words imply, we are a civic association. However, contrary to the “Dunwoody North” part, the organization welcomes all residents living on Tilly Mill Road and all subdivisions in Dunwoody south of Peeler. For more information such as maps, subdivisions, and history of the DNCA, please explore our website including our "About" page, "Neighborhood History" and our "Location & Maps" page.
Q: Why should I support DNCA?
Your time and dues help improve your neighborhood. For a list of some of DNCA’s worthwhile activities, see What we Do. One board member summed it up when he said he knew his dues were well spent after DNCA fed 25 police officers a three-course lunch for less than $50 thanks to discounts from restaurants and desserts from members.
Q: How can I support DNCA?
Dues are necessary to operate but volunteers are the only way DNCA can exist. To find out more about becoming involved with anything from recycling to Yard of the Month or serving as a board member, contact any of our board members
Q: Am I required to join?
Q: Does Dunwoody North have a mandatory homeowners’ association?
Q: What is Dunwoody North Diving Club (DNDC)?
Dunwoody North Diving Club is a neighborhood swim and tennis center open to annual paying members. Membership in DNDC is not mandatory. DNDC and DNCA have a great relationship but are two separate organizations with different purposes. For more info see the DNDC website. You can also contact the DNDC via our contact page.
Q: Does Dunwoody North have covenants?
Q: What is Neighborhood Watch?
The Dunwoody North Neighborhood Watch program is fully sponsored by the DNCA. It is manned by a volunteer group of residents who make others aware of crime activity and ways to reduce risks. Residents can be included on the DNCA Neighborhood Watch Calling Post to recive important updates. For more information, look at our Neighborhood Watch pages.
Q: How can I determine if a situation is a code violation?
You can go to the Municode website and search the free Municipal Code library for Dunwoody to check the codes or you can call/e-mail Dunwoody Code Enforcement which is under the Dunwoody Community Development Department.
Q: How do I report a code violation?
All the necessary information is available on the Dunwoody Code Enforcement page which is under the Dunwoody Code Compliance Division.
We also suggest that you email Steve Brown the DNCA Vice President of Zoning via our contact page. He is a great resource for information and ideas, can help point you in the right directions and keep us informed of your concerns and what is happening.
Additionally, you can contact Tom LaPenna, Dunwoody City Code Compliance:
Q: Is reporting anonymous?
According to the Code Compliance Division, "all complaints are public record, but you do not need to leave your name or contact information unless you wish to be contacted by our compliance official for follow up information".