Dunwoody residents view presentations on the city's Georgetown Gateway Project Dec. 11 and provide feedback to city officials. Photo provided by Councilman Terry Nall.
Dunwoody residents view presentations on the city’s Georgetown Gateway Project Dec. 11 and provide feedback to city officials. Photo provided by Dunwoody City Councilman Terry Nall.

The city of Dunwoody hosted an open house Dec. 11 to meet with residents and ask for feedback concerning the city’s “largest undertaking thus far.” Marketing and Public Relations Director Bob Mullen said more than 100 people attended the presentations on the Chamblee Dunwoody Georgetown Gateway Project, which included two concepts for pedestrian improvements on Cotillion Drive, three concepts for the Chamblee Dunwoody corridor between Cotillion Drive and Peeler Road, and two concepts for the intersections at Peeler Road and Vermack Road.

The project is in the design phase and city officials believe traffic flow can be improved from its current poor level o service. In addition to creating an environment for bicycles, pedestrians and non-motorized users, the Gateway Project will work to improve traffic operations at intersections and make the area more visually appealing.

Residents who did not get a chance to attend the open house may still provide feedback to city officials via the Website as well as during public comment at city council meetings, which are held on alternating Monday nights at 7 p.m.

For more information, please visit the Public Works Department Page for the project.