02/16/2017 11:32 a.m.
The City of Sandy Springs is issuing a new Request for Qualifications for Legal Services. The selection process will lead to the designation of a City Attorney and legal staff supporting city efforts.
GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS AND ATLANTA REGIONAL COMMISSION GIVE APPROVAL TO CITY OF SANDY SPRINGS COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLAN
The City of Sandy Springs Planning for the Next Ten reached a major milestone with the approval of the draft plan by the Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA) and Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC).
Developers planning to submit Rezoning and Special Land Use permits in the city of Sandy Springs will have to wait 150 days before making those submissions.
Contractors requesting special permission to work outside the designated construction hours in Sandy Springs will now incur a $250.00 fee as part of the application process.
Beginning as early as Wednesday, February 15, 2017 the two eastern most lanes of Sandy Springs Circle, between Johnson Ferry and Mt. Vernon, will close to install roadway storm drainage pipe and curb and gutter.
The City of Sandy Springs is celebrating Arbor Day on Friday, Feb. 17, 2017 by giving away 100 tree saplings in addition to its traditional tree planting activities.
During its January 17, 2017 meeting, the Sandy Springs City Council approved adding a technology surcharge to all permit applications
The Cities of Sandy Springs, Brookhaven, and Dunwoody, and the Perimeter Community Improvement Districts (PCIDs) have partnered toconduct a study related to Last Mile Connectivity in and around the Perimeter area. The organizations will host a Public Information Open House to provide the community with information about the draft recommendations and solicit input from participants.
01/13/2017 4:22 p.m.
During its December 6, 2016 meeting, the Sandy Springs City Council voted to impose a 120-day moratorium on new applications for gas stations and convenience stores in the city.
09/14/2016 3:37 p.m.