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This is a weekly blog post that lists all of the events and sales going on around town. It will be updated daily. If you would like to add an event, email renae.madison@decaturga.com.

Sunday, Jan. 28

Monday, Jan. 29

Tuesday, Jan. 30

 Wednesday, Jan. 31

Thursday, Feb. 1

Friday, Feb. 2

Saturday, Feb. 3

 

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community meeting flyer

Where: Public Works Community Room- 2635 Talley Street

When: Tuesday, February 13 6 – 7 p.m.

Join us Tuesday, Feb. 13 for a community meeting where attendees will recieve an update on the corridor improvements in anticipation of the 2017 DeKalb County SPLOST project at the Atlanta Avenue and West Howard Avenue intersection.

Have questions? Contact Senior Michelle Hirose, PE Senior Engineer,Michelle.Hirose@decaturga.com.

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Decatur Residents

RE: South Decatur Village located at 814 South Columbia Drive

The City of Decatur would like residents to be aware of development activity at the intersection S. Columbia and Katie Kerr. South Decatur Village has received approval to build a mixture of townhomes and single family homes (50+ total).

After plan approval by the City Commission, plans were submitted for a land disturbance permit through the City’s Design, Environment & Construction Division. Staff has determined that the land disturbance plan meets all City requirements.

At this time, residents should expect to see a lot of activity at the building site starting with tree removal and site grading work.

While a number of trees will be removed from the site, 18 trees will be preserved on the site and 86 trees will be required to be planted at the site after construction. Total tree canopy at the site upon completion will be 78,604 square feet. Final approval of the development will depend in part on staff confirmation of all required tree replacement.

Residents can expect land clearing work to begin as soon as January 25th.

If you have any questions, please contact Design, Environment & Construction Division Director John Maximuk at John.Maximuk@decaturga.com or 678.553.6570.

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This is a weekly blog post that lists all of the events and sales going on around town. It will be updated daily. If you would like to add an event, email renae.madison@decaturga.com.

Sunday, Jan. 21

Tuesday, Jan. 23

Friday, Jan. 26

Saturday, Jan. 27

 

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2018 Decatur-state-of-city-inv
rsvp by emailing tammy.washington@decaturga.com

JOIN US for
Mayor Patti Garrett’s
State of the City Address
at the Decatur Business Association Meeting

Tuesday, January 23, 6 p.m.
Decatur Conference Center
130 Clairemont Ave.

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Recycling Collection Update

Due to issues our contractor is having with getting equipment to the City of Decatur, recycling collection services for the Tuesday collection route has been cancelled for this week.  Recycling for the Tuesday route will be collected next Tuesday, January 23.  We appreciate your patience and apologize for the inconvenience.

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City of Decatur offices are scheduled to open at noon, Thursday, January 18. All non-public safety and non-public works personnel should report at noon.

Active Living

Ebster and Decatur Recreation Centers will open at noon and close at 5 p.m. Regularly scheduled Active Living activities are cancelled, however, open gym will be available at both locations during this time.

 

Children & Youth Services

After school activities are canceled, Thursday, January 18.

 

Trash and Recycling Pickup Rescheduled

Regular trash and recycling collection that is normally scheduled for Tuesday (Northwest City of Decatur) will be collected on Thursday, Jan. 18 beginning at noon.

Regular trash and recycling collection that is normally scheduled For Thursday and Friday (South Decatur) will be collected on Friday, Jan. 19th beginning at 7:30am.

 

Municipal Court

Thursday sessions are all cancelled. Individuals will receive a notice of rescheduled dates and times.

 

Development Permitting/Intake

The Design, Environment and Construction permitting office will open at noon.

 

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Due to current weather conditions, all city offices are closed today, Wednesday January 17. Public safety and public works staff should report as normal.

Other cancellations:

-Tuesday garbage and recycling will be collected on Thursday.

-Thursday and Friday garbage and recycling will be collected on Friday.

-Wednesday court sessions are all cancelled. Individuals will receive a notice of rescheduled dates and times.

-After School Programs.

-Active Living activities.

Emergency updates and closures will be posted here, the city’s website, and all official City of Decatur social media platforms.

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Winter Weather Advisory (4)

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for DeKalb County from 5 p.m. tonight through 7 a.m. tomorrow, Jan. 17. It has also issued a wind chill advisory** from 9 p.m. tonight through 1 p.m. tomorrow. A winter weather advisory means that winter weather is expected and that residents should use caution.  Light amounts of wintry precipitation or patchy blowing snow will cause slick conditions and could affect travel if precautions are not taken.

At this point, the City Commission will meet tonight as scheduled and the city will be open for regular business hours tomorrow. Updates will be posted here, decaturga.com and the city’s official social media channels.

For more information on the difference between a winter weather advisory, watch and warning, check out the National Weather Service’s winter information page at www.nws.noaa.gov/om/winter/ww.shtml

**A wind chill advisory means that cold air and the wind will combine to create low wind chills. Frost bite and hypothermia can occur if precautions are not taken.

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East Lake Logo Flower

The stakeholders of three different municipalities, one transit system, and a variety of businesses and environmental interest groups have come together to develop a vision for the place they share – the East Lake MARTA Station.  Your input over the last two months and six events generated several concept diagrams for the East Lake MARTA Station study area. Now’s the time to share, once again, your feedback on each of the concepts for the north parking lot, the south parking lot, potential future AT&T redevelopment, and street improvements for East Lake Drive, College Avenue, and Park Place.  You’ll want to allow 15-20 minutes to complete the survey that can be found here, http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/4037001/ELMConcepts.

 

 

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