Doraville Communiqué is a bi-monthly community communication for Doraville residents, business owners, and visitors that supplements on-line methods of information dissemination. The first volume for March 2019 has been published and can be accessed here. Read More
Book sale & clean up reminder - Oct 2018 v2

Two great community events are happening in Doraville tomorrow (Saturday, Oct. 20): Friends of the Doraville Library (FODL) Book Sale at Doraville Library starting 10:30 a.m. and Citywide Cleanup Day at 3760 Park Avenue starting 8:00 a.m. Come join us!

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Doraville-Hurrican Michael 5pm 10102018

The National Weather Service, Peachtree City, GA, has indicated that Hurricane Michael will accelerate northeast over southwest and into middle Georgia tonight. High winds up to 35 mph and 2”- 3” of rainfall can be expected in the Doraville area this evening and possibly into tomorrow morning.  Read More
2018 Citywide Cleanup Day - Copy
Why wait to schedule a pickup? The City of Doraville is offering a perfect opportunity for residents to dispose of items that are in excess of the regular trash or require an appointment for a pickup. We are collecting bulk items, trash, electronics, cardboard boxes & scrap metals Read More
FYE 2019 Recommended Budget
(as of June 4, 2018)

Special Called Meetings
  • Monday, June 11 at 11:30am - Millage Rate Public Hearing No. 1
  • Monday, June 11 at 6:00pm - Millage Rate Public Hearing No. 2, Budget Public Hearing No. 1, and First Read of Ordinances
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Due to the ground saturation from past rainfall and the National Weather Service's forecast of continued rain, City Memorial Day events have been cancelled.

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MUTS Films Summer 2018 ver 3

Movies Under the Stars is back on the LAST Friday of every month from May through August. Join us at Honeysuckle Park for showings of Coco (cancelled), Despicable Me 3, Paddington 2, and Black Panther! Admission is FREE.
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For a limited time, residents may perform work on their homes and not be charged for certain permits. The permits and inspection of the work is still required but the fees will be waived. You must apply for your permits between May 1, 2018 and June 30, 2018.

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With great fanfare, the Metro City Bank “officially” held their grand opening and ribbon-cutting on April 4. The bank, open for business for the past few months, is the latest addition to Doraville’s Buford Highway streetscape.
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2018 State of the City

The City of Doraville invites you to join us for the Mayor's State of the City Address on Friday, April 20, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. at Park Avenue Street Closure. An outdoor concert and community celebration will follow the address.

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Doraville city officials joined local residents and dignitaries from Century Communities on Saturday, March 3 for the official ribbon-cutting for
The Heights at Carver Hills. The new housing development is currently under construction just off Peachtree Industrial and I-285. Read More

Just a friendly reminder that now that the holiday season is over, it's time to take down all of those house lights, blow-ups, reindeer, snowmen, etc., and pack them away for another year. Read More
Given the weather conditions recently and holidays, we want to remind residents that, between October and February, the City is pleased to pick-up fallen leaves raked or blown the curb every other week. Read More
The National Weather Service (NWS) has forecasted that we will have unusually cold temperatures in the next few days. Chances of freezing-type precipitation (sleet or snow) is slight. City Staff, the Mayor and  City Council are in regular contact during inclement weather. Read More
Robert Patrick
Doraville City Councilman Robert Patrick has been elected the 2018 president of the DeKalb Municipal Association (DMA). Patrick, Mayor Pro Tem for Doraville, was also recently re-elected in November to his second full term on the Doraville City Council for District 1. Read More

City Hall at Christmas
It was billed as Celebrate the Season! and celebrate we did!
Friday's events included the Mayor's Tree Lighting but that was preceded by singing and dancing performers. Chinese yo-yo, Indian dancers, acapella high school group and Marine Corps singers paid homage to Doraville's diversity.

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On Saturday, Dec. 2, Celebrate the Season! continued with  30 Mustang cars filling half of the city library parking lot. Inside the library was Santa's workshop where kids could pose once more with Santa, decorate cookies and gingerbread houses and make ornaments.
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Check out the latest issue of Insight by going to the menu at the top of this page, click on "Residents" and then "Newsletters." You'll find out, among other things, the latest details on Celebrate the Season" holiday festivities planned for Dec. 1-2

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It is that time of year—tree leaves are turning beautiful colors, but they are also quickly falling to the ground.  As a service to residents, between October and February, the city is pleased to pick-up raked fallen leaves at the curb. Curbside leaf pickup is done every other week. Read More
A steady stream of pet lovers dropped into the annual Dog Dayz of Summer’s End on Saturday, Sept. 30, at New Covenant Presbyterian Church in an event sponsored in part by the Doraville Kiwanis Club.
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From funnel cakes to helicopters, dunk tanks to kids “coloring with cops,” hundreds of people from Doraville and surrounding communities participated in the annual National Night Out for Crime (NNO) held August 1 on the Buford Highway Farmers Market parking lot.
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Just a note to remind everyone that, due to the Christmas and New Year's holidays, trash
pick-up by Advanced Disposal will be delayed by one day each holiday week. Please plan accordingly when putting your bins near the curb.
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