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About Dunwoody

With a history steeped in the rich culture of the Deep South, Dunwoody is a northern suburb of Atlanta, Georgia, and a safe, comfortable place to call home. The city offers a bustling city center, scenic residential areas and family-friendly amenities, making it an increasingly popular destination for families and young professionals alike.

The History of Dunwoody

Although the city only became an official town in DeKalb County in 2008, the Dunwoody area has a long and storied history that begins long before that. It was originally settled by Cherokee Native Americans, who farmed the land and took advantage of the nearby Chattahoochee River as a convenient water source.

The fertile land and mild weather attracted white settlers to Dunwoody in the early 19th century. They built homes, claimed farmland and established businesses in the area, creating a small but thriving community. In addition to farming and livestock, cotton mills and other manufacturing facilities supported the area's budding economy.

Dunwoody was named after Roswell native Major Charles Dunwody, gaining the extra "o" in its name after a simple spelling error. The railroad connected towns like Dunwoody, Roswell and Chamblee, which helped local residents boost the economy and find profitable jobs. Many of the older churches, business buildings and homesteads, some of which were built in the late 1800s, still stand in Dunwoody today.

Living in Dunwoody

Dunwoody is known as a vibrant Southern community with a rich local culture and excellent access to amenities. It's become increasingly popular for its educational and employment opportunities, especially with Atlanta just a few miles away. Gorgeous parks, restaurants and shopping venues are found around every corner, providing plenty of recreation and entertainment.

Dunwoody has an extremely low crime rate, which makes it an ideal place to live alone or raise a family. Additionally, you shouldn't have trouble finding a job after you relocate. The unemployment rate is lower than both the state and national averages, and job growth is projected to continue. A top-rated school system and a stable housing market round out the reasons that Dunwoody has experienced such a steady growth rate.

There are several distinct districts in Dunwoody, each with its own personality. For example, Perimeter Center is a development that evolved around the city's Perimeter Mall. A large collection of shops and offices are located here, as is the city's major transit station. Or for a quieter part of town, you can explore Tilly Mill. Named after one of the city's pioneering families, Tilly Mill is home to a college campus, a large family-friendly park and many residential developments.

Dunwoody Schools

The DeKalb County School District is responsible for the elementary, middle and high schools in Dunwoody. You can also consider one of the city's private schools, which provide education and care for infants through 12th grade.

Resources for Moving to Dunwoody

As you prepare for your move to Dunwoody, here are a few resources that can help:

  • Utilities: Atlanta Gas Light and Georgia Power are Dunwoody's primary energy providers. Water and sewer services are managed by the county.
  • Garbage and Recycling: You can expect your trash, recyclables and yard waste to be collected on a regular basis.
  • Transportation: Dunwoody is part of the large MARTA transit system, which provides access to Atlanta and other nearby cities.

Dunwoody Housing

You'll find plenty of housing inventory in Dunwoody, which offers single-family residences as well as townhouses, apartment buildings, condominiums and other types of multi-family housing options. Whether you're looking for tree-lined suburban streets or more urban options, there's a variety of homes to choose from. Home values are quite a bit higher than the national averages, and have been rising quickly.