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  • Statement on civic space in Decatur The City of Decatur has intentionally created an attractive, accessible and safe environment for public life. This combined with the city’s role as the county seat of DeKalb County means people gather here all the time, whether for a festival, to enjoy the nice weather or to demonstrate about an issue they feel passionately about. We are viewed as the civic heart of the county and this creates the challenge of democracy in Decatur. (CLICK for full statement) 3/27/2015, 3:00 PM
  • Avondale MARTA public information session documents On Thursday, April 23, there was a public information session about the redevelopment of the Avondale MARTA station’s south parking lot. The presentation document and map handout are now available online. 4/28/2015, 3:15 PM
  • Smart911 now offering emergency and general alerting
    Smart911 now offering emergency and general alerting This week, the City of Decatur transitioned to an enhanced Smart911 system to make communication between residents and public safety agencies easier and more convenient. This Smart911 option replaces the CodeRed emergency and weather notifications. 2/4/2015
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