Doraville, GA, April 8, 2016 – The Post Reports – The City of Doraville will celebrate the annual Georgia Cities Week that’s happening April 17-23, and has scheduled a number of fun events for residents and visitors to coincide with the celebration.
“Georgia Cities Week gives state cities wanting to participate an opportunity to share information about the valuable services cities provide to residents and how cities positively impact their quality of life,” says Doraville. “The week is also an opportunity to celebrate community achievements and recognize volunteers and city employees.”
Across Georgia. this year’s theme for the week is “Go to Town!” In Doraville, a host of planned activities include the Mayor’s Annual State of the City address, food truck rallies…even an activity to include Earth Day, April 22.
Mark your calendar for the following events:
- April 21—Annual State of the City—Mayor Donna Pittman shares last year’s accomplishments and discusses upcoming 2016 city projects. Dunwoody High School Color Guard will formally present colors for the event, entertainment provided by Frank Lisco, and pastries and desserts served courtesy of White Windmill and Hong Kong Bakery. City Hall, 3725 Park Ave., 6:30 p.m.
- April 22-23—Earth Day/Great American Clean-Up— Bring bulky unwanted household items to City Hall, 3725 Park Ave., where disposal bins will be provided by Advance Disposal. Advance Disposal will also be distributing flower seed packets to those bringing trash.
- April 23—Doraville Day Out—the kickoff to Food Truck Rally season once again offers a wide selection of dining options from seafood to barbecue to ethnic specialties. Park Avenue (in front of City Hall) 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
- April 23—Little Free Library Dedication—ceremonial installation of this innovative “take a book, leave a book” location at Honeysuckle Park, 3037 Pleasant Valley Drive, 10 a.m. In collaboration with the Cross Keys Foundation, the Friends of the Doraville Library are sponsoring this first Little Free Library in Doraville, to promote literacy and the love of reading.
“Come see what’s happening in one of the fastest-changing cities in DeKalb County! Over the next week, go to the Doraville website at: http://www.doravillega.us/ for more details on all events,” the City adds.