Due to technical difficulties, the July 25th Public Art Commission Meeting will not be recorded or livestreamed. We are working on resolving this issue. We strongly encourage online viewers to attend the meeting in-person. We will also post a recap of the meeting on our social media platforms the following day. Thank you for your cooperation and patience.

Dresden Park Closes May 28th to  Undergo Major Renovation

The City of Chamblee is excited to announce a groundbreaking ceremony for the renovation of Dresden Park. Chamblee’s second largest park is set to undergo extensive renovations for at least 14 months. Dresden Park will officially be closed to the public on May 28th. The groundbreaking ceremony will take place on Thursday, June 6, 2024, at 10:00 a.m. at 2301 Dresden Drive, Chamblee, GA 30341.

This multi-million-dollar renovation is part of Chamblee’s ongoing commitment to enhancing public spaces and providing high quality recreational amenities for its residents. The City is utilizing $10.8 million of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to complete renovations at Dresden Park. Crews will revitalize the 24-acre park with artificially turfed-rectangular fields and a multi-use field, tennis courts, dog park, a large playground, walking trail, new concessions building, restrooms, a community center, pavilion, parking lot, lighting, and terraced seating. The city has contracted Integrated Construction and Nobility, Inc. for construction. City officials are encouraging parkgoers to visit other Chamblee parks during this time to fulfill their outdoor dose of fresh air, exercise, and family picnics.

The projected project timeline is as follows:

  • Construction: Spring 2024-Summer 2025
  • Ribbon Cutting/Grand Opening: Summer 2025

To learn more about this project and for a complete list of Chamblee Parks, visit www.chambleega.com

Dresden Park Signage 2.14.24