Boards and Commissions
To apply for a position on a citizen board, complete the candidate board/commission application and submit to the City Clerk in person, by mail to City Clerk, 3725 Park Avenue, Doraville, GA 30340, fax 770-936-3862) or email to email@example.com.
Downtown Development Authority
The Doraville Downtown Development Authority (DDDA) was created by a Resolution of the Mayor and City Council on May 20, 2013. Pursuant to State law (OCGA 36-42-2), the body’s primary mission is to “revitalize and redevelop” the City’s central business district (map). In addition, the State tasks DDAs with promoting and developing “trade, commerce, industry and employment opportunities” for the general welfare of the State. To accomplish this, DDAs can receive grants and loans, acquire and improve property, enter into contracts and provide bond financing. The DDDA Board of Directors meets quarterly at City Hall. For more information, visit the DDDA webpage or contact the Economic Development Department at 770-451-8745.
|Board of Directors|
|Dan Rosenfelt||Term Expires 9/23|
|Andy Yeoman||Term Expires 9/23|
|Seth Fischer||Term Expires 5/21|
|Doug Edwards||Term Expires 9/23|
|Harold Shinn||Term Expires 9/23|
|Jane Ewe||Term Expires 5/21|
|Vacant||Term Expires 9/23|
The Commission serves as an advisory board and provides recommendations to the City Council on such matters as zoning ordinance text amendments, property zoning changes, land use changes, conditional use permits and variances. The Commission may also conduct research on other issues at the direction of the City Council. The Commission typically meets on the first Wednesday of each month at City Hall. Meetings are open to the public to hear cases and provide comments to the Commission. Click here for more information about the Commission.
Urban Redevelopment Agency
The Urban Redevelopment Agency (URA) was created by the City Council on July 8, 2014 to assume the project management powers of a potential Tax Allocation District. URAs, a cousin to development authorities and DDAs, may also issue Industrial Development Revenue Bonds. URAs are enabled by State statute (OCGA 36-61-18). By Resolution, the Doraville URA consists of three Council members, two DDA members and two residents.