Sandy Springs officially has new digs for city council meetings, staff offices and general city services.
On Monday, city leaders and more than 500 people attended a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new mixed-use City Springs development, officially opening the new city hall at 1 Galambos Way. The address is named after Sandy Springs’ first mayor, the late Eva Galambos.
The ceremony included a tour of the studio theater and conference center at city hall.
The first city council meeting at the new city hall will be on May 15, beginning at 6 p.m.
The new city hall will house Sandy Springs’ offices for city management, the mayor, city council members and general city services like public works, planning and zoning, code enforcement, finance and revenue, along with recreation and parks.
Police headquarters and municipal court for the city will remain at 7840 Roswell Road.
Several retail spaces are now open at City Springs. Next to open will be the City Green in June, and then the performing arts center later in the summer.
Planning for City Springs began in 2012 and construction started in 2015. The 14-acre project is set to be fully completed by the end of the summer.