Community Resources

Sandy Springs Zip Codes and the US Postal Service

The four zip codes associated with the City of Sandy Springs are 30327, 30328, 30350 and 30342. However, the City shares these zip codes with surrounding areas -- they are not solely dedicated to the City of Sandy Springs. So, if you look something up on the US Postal Service's Web Site in one of these areas, it will automatically default to the City of Atlanta. It is acceptable to address a letter with one of these zip codes as Sandy Springs, Ga., and it will be delivered.

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Greenspace in the Floodplain Program

Greenspace in the Floodplain Program

Thanks to a grant from the Georgia Emergency Management Agency and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the City of Sandy Springs has acquired 11 properties that were deemed to be substantially damaged as a result of repeated flooding. With the removal of the structures from the parcels, the City has announced the Greenspace in the Floodplain Program. The program provides neighborhoods and Homeowners Associations an opportunity to develop plans for utilizing the parcels and present them to City staff for consideration.



The City of Sandy Springs will host a public Open House to address recent coyote sightings in Sandy Springs. Representatives from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources will be present to explain coyote behavior, biology, habitat, management options, and safety precautions.

WHEN: Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2013
TIME: 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Sandy Springs City Hall Council Chambers, 7840 Roswell Road, Building 500, Sandy Springs

Safety Tips from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources:

  • Bring pets indoors at night, as this is the coyote’s primary hunting time.
  • If a pet must be kept outside, install fencing and motion-activated floodlights to discourage predators.
  • Clean and store grills when not in use. Keep pet food indoors, or feed your pet indoors, and refill bird feeders in small amounts.
  • Keep trash can lids securely fastened, or store trash cans in a secured location.

Coyote Fact Sheet

Nuisance Wildlife Control Operators

Coyote Hazing Guidelines from the Humane Society of the United States