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  2. Sandy Springs, Georgia - Wikipedia

    en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandy_Springs,_Georgia

    The Sandy Springs Police Department (SSPD) is the city's police department and took over services from Fulton County on July 1, 2006, with 86 original police officers recruited from various police agencies from all over the State of Georgia. The department currently has an authorized staff of 149 full-time sworn officers and 11 part-time officers.

  3. Sandy Springs GA Real Estate & Homes For Sale 190 Agent listings 10 Other listings Sort: Homes for You 3923 Dahlwiny Ct, Sandy Springs, GA 30350 MLS ID #10127037, RE/MAX CENTER $1,295,000 5 bds 5 ba 5,957 sqft - House for sale Open: Sun. 1-3pm 86 Hardeman Rd, Sandy Springs, GA 30342 MLS ID #7142498, ATLANTA FINE HOMES SOTHEBY'S INTERNATIONAL

  4. City of Sandy Springs

    www.sandyspringsga.gov

    City Springs The home of entertainment in Sandy Springs. Find events, purchase tickets and have an experience worth sharing. CitySprings.com Sandy Springs Police Learn more about the men and women who keep the City safe. Traffic accident reports can be found here. SandySpringsGAPolice.gov Recreation Programs

  5. Visit Sandy Springs, Georgia Stay in Sandy Springs, just minutes from downtown Atlanta, and you're a short drive or MARTA ride away from Metro Atlanta's top attractions. And while big city excitement is only minutes away, Sandy Springs is surrounded by more than 950 acres of parks and natural areas. So, experience the best of the modern South.

  6. Sandy Springs | Official Georgia Tourism & Travel Website |...

    www.exploregeorgia.org/city/sandy-springs

    Sandy Springs. Sandy Springs is close to all the Atlanta attractions yet is a cozy community offering an alternative to staying downtown. Proudly boasting the Southern hospitality and charm that Georgia is famous for, our city is the sixth largest in the state. Enjoy some of the free or inexpensive gems that await you in Sandy Springs.

  7. Things to Do in Sandy Springs | Attractions, Shopping & Parks Things to Do in Sandy Springs Float the Chattahoochee River. Hike Island Ford. Shop the South’s best malls. Stay in your hotel room all day watching M*A*S*H reruns. Almost everything you want from a vacation is in the gorgeous outdoors and charming local community of Sandy Springs.

  8. Sandy Springs, GA Map & Directions - MapQuest

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    Sandy Springs Map. Sandy Springs is a city in north Georgia, United States. It is a northern suburb of Atlanta. With a 2010 population of 93,853, Sandy Springs is the sixth-largest city in the state (after Athens), and the second-largest city in Metro Atlanta. Sandy Springs is located in north Fulton County, Georgia, just south of Roswell and west of Dunwoody. The city is named for the sandy springs that still exist as a protected historic site.

  9. Sandy Springs is a vibrant and growing city just north of Atlanta, Georgia. It’s where beautiful residential neighborhoods meet world-class amenities, and all within a short drive from downtown. If you’re looking for high-end shopping, you’re a foodie looking for your next culinary treat, or even an outdoor adventurer looking for a great place to get away in the woods, Sandy Springs has got you covered!

  10. Visit Sandy Springs History | Beginnings, Growth & Cityhood

    www.visitsandysprings.org/why-sandy-springs/history

    Incorporated in 2005, Sandy Springs is Georgia’s sixth largest city and the second largest city in the metropolitan Atlanta area. Beginnings Sandy Springs originated as a watering stop for Native-Americans who frequented its bubbling springs, and quickly became a community in the 1800’s as settlers moved into the area.

  11. Building and Construction | City of Sandy Springs

    www.sandyspringsga.gov/building-and-construction

    The City of Sandy Springs adheres to the Georgia Code. For a list of building codes currently being enforced in the State of Georgia (and the City of Sandy Springs), please visit the Construction Codes page on the Georgia Department of Community Affairs website. City Development Code and Zoning Maps