Chamblee Signal


Inside the NEW Chamblee Signal

The City of Chamblee is publishing a newly redesigned Signal newsletter. The goal is to give the Signal a fresh look with updated content and a more “lifestyle” magazine feel. In a survey conducted by the city, constituents asked for features on new businesses, the arts, Chamblee improvements, local entertainment, community events, community profiles and development topics like zoning.

The new Signal design also will be published completely in Spanish. The Spanish edition can be found at local businesses like Plaza Fiesta, apartment complexes, city buildings and online. In the future, an electronic newsletter will be sent to inboxes during the “off” month when the Signal is not published. To sign up, please email info@chambleega.gov and put “E Signal Sign Up” in the subject line.


Current Newsletter
Signal en Español


Chamblee Signal July August 2017 Cover Only



About the Signal

The Signal is the official bi-monthly newsletter of the City of Chamblee. The Signal is published and mailed to every resident and business in the City in the months of January, March, May, July, September and November.

A little history: Chamblee published the newsletter’s first issue in September 1999, but it wasn’t given its name until the following issue in November. In the first issue, the city asked residents to send in suggestions for the name and many good ones were offered, making the decision difficult. After much consideration the council voted for “The Signal. Submissions are encouraged and should be submitted by the first of the month prior to the month of publication. Submit your article to info@chambleega.gov.

The Signal also accepts advertising. For information about ad rates, download an ad rate card or contact Tisa Moore at tmoore@chambleega.gov or 770-986-5010.



Past Signals

Chamblee Signals from January 2013 to present are available online. The City archives hard copies of all Signals and keeps them at City Hall.

Archived Newsletters
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Calendar



In January 2015, the Calendar was officially rolled in to the Chamblee Signal. Check out Archived Calendars for calendars before 2015.