Cities In The News


Dacula intersection to be named after a former mayor

August 6, 2019

Access North Georgia

According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Senator P.K. Martin and Representative Chuck Efstration, who both represent Dacula, presented resolutions asking that the new interchange at U.S. 29 and Harbins Road be named after the late mayor Jimmy Wilbanks.

Dacula keeping same millage rate, but property taxes will go up

June 20, 2019

Gwinnett Daily Post

Dacula leaders plan to keep the same city millage rate that was adopted last year, but property owners in the town will still end up paying more in taxes — about 3.35% more to be exact, according to city officials.

Dacula public hearing to address property tax increase

June 17, 2019

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

By adopting a millage rate of 4.806, which is the same as last year, Dacula must advertise a tax increase due to increased property values.

Dacula's annual Memorial Day parade remembers fallen heroes, thanks servicemen and women

May 28, 2019

Gwinnett Daily Post

"Why are you here today?" Marvin Atherton asked the men, women and children around him, some of whom were seated in fold-up camping chairs, others who lounged on blankets along Dacula Road.

Dacula Road/U.S. 29 intersection and bridge project begins

May 17, 2019

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The $9.5 million project is funded by SPLOST 2009, 2014, and the Department of Water Resources with the construction contract awarded to GP’s Enterprises.