Powder Springs residents can now apply for financial assistance from the city to cover housing and utility costs if they were affected by shutdowns, furloughs, layoffs, school closures or illness related to the pandemic.
As Sugar Hill moves forward with the development of their portion of the Gwinnett County Trails Master Plan, the city is inviting residents to take a survey to learn about the draft concept to connect Ga. 20 neighborhoods to downtown and Richland Creek.
“We moved here in the spring of 2019,” Jamey Snyder with the City of Woodstock said. “We spent most of the first year here creating the infrastructure.”
The Woodstock City Council approved a group of grants at its most recent meeting, helping local food pantries and schools.
In its recent ranking of the best places to live in America, the digital publication “Money” announced Woodstock was ranked 17th out of 50 towns and cities featured where the economy, job growth and housing market remained strong despite COVID-19 disruptions.
Woodstock officials paused design of a new park last spring because of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
A youth mentoring proposal by Austell Mayor Ollie Clemons - on behalf of the Austell Youth Innovation Center - has been approved 6-0 by the Austell City Council.
Lilburn has joined other Gwinnett cities by sponsoring two public art pieces as part of the “Button Art” series, a public art initiative named after Button Gwinnett one of the original signers of the Declaration of Independence.
The Johns Creek City Council has awarded construction contracts for a new roundabout and an associated trail extension at Bell Road and Rogers Circle South.
Brookhaven is expanding its efforts to combat discrimination by establishing a commission to address race, diversity, social justice and equality.