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.
Johns Creek residents will have their say in selecting the city’s next police chief. The city hired the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) to conduct a search for the best qualified candidates, City Manager Ed Densmore said.
The Fulton County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday agreed to give cities a total of $30 million to fight COVID-19 after months of public fighting and legal threats over who gets federal coronavirus relief money.
Johns Creek has a new marker to welcome people to the city.
Johns Creek plans to break ground on the first phase of a multi-use trail for Cauley Creek Park in October. The city received a $3 million grant from a Georgia Department of Natural Resources program to assist with the development of the park land.
The Johns Creek City Council has awarded a $1.65 million construction contract to Vertical Earth Inc. for improvements to an intersection described by staff as the most heavily trafficked and congested crossroads in the city.
Johns Creek announced it has been awarded a $1 million state grant for Phase I costs of the McGinnis Ferry Road widening project.
Property taxes will go up in Johns Creek this year after the City Council voted to raise its millage rate this past week.
The Johns Creek City Council has approved a $775,000 contract amendment to have its engineering consultant, Barge Design Solutions Inc., move to the next phase of planning for Cauley Creek Park.
The Johns Creek City Council has approved charging rental fees for the cricket pitch and cricket batting cages at Shakerag Park.