Johns Creek residents and veterans groups turned out at Newtown Park July 3 for a ceremony commemorating the official launch of the Wall that Heals project which will bring the half-scale replica of the Vietnam War Memorial to Johns Creek.
For residential areas, the biggest proposed change is a new requirement to have open space in any residential development. The amount of required open space varies by the density of the development.
The Johns Creek Cultural Arts Center Task Force has selected Convergent Nonprofit Solutions to conduct a financial feasibility study for a proposed cultural arts complex in Johns Creek.
The improvements will promote safe pedestrian access and discourage speeding, according to an announcement by Johns Creek.
The Johns Creek Convention and Visitors Bureau is hosting a series of community engagement events to design a gateway marker for the intersection of Kimball Bridge Road and State Bridge Road.
The city seeks to improve vehicular and pedestrian safety where Barnwell, a two-lane road, becomes Jones Bridge at a sharp curve just north of the school; while a left-turn lane is envisioned at the school, and a roundabout, at Rivermont.
Johns Creek has announced the promotion of former Assistant Fire Chief Chris Coons to the department head position.
Commuters choose their driver or rider based on a user’s personal profile and can filter for gender, co-worker or classmate, proximity to the preferred route and other factors, according to an announcement of the service.
The city announced Wednesday that Coons, a 46-year-old Lawrenceville native, would take over the role. He had been the interim fire chief since January when Jeff Hogan left for the state fire marshal role.
One trail 8 to 10 feet wide would run along the south side of Buice Road, extending an existing, 10-foot-wide trail from its current terminus at Papillon Trace to Spruill Road.