Johns Creek residents can discuss concerns about policing and race during a city forum this week.
Johns Creek City Manager Ed Densmore is inviting city residents, faith leaders, community leaders, city employees and business owners to talk to him early next month about race relations and other issues in the north Fulton city.
Gwinnett County and the city of Johns Creek are getting funding from the state to pay for road widening projects on Sugarloaf Parkway and McGinnis Ferry Road, Gov. Brian Kemp and the State Road and Tollway Authority announced Tuesday.
While some Memorial Day tributes have been canceled in north Fulton, there will be opportunities to honor veterans during the holiday weekend.
Johns Creek has put out the word that it’s seeking applicants for the Town Center Advisory Committee, a panel that will review and provide feedback to staff during the development of a Town Center Master Plan.
The City of Johns Creek announced that it plans to re-open select public parks and facilities starting Friday.
The Johns Creek Public Works Department this week will launch the sixth year of its neighborhood repaving program, with six subdivisions scheduled to get renewed streets this year, according to a city announcement.
The Johns Creek City Council has approved a one-year continuation of the rental program at the Mark Burkhalter Amphitheater at Newtown Park.
Johns Creek has announced that its one-of-a-kind cricket pitch has been completed on Field 2 at Shakerag Park.
The Johns Creek City Council has awarded a $1.05 million construction contract to CMES Inc. for intersection improvements at Bell and Medlock Bridge roads.