Johns Creek and East Point are offering emergency financial assistance to residents experiencing hardship during the pandemic.
Johns Creek wants more small businesses to apply for CARES Act funds. The city has extended its application deadline for the grant in order to get the word out.
Johns Creek officials plan to discuss a new law during a Monday meeting that would allow home delivery of alcohol by businesses with a pouring or package license.
Before Fulton County’s 1% transportation special-purpose local-option sales tax (TSPLOST) ends in March 2022, its leaders will have two decisions to make: when to put its voter referendum for renewal on the ballot and whether or not the levy’s transit/MARTA component will be included this time.
The Johns Creek City Council has awarded construction contracts for roundabouts on Barnwell and Bell roads.
A mental health professional will begin assisting Johns Creek police in January with 911 calls involving mental illness or crisis intervention.
Johns Creek City Councilman Brian Weaver visited several restaurants in that north Fulton County city recently to see how they were faring and to encourage owners to ask the city for support.
Johns Creek invites residents to view and comment on proposed improvements for Brumbelow and Buice roads at two evening meetings scheduled for December.
Johns Creek’s Geographic Information Systems office has created a smart phone app that lets residents enjoy the outdoors while helping to create an inventory of tree species in city parks.
Johns Creek residents should start enjoying brighter streets and sidewalks in early December, as the Sawnee EMC begins a streetlight conversion project.