Norcross is seeking interested citizens to join the Planning and Zoning Board and Tree Preservation Board.
The Norcross City Council recently approved the purchase and installation of five additional cameras at Rossie Brundage Park, 339-437 Autry St. Funding for the cameras, costing $34,922, will come from the Special Investigation Funds.
At the city’s Dec. council meeting, Norcross officials agreed to adopt the same language used by the county banning tobacco use creating Tobacco-Free “Areas of Play.”
The Norcross City Council recently approved the use of $14,400 ($12,000 for survey, plus 20% contingency) of SPLOST transportation funds for survey work for the Norfolk Southern Pedestrian Crossing project.
Earlier this year, the Norcross Tree Preservation Board proposed a project to place tree identification plaques at 16 trees in Pinnacle Park, 250 Pinnacle Way. The city provided $4,000 for the project.
The Norcross City Council recently approved $19,400 for the installation of a digital message center display in the gateway monument sign at the corner of Holcomb Bridge Road and Peachtree Industrial Boulevard.
The virtual format of Newton's State of the City Address included the mayor traveling around the city and talking about progress made in the city in the last year, as well as projects on the horizon.
Norcross Mayor Craig Newton has taken his State of the City address on a special virtual tour of the city, showcasing changes and accomplishments over the past 150 years, including updates on some anticipated developments to expect in 2021.
With the help of the Sizemore Group, Norcross is working to develop a strategic revitalization and redevelopment plan for the 1.85-mile long Buford Highway corridor that lies within the city.
New school zone speed detection cameras are operational in Norcross. Reasoning for the cameras comes from the Norcross Police Department.