The small city of about 20,000 people in eastern Gwinnett County officially signed on to an $85 million project, dubbed the Grove at Towne Center, in August.
The City Council passed an ordinance amendment Monday to mandate business owners must have "clear signage" at all property entry and exit points that warn drivers that their vehicles could be booted.
Snellville, Norcross and Braselton all had races go into the Dec. 3 runoff after no candidate received more than 50 percent of the vote in November.
Snellville officials recently unveiled the logo for ‘The Grove at Towne Center,’ the $81 million mixed-use development coming to the city.
Snellville has banned vaping in city-owned buildings, parks and other spaces.
Snellville has enacted a 12-month moratorium on new vape shops opening.
Snellville recently launched a Digital Badge Program with a meeting between city officials and area educators.
Gwinnett Technical College has partnered with Snellville to offer General Education Diploma classes in the newly remodeled space on the second floor of Snellville City Hall.
The Snellville Police Department recently won the top prize at the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety awards banquet.
Snellville City Council has passed new regulations for short-term rentals, including Airbnb.