Snellville residents are one step closer to having a downtown area.
Snellville's Downtown Development Authority has officially acquired the former U.S. Post Office building on Oak Road. City officials said it s the final piece of property needed in what will become The Grove at Towne Center.
The city’s Public Works Department and Snellville Historical Society will preserve pieces of the tree and its legacy.
Earlier this month, Snellville officials made the challenging decision to cancel the 2021 Snellville Days Festival due to complications brought on by COVID-19.
Snellville’s Mayor Pro Tem Dave Emanuel recently swore in four new members to the Snellville Youth Commission.
A veteran Snellville police officer was sent off into retirement Monday night with praise from city leaders and an emphatic “Good boy.”
Snellville officials recently met with Gwinnett County Department of Transportation, Walton EMC and CPL engineers to discuss ways to make crossing Wisteria Drive safer for pedestrians and bikers on the city’s new Greenway Trail.
Snellville has reached an agreement with a developer to develop and lease the City Market that will be at the heart of the city's The Grove at Towne Center development.
Mid Cast LLC will partner with Snellville to design, build and lease the City Market building planned for The Grove at Towne Center.
Both project are scheduled to be reviewed at the Nov. 24 meeting of the Snellville planning commission.