Snellville’s City Council recently voted unanimously to adopt the city’s Unified Development Ordinance, which updates and consolidates the city’s existing zoning and development regulations.
Snellville police and Eastside Medical Center are teaming up this weekend to collect unused and expired medications that residents have laying around their homes.
The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety has chosen the Snellville Police Department as one of 21 law enforcement agencies to receive a Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic grant for 2021.
The city and co-developers CASTO and MidCity recently announced that a City Market construction and leasing agreement for the development had been reached and approved by the city council.
Snellville officials recently broke ground on the Greenway Trail, a project that will provide a trail system around the city's The Grove at Towne Center development.
The city announced the suspension of Snellville Tourism and Trade events on Thursday. The only events expected to continue this fall are the Snellville Farmer’s Market and Food Truck Friday events.
The approval of the millage rate, which determines how much property owners will pay the city in property taxes, come on the heels of the City Council’s adoption of a $13.06 million city budget in June.
Following a series of public hearings, Snellville’s Mayor and City Council voted to approve a millage rate of 4.588 mills. This is the sixth year in a row the city has adopted the same millage rate.
Snellville officials are asking residents to weigh in on the city’s proposed Unified Development Ordinance that is set to be adopted later this year.
Snellville is seeking input from residents on the proposed Unified Development Ordinance. The UDO brings together the city’s ordinances and regulations into one document making it easier for residents, builders and city officials to find information about land use, subdivisions, flood and environmental protection and building standards.