“With a new logo, new entertainment, and new downtown buzz in Sugar Hill, Sugar Rush 2019 invites everyone to enjoy an artfully festive fall,” city officials said in an announcement for the event.
The Sugar Hill City Council recently awarded a $1,079,109 contract to Barnsley Construction Group for improvements to the Bowl concert venue. The design includes a new concession kiosk between City Hall and the suites, upgraded seating options and surface materials in the Bowl, and permanent divider panels in the suites.
Students should be willing to engage Sugar Hill’s mayor and city council as well as their student bodies and attend city council meetings.
Sugar Hill’s E Center includes a 406-seat performing arts theater, gymnasium, and 43,000 square feet of restaurant, retail, office and meeting space, all overlooking the city’s outdoor amphitheater, The Bowl.
The proposed millage rate will result in a property tax increase of about 6.92 percent. Without this tentative tax increase, Sugar Hill’s millage rate would need to be lowered to the rollback rate of 3.554 mills.
Sugar Hill is embracing the city’s history of moonshining on the Chattahoochee by affectionately calling their downtown entertainment area “Sugar Hill’s Intersection of Neighborhoods and Entertainment,” or the SHINE District.