Sugar Hill hosted a virtual conversation about downtown Sugar Hill and the city’s participation in the Main Street Georgia program.
Sugar Hill is seeking input from the community through a survey on the housing market. The survey results will help shape the city’s comprehensive update of the housing assessment first prepared in 2016.
Sugar Hill has developed a new web-based Interactive Development Map showing projects under construction as well as zoning cases. The map offers search tools for projects within Sugar Hill city limits as well as nearby unincorporated Gwinnett.
As Sugar Hill moves forward with the development of their portion of the Gwinnett County Trails Master Plan, the city is inviting residents to take a survey to learn about the draft concept to connect Ga. 20 neighborhoods to downtown and Richland Creek.
In honor of the new ducks taking up residence in downtown Sugar Hill, the city is partnering with Quantum Bank for a fundraiser benefitting the Gwinnett Tech Foundation. The city will be selling white, rubber ducks to benefit the Parker Killian Gives Moore Scholarship.
Social distancing is apparently not required for Sugar Hill’s new downtown ducks. The team of ducks has grown from two to four during the time it has taken the city to conduct a friendly contest to name the ducks. This week, the city announced their names: Sugar, Shine, Walter and Gracie.
The Sugar Hill Youth Council is designed to help high school students learn how and why local government works and why participation in the process is important to democratic governance. The city is accepting applications now through 5 p.m. Aug. 21.
Sugar Hill residents shouldn’t have any trouble remembering the city’s proposed 2020 millage rate. It’s the same rate that the city has had for the last 16 years: 3.8 mills.
The City of Sugar Hill has tentatively adopted a 2020 millage rate of 3.8 mils, which is the same millage rate the city has adopted for 16 consecutive years.