The city of Suwanee will provide two acres of land at the intersection of the new Main Street/library driveway and Suwanee Dam Road.
The newly-renovated Suwanee municipal court building will soon feature a three-story mural on the outside of the facility.
A proposal for new townhomes was given the go-ahead by the Suwanee City Council following an approval to rezone about 16.3 acres on Peachtree Industrial Boulevard south of McGinnis Ferry Road between the two shopping centers McGinnis Crossing and Plaza at Suwanee Station.
The Suwanee City Council recently selected Allied Paving Contractors, Inc. for a $1,016,057 contract to complete street resurfacing. Six contractors submitted bids for the work with Allied Paving coming in as the lowest bidder.
The Suwanee City Council recently approved an ordinance amendment that adjusts the operating hours for breweries as well as excise taxes required by state law for canned/bottled beer.
Explore Gwinnett, the county’s convention and visitors’ bureau, has awarded the City of Suwanee Public Arts Commission a Gwinnett Creativity Fund project grant. The grants provide support for arts and cultural initiatives within Gwinnett County for 2021.
Explore Gwinnett, the county’s convention and visitors' bureau, has awarded the Suwanee Public Arts Commission a $10,000 Gwinnett Creativity Fund project grant.
Paul McCartney, check. Elvis, check. Aretha, check. Those three and several other rock legends now have a permanent home at Suwanee Town Center thanks to local artist Kim Pitts.
Following a public hearing, the Suwanee City Council voted to approve a zoning change that will allow for the construction of 4 single family detached homes at the corner of Main Street and Stonecypher Road in Old Town.
"For a $20 donation to Suwanee Public Art, families can spend a fall afternoon painting one of the brand-new bistro tables dotting the park," city officials said in an announcement. "The tables are part of the city’s effort to create more open air opportunities for digital learning, working, and dining."