Guide to Gwinnett: Gwinnett County Parks
Gwinnett is fortunate enough to have nearly 50 parks scattered throughout the county equipped with family friendly pastimes like walking trails, aquatic centers, skate parks, horseshoe pits, fishing holes, and sand volleyball just to name a few. But that's not all; Gwinnett also houses quite a few unique points... Read more
Guide to Gwinnett: Business & Economic Development
Gwinnett County has an enviable business climate and has long been known as a great place to do business. Strong governmental and private leadership, a skilled and growing workforce, and an outstanding school system and higher-education options combined are just a few of the reasons that Gwinnett is home... Read more
Guide to Gwinnett: Utilities by Municipality
If you are new to Gwinnett County, setting up your utilities, electricity and waste removal is probably one of the first things on your to-do list, but overlapping service areas and complicated contracts can make it difficult.If you are new to Gwinnett County, setting up your utilities, electricity and... Read more
Guide to Gwinnett: Gwinnett County Emergency Services
Keeping over 900,000 Gwinnettians safe within almost 437 square miles is no small matter... and it takes no small number of public safety personnel to do it. Firefighting and emergency medical response in Gwinnett is generally handled by the Gwinnett County Fire & Emergency Services Department, which is the... Read more
Guide to Gwinnett: Cities, Neighbors & Friends...
World-class schools, strong economic opportunities, award-winning parks, affordable housing, diverse entertainment - there's so much to love about Gwinnett! But ask a resident their favorite thing about our community, and they'll likely mention one of our distinctive cities or neighborhoods. Each has a specific personality, from Buford's charming main... Read more
Four Prototype Prime Companies Get a Strong Start in Peachtree Corners
It was a scary good Friday the 13th for four Prototype Prime companies as their founders were issued their business licenses from the city of Peachtree Corners, GA. Thanks to a new city ordinance, any new businesses that use one of Peachtree Corners' many incubator spaces as their headquarters... Read more
VIDEO: Relay Redo!
Gwinnett County's Relay For Life was rained out in May for the first time in 24 years, but that doesn't break them! A redo event was held in October, at the Gwinnett Infinite Energy Center to honor survivors, participants and sponsors. #LoveGwinnett Our Love Gwinnett values are simple. Be... Read more
VIDEO: Paint Gwinnett Pink 2017
Gwinnett County showed up in droves to participate in the second annualPaint Gwinnett Pink 5k walk/run to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer. #LoveGwinnett Our Love Gwinnett values are simple. Be Positive. Buy Local. Help Others. Click here to learn more about this initiative. Read more
Gwinnett Coalition Still Recruiting Volunteers for Great Days of Service
More Than 500 Service Projects To Be Completed October 20 th and 21 st. The Gwinnett Coalition for Health and Human Services is actively enlisting volunteers for its 18th annual Gwinnett Great Days of Service volunteer event scheduled to take place on Friday, October 20 th and Saturday, October... Read more
City Receives 'Best Website' National Award
Its tagline is "Innovative and Remarkable" and apparently so is the city's website. The City of Peachtree Corners has received the 2017 Pinnacle Awards Competition for best website by the National Association of Government Web Professionals (NAGW). The organization selects winners by category based on population. The City of... Read more