• Volunteer Gwinnett

    • TV 23

      TVGwinnett

      Watch archived footage of government meetings, PSA’s.


    Episode 110
    September 14 – 28, 2014


    • Today's Air Quality Forecast

      This is issued by Clean Air Campaign.

      Smog Season is from May 1 to September 30.



  • Register to vote before October 6 deadline

    - September 18, 2014

     
  • Sign up to volunteer for Great Days of Service

    - September 15, 2014

     
  • Celebrate with your family at the annual Public Safety Fall Festival

    - September 2, 2014

     
  • 2014 Property tax bills due October 1

    - July 28, 2014

     
  • SPLOST: Renovations approved for two Bethesda Park pools

    - July 8, 2014

     
 
 
 

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Four residents serving on 2015 budget review team

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Final Human Trafficking Forum held September 23

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Atlanta Regional Commission wants to know: ‘What do you think?’

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