– April 24, 2014
Governor Nathan Deal
joined county officials from across the state at the 100th annual
conference of ACCG, Georgia’s county association, held April 11-15 at the
Savannah International Trade and Convention Center. In addition to giving the
centennial keynote address, he also installed the association’s 2014-2015 Board
of Managers. Gwinnett County Chairman Charlotte Nash was sworn in as ACCG First
Vice President and will serve as part of the association’s 40-member Board of
Managers for the next year. She is slated to become the association’s next
president in April 2015.
– April 17, 2014
On April 16, 2014, the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners allocated 2014 SPLOST program funds within the public safety category. Commissioners also approved project lists in accordance with the purposes outlined in the referendum approved by voters last November. In addition to public safety, other purposes include transportation, recreation, senior services, and libraries. All 16 cities in Gwinnett County are also sharing in the sales tax proceeds.
– April 15, 2014
The Gwinnett County Animal Welfare and
Enforcement Center is having a spring cleaning day on Saturday, April 19
beginning at 9:30am.
– April 10, 2014
Please join the Solid Waste Division on Saturday, May 10, 2014, at Coolray Field, home of the Gwinnett Braves as we celebrate Mother Earth by hosting a free recycling event. This event will feature electronics recycling ($10 cash fee per TV), tire recycling (limit eight tires per vehicle; no dealer tires), and paint collection (limit five one-gallon cans per vehicle; no paint thinners, stains, spackle, oil paint cans, rusted paint cans, or dried-up paint). Please bring your gently used or old sneakers to be donated to those in need or recycled into surfaces for local playgrounds and running tracks. Residents can enjoy free kids’ activities and touch-a-truck, and will have the opportunity to meet their haulers.
– April 4, 2014
County is observing this year’s theme of Ready and Resilient Counties:
Prepare. Respond. Thrive. by providing helpful information on how Gwinnett
County residents can prepare for and respond to natural or manmade