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  • Volunteer Gwinnett

    • TV 23


      Watch archived footage of government meetings, PSA’s.

    Episode 177
    April 10 – 23, 2017

  • Gwinnett County extends warm thanks to volunteers

    - April 27, 2017

  • County Board of Assessors Mails Annual Notices of Assessment

    - April 19, 2017

  • Gwinnett Multicultural Festival offers fun, food, entertainment from around the globe

    - April 18, 2017

  • Additional bus routes take commuters to MARTA stations

    - April 7, 2017

  • Board approves pedestrian improvements

    - March 2, 2017


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Gwinnett Animal Welfare & Enforcement under new management

The Gwinnett Animal Welfare and Enforcement Unit will be under the management of the Gwinnett County Department of Community Services effective April 1. The Gwinnett County Police Department has run the animal shelter and enforcement program since 1993. 

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County still in Level 2 drought response

Despite the recent rainfall, Gwinnett County remains in the Level 2 Drought Response that was declared in November. Lake Lanier is a large reservoir, fed by smaller streams that have been slow to recover from the drought. As a result, Lake Lanier has been slow to refill and is currently 10 feet below full pool. 

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Join the Great American Cleanup 2017 and earn green for going green

It’s time for the annual Great American Cleanup, the nation’s largest annual community improvement program. From March 1 to May 31, more than 4 million volunteers and concerned citizens across the nation will work together to beautify neighborhoods, reduce waste, initiate recycling programs, and plant trees.

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Be wary of jury duty scams

Jury duty scams are on the rise again, so watch out for these fraudulent calls. Typically the caller says it's the Gwinnett Sheriff's Office calling to tell the victims that they didn't show up for jury duty and that they now owe a fine of as much as $900, which can be paid over the phone with a prepaid debit card. Gwinnett County's law enforcement agencies do not call people to demand money.

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Nash gives State of the County Address

In her seventh annual State of the County Address, (read the text or watch the video) Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners Chairman Charlotte Nash declared the county’s condition to be “remarkable,” highlighting multiple accomplishments while acknowledging challenges in the future.

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