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    Volunteer Gwinnett

    Episode 185
    July 31 – August 13, 2017

  • Share the road safely this school year

    - August 7, 2017

  • Catapalooza has been extended through the month of August

    - August 2, 2017

  • Gwinnett developing plan for transit's short-term, long-term future

    - July 28, 2017

  • SPLOST: Commissioners approve 2017 SPLOST projects

    - August 7, 2017

  • Gwinnett celebrates official opening of its third project in seven days

    - July 20, 2017


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Nightly lane closures on State Route 316 through August 18

Road work on State Route 316 will require lane closures between SR 120 and SR 20 from 9:00pm to 5:00am this week. Weather permitting, the Georgia Department of Transportation will close one lane of SR 316 eastbound each night through Friday, August 18.

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2017 Property Tax Bills in the mail and due October 15

Tax Commissioner Richard Steele announced that 2017 property tax bills are being mailed to Gwinnett County taxpayers this week. All bills will have a single due date of October 15. Taxpayers may choose to make a single payment or partial payments as long as the total due is paid by the due date.

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Commissioners kick off demolition of Olympic tennis center for future redevelopment

Demolition of the former Olympic tennis stadium in Stone Mountain officially began Tuesday, August 1. Officials from Gwinnett County, the Stone Mountain Memorial Association and the Evermore Community Improvement District offered a farewell and shared their excitement about a new life for the site.

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Gwinnett Fire improves ISO rating, achieves accreditation

Gwinnett Fire Chief Casey Snyder reported to commissioners in a briefing on August 3 that the county’s fire rating improved by two points and his department has achieved national accreditation.

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Gwinnett County remains in a Level 2 Drought Response

Metro Atlanta has received over 32 inches of rain since the beginning of the year, which may leave some residents wondering why Gwinnett County is still in a Level 2 Drought Response. 

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