Extreme fire danger caused by ongoing drought has prompted a temporary ban on the following: all outdoor burning; smoking, grilling, and campfires in all County-operated parks; and fireworks usage.
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  • Volunteer Gwinnett

    • TV 23


      Watch archived footage of government meetings, PSA’s.

    Episode 168
    December 5 – 18, 2016

  • Stay safe during the holidays

    - November 24, 2016

  • Fire danger prompts ban on outdoor burning, other activities

    - November 18, 2016

  • State EPD declares Level 2 drought

    - November 18, 2016

  • Voters approve SPLOST renewal

    - November 14, 2016

  • Public hearing for 2017 proposed budget: December 5

    - December 2, 2016


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Holiday performances by Gwinnett schools

Gwinnett County schools will spread the holiday spirit at the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center throughout December. Come out and enjoy the sounds of the holidays during your lunch break.

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FOCUS ON: Providing high quality services

FOCUS ON features stories about how your county government employees focus on providing high quality services to you each and every day. Those stories spotlight Gwinnett County Government work groups such as the Police Department’s Crime Prevention Unit, Transportation’s Road Assessment Team, and Fire and Emergency Services’ Swiftwater Rescue Team.

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Veterans Day Ceremony 2016: View the video

On November 11, 2016 Gwinnett officials hosted a Veterans Day ceremony and paid tribute to the men and women who served honorably in the military, during wartime or peacetime. This annual event included a special recognition of all veterans who attended the ceremony.

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Parks and Recreation named top agency in the state

The Georgia Recreation and Park Association recognized Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation as the number one park agency in the state serving populations of 150,001 during the group’s annual conference in November. The association credited Gwinnett’s diversity and growth in addition to public-private partnerships, alternative funding mechanisms, creative planning, design and development, and resident input.

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Voters approve SPLOST renewal

On November 8, 2016, Gwinnett County voters approved the renewal of the one-cent SPLOST sales tax. The six-year program will start when the current program expires next March. It will raise an estimated $950 million for capital projects.

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