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Gwinnett County offers storm debris removal along county, state roads

To assist residents with disposal of yard debris caused by Tropical Storm Irma, Gwinnett County will provide free storm debris removal along county and state roads.
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    Volunteer Gwinnett

    Episode 188
    September 11 – 24, 2017

  • Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Gwinnett

    - September 19, 2017

  • Make plans to attend the Public Safety Fall Festival on September 23

    - September 19, 2017

  • Gwinnett County offers storm debris removal along county, state roads

    - September 15, 2017

  • Transit extends online survey deadline to September 25

    - July 28, 2017

  • SPLOST: Commissioners approve 2017 SPLOST projects

    - August 7, 2017


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Recovering from Tropical Storm Irma

Cleaning up after a storm can be a complicated and multi-faceted process, ranging from dealing with insurance companies for home repairs to disposing of downed trees. Here are some tips to help Gwinnett County residents and businesses make the recovery period a little less painful.

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Dogs, cats evacuated from Glynn County to Gwinnett to be available for adoption

You can help provide a caring home for dogs and cats displaced by Hurricane Irma as evacuated animals from Glynn County are placed for adoption at the Gwinnett County Animal Welfare and Enforcement Center in Lawrenceville.

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September is Library Card Sign-up Month

This September marks the 30th anniversary of Library Card Sign-up Month, a nationwide celebration of the services libraries provide to their communities. Take this month as an opportunity to sign up for a library card if you don’t already have one, or to explore your local libraries if you do

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4-H Farm Friends exhibit teaches about animals, farm life at Gwinnett Fair

The 4-H Farm Friends exhibit at the Gwinnett County Fair from September 14 to 24 provides city folks a chance to watch baby chicks hatch, calves nurse from a bottle, and goats play in their pen.

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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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