• Volunteer Gwinnett

    • TV 23


      Watch archived footage of government meetings, PSA’s.

    Episode 146
    February 1 – 14, 2016

  • County offices closed for Presidents Day holiday

    - February 12, 2016

  • Vote in advance of the March 1 election

    - January 19, 2016

  • Police and Animal Shelter join Social Media

    - February 1, 2016

  • Gwinnett 101 gives residents an up-close look at county government

    - January 20, 2016

  • SPLOST: McDaniel Farm Park phase two construction adds amenities

    - January 13, 2016


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Our Accounting Division: Balancing Income and Expenses

FOCUS ON is a monthly feature that tells how your county government employees focus on providing high-quality services to you each and every day.

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County offers free storm spotter class

Weather forecasts are great, but when severe weather moves into our area, the National Weather Service relies on trained weather spotters to help keep them abreast of developing trends and situations. Weather radar is an excellent tool, but it only tells part of the storm’s story. Combining radar data with observations from trained observers gives the best possible picture of severe storms.

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FFY 2017 HUD Entitlement Grant Applications Available

Gwinnett County is accepting applications from organizations for the FFY 2017 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program, Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) Program, and the HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) Program. Application preparation instructions and forms are available beginning Thursday, February 4, 2016.

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Kaiser Permanente to create 600+ jobs in Gwinnett County

Governor Nathan Deal joined Georgia Department of Economic Development and Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development on January 21 to announce that Kaiser Permanente, an integrated provider of health care and coverage, will create 800 jobs in metro Atlanta – more than 600 of those in Gwinnett County - and invest $51 million in Gwinnett County.

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Commissioners adopt $1.5 billion budget

Gwinnett commissioners adopted a $1.5 billion budget for fiscal year 2016 at their first meeting of the year. With the exception of slight adjustments made to police budget, it mirrors the proposal made in November. Commissioners spent that time reviewing the budget and comments they received during a December public hearing and through an online form.

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