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Vote in advance of the May 24 election

The General Primary/Nonpartisan General Election will take place Tuesday, May 24 at your regular voting precinct. To find your voting precinct or view a sample ballot, visit the Georgia Secretary of State’s My Voter Page

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Memorial Day Ceremony recognizes Gwinnett military heroes

Gwinnett County will host its annual Memorial Day Ceremonyon Monday, May 30, 2016, at 1:00pm at the Fallen Heroes Memorial in Lawrenceville. This event is held each year to celebrate and honor our county's military heroes and public service personnel.

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Tax assessors board mails annual assessment notices

In accordance with state law, the Gwinnett County Board of Assessors mailed approximately 275,000 annual notices of current assessment to residential and commercial property owners on Friday, April 8. The intent of the notice is to provide property owners with the current value associated with their property for the ad valorem tax process compared to last year’s value as well as an estimate of taxes based on the new/current value. The mandated calculation process for the estimated taxes often results in a figure that is different from actual taxes for the property; additional discussion of this is included below.  

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Tax Commissioner Announces Paperless Billing For Property Tax

Tax Commissioner Richard Steele announces that paperless billing is now available for property tax. “It’s quick and easy to sign up. You’ll receive your property tax bill securely by email in August, rather than receiving a paper bill through the mail,” said Steele.

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Transportation wants your input on future plans

Tell us what you think! The Department of Transportation invites your input as we update the Comprehensive Transportation Plan, also known as the CTP, through a community-driven process. The updated plan will summarize current and future multimodal transportation needs within Gwinnett County and will recommend projects for the next 25 years.

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