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Information about utility services provided by cities is available by going to each city's individual website.
Gwinnett County provides water and sewer services through its Department of Water Resources.
Trash Pickup/Recycling/Solid Waste Disposal
Trash pickup/recycling services are provided by private companies in unincorporated areas.
The natural gas market in Georgia was deregulated in 1998. Please visit the Georgia Public Service Commission website for a current list of providers.
Electric providers have residential service territories assigned by the Georgia Public Service Commission, but they compete for many new commercial and industrial customers.
The following providers have assigned residential territories in Gwinnett County:
Street Light Outage
Report street light outages to the respective power company shown above that services your neighborhood.
Affordable Connectivity Program
Get affordable internet service for home! Gwinnett residents may qualify for low-cost broadband internet service through the Affordable Connectivity Program, a Federal Communications Commission program.
Visit AffordableConnectivity.gov or call 877.384.2575 to learn more about eligibility and to apply.
A competitive market for local phone service was established by state legislation in 1995 and federal law in 1996. Today there are hundreds of providers operating in Georgia. Please see the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) website for more information.
To have your phone number listed on the PSC's Georgia No Call List, call 1.877.426.6225
Note: Gwinnett County is located in the largest toll-free calling area in the U.S.
Cable TV services in Gwinnett County are provided by the following companies:
The Georgia Public Service Commission is the official authority on most utility services in Georgia. For a complete list of electric, natural gas, and telephone providers, go to www.psc.state.ga.us or call 404.656.4501.