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Special Election results: March 19 transit contract referendum

Special Election results: March 19 transit contract referendum

To view the results of the March 19 transit contract referendum click here.

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Volunteers needed for Earth Day event

Volunteers needed for Earth Day event

Help us maintain a sustainable environment by volunteering at Gwinnett County’s annual Earth Day event on Saturday, April 13 at the Gwinnett County Fairgrounds, located at 2405 Sugarloaf Parkway in Lawrenceville.

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April 1 is homestead exemption application deadline

April 1 is homestead exemption application deadline

Tax Commissioner Richard Steele reminds Gwinnett County homeowners that the deadline to apply for a homestead exemption is April 1.

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Service day changes for Waste Pro customers

Service day changes for Waste Pro customers

Waste Pro, a hauler that serves residents in unincorporated southwest Gwinnett, is making changes to service days going forward for Gwinnett County customers that will take effect the week of March 25, 2019. Affected customers will receive a notice from Waste Pro by mail regarding the changes.

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Gwinnett Animal Shelter Celebrates Free Fridays and St. Pitty’s Day

Gwinnett Animal Shelter Celebrates Free Fridays and St. Pitty’s Day

The Gwinnett Animal Shelter is bringing back Free Fridays for the month of March and hosting a puppy version of a St. Patrick’s Day special.

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Gwinnett County hosts supplier networking event for potential vendors

Gwinnett County hosts supplier networking event for potential vendors

The Gwinnett County Purchasing Division is inviting prospective vendors to attend its 13th Annual Supplier Networking Event on April 11 to meet various government buyers and learn about opportunities to do business with the County.

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County accepting applications for third Youth Commission class

Gwinnett County is recruiting high school students for the Gwinnett Youth Commission, a program to develop young leaders who can speak on behalf of youth in Gwinnett and be engaged in the community.

 

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County accepting applications for third Youth Commission class

County accepting applications for third Youth Commission class

Gwinnett County is recruiting high school students for the Gwinnett Youth Commission, a program to develop young leaders who can speak on behalf of youth in Gwinnett and be engaged in the community.

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Nash explains transit contract referendum in State of the County Address

Nash explains transit contract referendum in State of the County Address

In her 2019 State of the County Address (read the text or watch the video), Gwinnett County Chairman Charlotte Nash told an audience of about 900 business and civic leaders that Gwinnett County voters soon will decide the future of transit and the county for decades to come.

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Gwinnett Board of Commissioners approves final 2040 Unified Plan

Gwinnett Board of Commissioners approves final 2040 Unified Plan

The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners on February 5 approved the final draft of the 2040 Unified Plan following a favorable review by the state Department of Community Affairs and the Atlanta Regional Commission.

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