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Advance voting continues; more opportunities to vote before Nov. 3

Advance voting continues; more opportunities to vote before Nov. 3

Advance Voting for the November 3 General and Special Election continues this weekend at nine sites around Gwinnett, and there are more opportunities than ever for voters to cast their ballot before Election Day.

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Learn the facts about Gwinnett transit plan for November referendum

Learn the facts about Gwinnett transit plan for November referendum

This November, Gwinnett residents will have the opportunity to invest in 82 major transit and infrastructure projects using a one-percent transit sales tax. Compared to previous plans, the Gwinnett Transit Plan funds more transportation choices and delivers them sooner, while giving Gwinnett

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Republic service day change for some customers

Republic service day change for some customers

Republic Services, one of the County’s trash and recycling haulers, is changing the service day for some customers effective October 26, 2020. Residents can determine if their trash and recycling collection will be affected by entering their address into this Service Area Map.

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#ListenTo<br>GwinnettMoms

#ListenTo
GwinnettMoms

We're not too proud to admit it – our moms were right about handwashing, staying away from strangers, and so much more. And guess what? They're still right – their advice has never been more relevant than in this moment of COVID-19. So, instead of yet another public official telling you to stay safe, Gwinnett County has turned to a source we all trust: Gwinnett moms. #ListenToGwinnettMoms is more than a safety campaign. It's a way for moms to share their care with the rest of us. And here's what they have to say.

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SPLOST: Venture Drive roundabout nearly complete

Construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Day Drive and Venture Drive near Steve Reynolds Boulevard is on track to be finished before the end of the year, weather permitting.

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2020 property tax <br>bills mailed, due December 1

2020 property tax
bills mailed, due December 1

Tax Commissioner Richard Steele announced that this year’s property tax bills will be mailed to property owners by October 1 with payment due December 1.

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COVID-19 update: Impact to courts, elections, parks and more

COVID-19 update: Impact to courts, elections, parks and more

Gwinnett County Government is monitoring developments in the spread of the coronavirus outbreak and how it may affect our residents, employees, and our delivery of important County services.

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Gwinnett earns top marks from ratings agencies again

Gwinnett earns top marks from ratings agencies again

Gwinnett’s management and financial policies served as the basis for receiving AAA bond ratings from all three bond-rating agencies, a distinction the County has held for over 20 years. The highest possible ratings allow the County to borrow money and refinance bonds at favorable interest rates, saving taxpayers millions of dollars in future interest payments.

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Input requested for proposed new interchange on I-85 at McGinnis Ferry Road

Input requested for proposed new interchange on I-85 at McGinnis Ferry Road

Gwinnett County and the Georgia Department of Transportation are collecting input on a proposed full-diamond interchange on I-85 at McGinnis Ferry Road. The project is a proposed solution to improve traffic congestion and reduce crash frequency on McGinnis Ferry Road at I-85.

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Gwinnett awards contract for improvements on Pleasant Hill Road

Gwinnett awards contract for improvements on Pleasant Hill Road

The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners on September 1 awarded a construction contract to widen Pleasant Hill Road from the Chattahoochee River to Peachtree Industrial Boulevard. This project, which includes a boardwalk and multi-use path, was awarded to Summit Construction Development, LLC, the lowest of four responsive bidders.

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