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Sign up for Gwinnett 101 Citizens Academy by March 1

The Gwinnett 101 Citizens Academy is now accepting applications for the 2020 spring cohort, which runs from April 9 through June 23.

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Officials dedicate renovated Beauty P. Baldwin elections office

Gwinnett County leaders and elections officials recently formally dedicated the renovated Voter Registrations and Elections office in Lawrenceville, naming it after longtime Voter Registrations and Elections Board Member Beauty P. Baldwin.

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Nash gives final State of the County address

Gwinnett Board of Commissioners Chairman Charlotte Nash voiced optimism that the county’s future leaders will continue to meet Gwinnett’s challenges at her 10th and final State of the County Address February 12 at the Infinite Energy Center. She called on the audience of about 920 business, civic, and political leaders to be bold and thoughtful to ensure Gwinnett continues to “bend the trend.” She frequently referred to the Gwinnett Standard, a high measure of professionalism and service that the County strives to meet.

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SPLOST: Gwinnett helping pay for pedestrian bridge over the Chattahoochee

SPLOST: Gwinnett helping pay for pedestrian bridge over the Chattahoochee

The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners recently agreed to help pay for the replacement of the existing span with a new bridge over the Chattahoochee River. The bridge will provide bicycle and pedestrian access to the parks and trails in Duluth and Johns Creek.

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2020 Candidate Qualifying Information

2020 Candidate Qualifying Information

Qualifying for political party candidates, independent candidates, and nonpartisan candidates will begin Monday, March 2 at 9:00am and end Friday, March 6 at noon.

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Vote advance in person or absentee/advance by mail

This year, the Voter Registrations and Elections Office is offering more voting days or voting opportunities than ever before.

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Register to vote in March Presidential Preference Primary

The deadline to register to vote and be eligible to cast a ballot in the March 24 Presidential Preference Primary is Monday, February 24.

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Gwinnett County and GDOT Seek Public Input for I-85’s Future

Gwinnett County and GDOT Seek Public Input for I-85’s Future

The Georgia Department of Transportation and Gwinnett County have partnered to conduct a comprehensive corridor study along I-85 between I-285 and I-985.

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Census questionnaires coming soon

Census questionnaires coming soon

The census, the decennial counting of every person in America, will have significant impact on Gwinnett for business, redistricting, and economic policy. To make it easy for people to participate, the census questionnaire can be filled out by phone, by mail, or for the first time, online.

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Gwinnett celebrates Black History Month with exhibit and reception

Gwinnett celebrates Black History Month with exhibit and reception

Gwinnett County is hosting a month-long Black History Month exhibit at the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center featuring contributions from a variety of community organizations, including the United Ebony Society of Gwinnett County Inc., Discovery High School, the RKL Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity, the NAACP – Gwinnett Chapter, and more.

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