COUNTY OFFICIALS GATHER TO CELEBRATE OPENING OF BAY CREEK POLICE PRECINCT, ALTERNATE 911 CENTER
WHAT: Gwinnett County officials will open the Bay Creek Precinct and Alternative 911 Center with a ribbon cutting and tour of the new facility.
The 12,117-square-foot police precinct will bolster police presence and improve response times in a fast-growing section of the community. The precinct facility will provide command staff offices, a squad room, a fitness center and locker rooms and evidence storage space. It will also offer convenient services to the community, such as access to reports and a community meeting room.
The Alternate 911 Center will provide reliable communication with officers and other agencies during critical incidents, including weather-related events, where communications might otherwise be compromised.
The $15.9 million project was funded by the 2009, 2014 and 2017 SPLOST programs.
WHEN: Tuesday, Dec. 3 at 4 p.m.
WHO: Gwinnett County Police Chief Tom Doran will emcee the event. Board of Commissioners Chairman Charlotte Nash and District 3 Commissioner Tommy will provide remarks.
WHERE: 185 Ozora Road, Loganville, Ga. 30052