charlottenashMulticultural Festival: Get Out and Meet Your Neighbors 
By Charlotte J. Nash 
Chairman - Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

Since first taking office in 2011, I have made it a priority to find ways to involve a wide variety of Gwinnett residents in county government. It started out with a program called Volunteer Gwinnett that had a goal of engaging residents in meaningful way to help Gwinnett County provide essential services. Now we have a robust and growing community outreach program.

Helping Gwinnett’s Seniors Age in Place
By Charlotte J. Nash 
Chairman - Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

With Baby Boomers reaching retirement age, Gwinnett’s older adult population continues to grow. In fact, residents over the age of 65 numbered about 80,000 in 2015, a 45 percent jump from just five years earlier.

Gwinnett Outreach: building community
By Charlotte J. Nash, Chairman
Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

We’ve come a long way since Maj. Gen. Allen Daniel, of the Georgia Militia’s 4th Division, issued orders for a new and better fort to be built at Hog Mountain in October 1813. Gwinnett County was established five years later in 1818 and our residents have been making things new and better ever since. 

Economic development: growing the local economy

By Charlotte J. Nash, Chairman
Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners

My fellow commissioners and I often talk about our vision for Gwinnett County’s future. One of our shared goals is to make Gwinnett a place where our children and grandchildren will want to live, work, learn, and play.

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