Richard T. Alexander Jr., Esq., Clerk of Courts in the Gwinnett Judicial Circuit, launched the clerk's new web portal July 10, 2019. The new portal will take the place of the previous webpage and is compatible with the clerk's new case management system, Odyssey, by Tyler Technologies Inc.

The Georgia Department of Transportation is in the beginning stages of project development for the widening of Scenic Highway from Highway 78 to Sugarloaf Parkway and is looking for input on how the project will affect environmental, economic and social concerns in the area.
There is no immediate timeline for this project.

Mill Creek High School produced one of the best yearbooks of the year according to the Printing Industries of America. The school received a 2019 Premier Print Award Certificate of Merit for outstanding achievement in the production of its 2019 Accipiter yearbook.

Mayors Salter, Newton, and Mason are panel guests at Southwest Gwinnett Chamber's July breakfast meeting.

With Gwinnett poised for major economic development in the coming years, business owners in the Southwest sector of the County are curious about the local impact and upcoming opportunities.

Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released the Cyanobacteria Assessment Network (CyAN) mobile application (app), a tool that uses satellite data to alert users that a harmful algal bloom could be forming based on specific changes in the color of the water in more than 2,000 of the largest lakes and reservoirs across the United States.

Georgia law enforcement officers will be working during the holiday to take drunk drivers off the road

The Georgia State Patrol and local law enforcement are reminding everyone to drive sober so they want have to pull you over during the July 4th holiday weekend.