Gwinnett to build two new fire stations

Lawrenceville, Ga. – Commissioners on Tuesday approved a construction contract to build Fire Station 31 and relocate Fire Station 10. According to Gwinnett Fire Chief Casey Snyder, the stations will enhance emergency response capabilities in this fast-growing community. 

Commissioners host town hall meetings

WHAT:
The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners is hosting a series of town hall meetings to give county residents an opportunity to share their thoughts and ideas about County government services. Prior to each meeting, an open house will take place for representatives from different County departments to answer questions and talk with residents about the various services they provide.

Gwinnett Police to upgrade helicopters

Lawrenceville, Ga. – Gwinnett commissioners on Tuesday approved three contracts that, combined, offer an innovative way to replace both helicopters used by the Gwinnett County Police Department’s aviation unit for less than half the cost of buying new ones. Both units date to the mid-1980s. 

Brookwood Ultimate Frisbee 

Open to the public and benefitting Relay for Life, our school's Ultimate Frisbee team has attracted the professional Atlanta Hustle team to perform in a showcase at the inaugural Brookwood Ultimate Invitational. 

EAA Chapter 690 to Hold Eagle Flight Rally

Have you ever dreamed about learning to fly, but did not know what was involved or how much it might cost.  Saturday, April 4th is the day to get those questions answered and have an opportunity to take the controls of a light airplane. 

Commissioners unveil historic site marker

Lawrenceville, Ga., – Commissioners on Tuesday unveiled a new marker at the historic Chesser-Williams House located on the campus of the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center in Buford.

Gwinnett renews as a waterfirst community

Lawrenceville, Ga. – Gwinnett’s water conservation efforts have led to a renewal of the county’s designation as a WaterFirst community. Gwinnett was the first agency in the state to join the voluntary partnership with the Georgia Department of Community Affairs in 2003.