Snellville Citizens Police Academy
Citizens Police Academy looking for applicants

Snellville– The city’s police department is now accepting applications for the 18th session of the Citizens Police Academy. Founded in the spring of 2003, the Academy has grown to a 12-week program which takes place twice a year. It is designed to educate the public about the operation of the police department and how the involvement of the community can help deter crime.

New Emergency Sirens Installed in Duluth  
Weather warning system upgraded

Duluth, GA  – Safety continues to be the City of Duluth’s first priority and that’s no exception to the weather warning system that has been in place since February of 2000.  The first of five new emergency weather sirens was installed at the Southeastern Railroad Museum in Duluth on Monday, July 28th, 2014

Tom and Laura Vooris, owners of Choices to You, at the Jazzy Cajun thing in May were presenting sponsors and support many local organizations to beneift those in need.

Choices to You
By Beth Volpert

Everyday, all over town, the question, “What would you like for dinner?” is asked by thousands of people.

City hires consultant to review multi-family development plans

SNELLVILLE (July 20, 2014) – The city has retained a consultant experienced with municipal development regulations to determine how two proposed multi-family and mixed residential housing developments may impact the city and nearby neighborhoods before they are considered by the city’s Planning Commission and Mayor and Council.

Ga DOT Survey on transportation needs and funding

As state and national leaders consider alternatives for funding future transportation needs, the Georgia Department of Transportation wants to know what Georgians would like in their 21st Century transportation system and how they recommend paying for it.