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Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation

Ball fields, courts, playgrounds, skate parks and pavilions closed immediately

County closes park areas to enforce social distancing, modifies hours

Ball fields, courts, playgrounds, skate parks and pavilions closed immediately,
trails remain open
 
Gwinnett County released in a statement effectively immediately, Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation park hours are sunrise to sunset and certain areas within parks will be closed in the interest of public health.

Lawrenceville Mayor Judy Jordan Johnson, second from right, receives the Georgia Recreation and Park Association Volunteer of the Year award from GRPA Executive Director Steve Card, from left, Gwinnett County Community Services Director Tina Fleming and county commission Chairwoman Charlotte Nash.

Lawrenceville Mayor recognized by the State of Georgia

Mayor Johnson named ‘Volunteer of the Year’ by Georgia Recreation and Park Association
On October 16, 2018, Mayor Judy Jordan Johnson was named the State Volunteer of the Year by the Georgia Recreation and Park Association (GRPA).

Volunteers clearing invasive plants at Jones Bridge Park.

25th Annual National Public Lands Day celebrated at Jones Bridge Park

Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation (GCPR) celebrated National Public Lands Day on Sept. 22 at Jones Bridge Park. The 30-acre park along the Chattahoochee river bank is the heartbeat of the Peachtree Corners community, offering adventure in just about any weather or season.

Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation's aquatics staff won first place in the annual statewide lifeguard competition. From left to right are Arthur Bedard, Jacob Finco, Aiden Hall, Aliyah Berry, Joel Nickerson, Holly Smith, Aaron Murdock, Cole Hembree, and Christen Hardy.

Gwinnett County lifeguards win state competition

Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation lifeguards won first place at the annual Georgia Recreation and Park Association State Lifeguarding Competition, held at Lake Oconee in Greene County on July 16. Gwinnett County lifeguards came from several different aquatics facilities across the County and were selected based on their outstanding attention to safety, CPR/AED, first aid, teamwork and athletic skills. Guards honed these skills over the course of the summer with both written and physical skill practice.

walking trail

New trails approved for Tribble Mill Park

(Lawrenceville, Ga., June 22, 2017) – Two new paved trails are coming this year to Tribble Mill Park southeast of Lawrenceville after approval Tuesday by the Board of Commissioners. Low bidder Vertical Earth got the $539,551 construction contract.