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 The final Concept Plan for the Town Center was approved during the Dec. 16, 2014 City Council Meeting.
Council OKs Plans for New Town Center, Townhome Development
After nearly eight months on the drawing board, the Mayor and Council gave their final nod of approval for the plans for the city's new Town Center.
The Town Center, to be build on 20.6 acres of undeveloped land on Peachtree Parkway across from The Forum, will be a mixed-use development that features retail, restaurants, office space, townhomes - and a 2-acre Town Green. The expected date of completion is the fall, 2017.
Also approved were plans for a 25-lot townhome subdivision on 4.33 acres on Spalding Drive. The homes will be built on the former site of an office building located across from Fire Station No.4 that was destroyed by fire in 2011. Read more ...
Duke Reserve, a 25-lot townhome development, will be located on 4.33 acres onSpalding Drive across the street from Fire Station No. 4. 
Jacob Hanley (second from left) was recognized by the City of Peachtree Corners for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout . He is pictured with his father, Jack, Mayor Mike Mason and his mother Monica.
Peachtree Corners Student Earns Eagle Scout Rank
At the City Council Meeting Tuesday, Dec. 16, the Mayor and City Council had the pleasure of recognizing one of its citizens for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest level in Scouting.
Mayor Mike Mason presented Jacob Hanley, a student at Pinecrest Academy, with a proclaimation to recognize the achievement that only about six percent of Boy Scouts ever achieve according to the Boy Scouts of America website.
Jacob obtained his Eagle Scout rank by building a devotional area with a statue of Our Lady of Victory placed near Pinecrest's athletic field as a 2015 senior class gift to the school.  Read more ...
Transportation Improvement City's Top Priority
SPLOST money to fund four projects set to begin in 2015
Residents who travel through the city during rush hour know all too well the intersections where traffic tie ups can slow them down. Thanks to nearly $20 million in SPLOST funds, relief is on the way.
The City will partner with Gwinnett County on four transporation projects as part of the 2014 Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST). Read more ... 
The gateway sign at the split between Peachtree Parkway and Peachtree Industrial Boulevard is decorated and lighted for the holidays. 
Peachtree Corners Monument Sign Lighted for the Holidays
If you've recently traveled northbound where Peachtree Parkway and Peachtree Industrial Boulevard split, you've undoubtedly noticed that the Peachtree Corners Paul Duke Parkway gateway sign is adorned with lights and holiday decorations.
It's the first time the stone-based sign, which was erected by the United Peachtree Corners Civic Association (UPCCA) in 2008, has been lighted for the holidays. Earlier this year, the UPCCA worked with Georgia Power to have electricity run to the sign
The sign was built with combined funds raised by the UPCCA and grant money from the state. UPCCA also raised the funds for the lighting project.
The City's public works department, which will take over the maintenance of the sign along with its other duties, added the lights, garland and tree just before the Thanksgiving holiday. Both the sign and tree will light up each evening through the holidays.  Read more ... 
The city's gateway sign in the evening. 
Plans for Creating Central Business District Revealed at City's Open House

 The top photo is a current view of the shopping center where IHOP and Chick-fil-A are currently located. The second image is the architect's vision for a mixed-use development on the corner and includes a pedestrian bridge connecting to the adjacent shopping center.
The architect's vision for a utility easement on Technology Parkway: Transform the area into a walk and bike path and landscape portions of the center turn lanes which are often un-used.
Technology Park has a number of office buildings overlooking small lakes. The architect's rendering shows condominiums built next to an existing office building. The condominium complex overlooks a grassy area leading to the lake where residents can enjoy boating and walk along the trails on the water's edge. 
    Creating a vision for a walkable, connected downtown core, and fashioning a community identity was the focus of a study the City launched earlier this year.
    Through a series of community meetings, online surveys, mail and social media, residents and business owners and operators had the chance to provide input into the study. The ultimate goal was to develop a concept plan the city would use as a guide. The results you see here are architectual visions for enhancing the area of Peachtree Parkway between Medlock Bridge and Holcomb Bridge Roads. 
    Elements of the study included finding ways to improve problem traffic areas, ideas for redeveloping aging strip malls, ways to integrate pedestrian and bike paths within the business district and ideas for creating safe, efficient ways for foot traffic to cross Peachtree Parkway.   Read more ...


Did you know ...
In 1978 the Congress created the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area consisting of 48 miles of the river from Buford Dam to Peachtree Creek. The area includes the seven miles that marks the western border of the city of Peachtree Corners. Pictured is Jones Bridge Park overlooking the river.

 The Chattahoochee River at Jones Bridge Park. The Gwinnett County Park is located at 4901 E. Jones Bridge Road, Peachtree Corners, GA 30092.


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