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Long-Awaited Sprouts Farmers Market Opens

City Council on Hand for Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony

We’ve watched the construction for months, now the wait is over. Sprouts Farmers Market officially opened on Wednesday, Aug. 20. 

Crowds eager to see and shop in the new store queued up for the 7 a.m. opening in Peachtree Corners. And the City Council had the chance to see the store on Tuesday before its official opening and helped store staff celebrate with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

The new store is located at 5130 Peachtree Parkway, telephone: 678-690-1249; website: www.sprouts.com 





 Burger King Unveils Newly Renovated Restaurant

The next time you stop by the Burger King on Peachtree Industrial Boulevard and Medlock Bridge Road, you'll be pleasantly surprised with the restaurant's new look.

The Peachtree Corners eatery just recently received a major facelift and city leaders stopped by to help celebrate with a grand re-opening ribbon cutting ceremony. 

The five-week project included interior and exterior improvments and major upgrades to the kitchen, dining room and seating areas. Read more ... 


 City Loses Long Time Champion of Peachtree Corners

Jim Cowart, who developed many of the subdivision in the city and whose generous donations of land allowed the YMCA to expand to Peachtree Corners, has passed away.

Cowart, an Atlanta native, died at his home on Friday, Aug. 15. He was 82. Cowart was a renowned real estate developer with a career that spanned over 50 years; he spent most of his years developing in North Fulton and Gwinnett County.

"Jim Cowart's imprint is all over Peachtree Corners," said Gay Shook, a long-time resident and former editor and writer of The Weekly.  Read more ... 




QuikTrip Unveils New Prototype Store in Peachtree Corners

City leaders were on hand early Wednesday morning, Aug. 7, to celebrate the grand opening of QuikTrip’s new store on Peachtree Corners Circle. 

Located on Peachtree Corners Circle near Peachtree Industrial Boulevard, the new store is part of the Tulsa, Oklahoma-based company’s new Generation 3 concept stores. The new design has expanded food offerings and now serves up a variety of made-to-order items such as pizzas, flatbreads, pretzels, smoothies and ice creams.

The Peachtree Corners store is located at 3229 Peachtree Corners Circle. Read more ...



Peachtree Corners Councilmembers Lorri Christopher (left) and Phil Sadd (right) and volunteer Elaine Fuerst helped kick off the 4th annual Stuff-the-Bus school supply campaign. 

Nearly 9,000 Items Collected in Stuff-the-Bus Drive

Peachtree Corners City Hall one of 23 collection sites 

PEACHTREE CORNERS, GA, Aug. 5, 2014 -- School bells were ringing Tuesday morning as thousands of Gwinnett County public school students returned to classes for the 2014-15 school year.

And thanks to a month-long campaign to collect supplies for the Norcross Cluster schools. there will be plenty of pencils, papers and backpacks to share. Read more ...



Peachtree Corners Mayor Mike Mason 

Mayor Mike Mason Delivers State of the City Address

On Monday, July 21 Peachtree Corners Mayor Mike Mason delivered his second State of the City address. Below is a link to his speech which he delivered to three different groups: the Peachtree Corners Business Association at a 7:30 a.m. breakfast meeting, at noon before the Peachtree Corners Rotary Club and in the evening at a UPCCA-hosted event.

Highlights of his speech include the major steps the city has accomplished in its first 24 months, plans for the new Town Center, the Livable Centers Initiative grant the city will use to design a plan for a Central Business District, efforts to revitalize Holcomb Bridge Road, improvements to Technology Park, upgraded city website, promotional initiatives to increase awareness of Peachtree Corners' identity and the newly formed Green Committee. 

Please click here for a full copy of Mayor Mason's speech


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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