News and Updates
Residents and business owners eager to offer feedback on the future growth of the area, crowded around the maps of the Holcomb Bridge Road Corridor study area. 
Holcomb Bridge Road Corridor Workshop Draws
Large Crowd
The room at the Brunswick's Bowling Alley was filled to capacity Thursday night (Aug. 20) with residents and business owners eager to participate in the second workshop as part of the city's Holcomb Bridge Corridor Study.
All were there to provide feedback on future growth strategies for the approximatly 1,200 acres along Holcomb Bridge Road spanning from Peachtree Industrial Boulevard to Spalding Drive.  Read more ... 
Urban planners have been collecting traffic counts and analyzing land-use patterns within the area. 
The study is expected to be finalized in November. 
Community Resource Committee Holds First Meeting 
In June the city announced plans to form a Community Resource3 Program to aid those in the community seeking family or financial help and asked for volunteers to help organize the new program. Just two months later the newly formed Community Resource committee held its first meeting.  Read more ... 
The new sidewalk on Buford Highway will improve pedestrian safety along the busy corridor. Photo courtesy of Gwinnett Village CID. 
New Sidewalks, Landscaping Installed Along
Buford Highway
The Gwinnett Village Community Improvement District recently announced that a $1 million construction project to install sidwalks and landscaping on a stretch of Buford Higway between Jimmy Carter Boulevard in Peachtree Corners and the DeKalb County line has been completed.
The project was funded through a combination of Gwinnett County, Georgia Department of Transportation and CID funds. "We're delighted that Gwinnett Village CID worked to have the new sidewalk and landscaping installed on this portion of Buford Highway which is an important gateway to our city," said Peachtree Corners Councilmember Phil Sadd (Post 1). Read more ... 
The city's gateway sign is located at the Peachtree Parkway-Peachtree Industrial Boulevard split. 
New Lighting, Landscaping Added to
City's Gateway Sign
The city's iconic gateway sign now has new lighting and enhanced landscaping. The stone-based sign that sits at the Peachtree Parkway-Peachtree Industrial Boulevard split was erected in 2008 by the United Peachtree Corners Civic Association.
Some 55 native trees, shrubs and lighting have been added in recent months making the city's only gateway sign more visible to northbound motorists traveling along Peachtree Industrial Bouleverd before it splits off to S.R. 141. Read more ...
Native trees, shrubs and lighting have been added making the city's gateway sign to make it more visible. 
Councilmembers Phil Sadd, Lorri Christopher, Mayor Mike Mason, City Clerk Kym Chereck and Councilmember Weare Gratwick were recognized for achieving certificates in their fields.
Elected Officials, City Clerk Earn GMA Certificates 
During the 2015 Georgia Municipal Association's annual convention in June, Mayor Mike Mason, Councilmembers Phil Sadd, Lorri Christopher, Weare Gratwick and City Clerk Kym Chereck received recognition for achieving certificates in their fields.
Councilmembers Sadd and Christopher were awarded the prestigious Certificate of Achievement. City officials must complete a minmum of 72 units of credit, including at least 36 hours from a required list of courses.
Mayor Mason and Councilmember Gratwick were awarded Certificates of Recognition for completing a minimum of 42 units of credit, and at least 18 hours from a specific list of courses.  
City Clerk, Kym Chereck was awarded the Municipal Clerks Masters Certificate. The Georgia Certificate Program is designed to establish a minimum standards and professional goals. Read more ... 
The Chattahoochee River, which originates in north Georgia, runs 434 miles through the state and terminates at the Georgia-Florida border.
The Chattahoochee River at Jones Bridge Park. The Gwinnett County Park is located at 4901 E. Jones Bridge Road, Peachtree Corners, GA 30092.

Did you know ...

In 1978 the U.S. 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 nearly seven miles of river front that marks the western border of the City of Peachtree Corners. 


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