Police, Fire, & Emergency Services
The City of Peachtree Corners provides police and fire services through private/public partnerships and intergovernmental agreements with other governmental agencies including Gwinnett County. This unique operating model allows the City of Peachtree Corners to operate without the need to charge city property taxes.
Police and fire protection are provided to Peachtree Corners residents and businesses by Gwinnett County through intergovernmental agreements with the police and fire departments. These services are paid directly to Gwinnett County through your annual property tax bill. The cost of the services is located under the section marked “County Government Taxes” under line items marked “Fire & EMS” and “Police,” and is based on the assessed value of your property.
Gwinnett County Police Department
The Gwinnett County Police Department, a nationally accredited and rapidly growing police agency, is organized into the Office of the Chief and two Bureaus with four Divisions: Administrative Services, Support Operations, Criminal Investigations and Uniform Divisions.
The West Precinct serves Peachtree Corners and has two six-member Community Response Teams that are responsible for responding to emerging crime patterns and to law enforcement-related issues and/or concerns that arise within the community.
The Gwinnett County Police Department is open 24 hours a day. For Emergencies, call 911. For non-emergencies, call 770-513-5700.
Gwinnett Fire & Emergency Services
Nationally accredited, Gwinnett Fire and Emergency Services protects the citizens of Gwinnett County and is the largest fire service district in Georgia. It serves almost 940,000 people within the 437 square miles of the county.
The department has 916 employees and 31 fire stations, four of which serve Peachtree Corners:
- Station 4 (primary station) - Engine, Ladder, and Medic Unit
- Station 1 - Engine and Medic Unit
- Station 11 - Engine, Ladder, Medic Unit, and Battalion Chief
- Station 19 - Engine and Medic Unit
For Emergencies, call 911. For non-emergencies, call 678-518-4800.