- Public Works
Duties of Public Works
The Peachtree Corners Public Works Department:
- maintains roadways, traffic signals, signs, and rights-of-way
- oversees various permits related to road closures and rights-of-way encroachments
- manages SPLOST (Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax) funded projects such as street resurfacing, capital improvement projects, and other public infrastructure projects in the city's comprehensive plan
- reviews and approves engineering and construction plans, stormwater systems, and site development plans
- oversees inspection of all construction-related activity, arboreal activities, and permitting requirements
- maintains compliance with Federal and State regulations for municipal operations
The form below may be submitted online or downloaded as a fillable PDF by clicking the "Download Original" button at the bottom of the form.
Application for Utility Construction Permit - application for a permit issued to utility contractors who wish to perform maintenance or expansion of facilities inside the city's right of way.
Encroachment or Driveway Permit - application for anyone interested in a project inside the city's right of way, connecting to a city street, or building new structures inside the right of way.
Work to add lighting to existing utility poles has begun. Once this is complete, the city will move on to Phase II of the program which will be to identify where new poles and lighting can be added along main roads.
Petition for New Streetlights
To have streetlights installed by petition process in the City of Peachtree Corners, a Streetlight Petition (PDF) must be submitted to this office. All of the property owners in the subdivision or defined service area should be contacted and given an opportunity to sign the petition, indicating their “YES” or “NO” concerning the installation of streetlights.
Report outages directly to Georgia Power.
Gwinnett County Sanitary Sewer Project
Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources is upsizing approximately two miles of gravity sewer between Jones Bridge Park and Simpsonwood Park. See Gwinnett County’s FAQ sheet (PDF) for more details and contact information.
Is speeding a problem in your neighborhood? Read Gwinnett County's Residential Speed Control Program brochure (PDF). View the Residential Speed Control Program Procedures (PDF).