At the Christ the Lord Lutheran Church on Hwy 120
Meet our COPs liaison Officer Vargas and Quality of Life Unit Supervisor
He will bring statistics on the crime in our neighborhood and surrounding businesses
Please come to ask questions and voice your concerns! This is YOUR community!
We would love to have a good turnout, so please come!!
Rhodes Jordan Park
April 29th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Free Admission! It’s time to spring clean! One person’s trash is another’s treasure, so turn those unwanted items into cash! Indoor and outdoor space available. Gwinnett County reserves the right to disallow any items inappropriate and/or oversized. Event held rain or shine, no refunds. Vendors must reply by 4/21; $26/indoor space with 8′ table and 2 chairs provided; $21/outdoor space if vendor provides own table. Call 678.277.0890 for more information and to register as a vendor.
Gwinnett Place Mall
April 29th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Gwinnett County Police Department School Bus Traffic Law Safety Video
The following video was created by the Gwinnett County Police Department in conjunction with Gwinnett County Communications. The objective of the video is to educate the motoring public on the state law regarding when to stop for a school bus loading and unloading children.
To a parent, there is nothing more important than our children.
As the new school year approaches, expect to see Gwinnett County Police officers enforcing OCGA 40-6-163.
Please use the following link to view the video: https://vimeo.com/176161833/2136ca8583
What do bacon, ice cream, and peanut butter all have in common? They are more than just tasty treats. They are also sources of fats, oil, and grease, also known as FOG. While fats, oil, and grease add extra flavor to your food, pouring FOG down the drain can leave a real mess in Gwinnett County’s sewer collection system.
FOG creates clogs that can back up sewage into your street, yard, or home and can even send it spilling into a neighborhood stream! Think of it this way––if it can clog arteries in the body, then it will probably clog the sewer pipe. Fortunately, clearing up FOG is as easy as doing a few simple things around the kitchen.
Check out Gwinnett County’s FOG Prevention Program @ www.unclogthefog.com
The Jackson’s Township Homeowner’s Association would like to welcome our new Board Members:
Robert Dailey – President
Darlene Thompson – Vice President
Hans Pottinger – Treasurer
Mary Boone – Secretary
Angela McLellan – Board Member at Large
Randall Winn – Board Member at Large
Thank you for your service to our community!
Are you looking for activities, events, classes, sports, senior events, parks & recreation, & historical and cultural sites around Gwinnett County? Here is a link for a virtual version of the latest edition of Gwinnett Life. Check out all the things that are upcoming for you and your family to participate in.
January through April 2017