Community News

Coffee With A Cop

Join your neighbors and police officers for coffee and conversation at the next Coffee with A Cop meeting on Friday, March 10th from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at Einstein Bros Bagels, 3410 Buford Drive, Ste G400, Buford, GA 30519.

EZ Pet Clinic  Low Cost Vaccines

Gwinnett Humane Society

Our address is 3370 Sugarloaf Parkway, Lawrenceville 30044. (We are in the Village Shoppes of Sugarloaf shopping center)

Saturday, February 11th, 12:00 – 1:00


Rabies (1 Year) $10
Rabies (3 Year) $25
DA2PP/Cvk $25
DAP (3 year) $49
Bordetella $18
K9 Influenza (H3N8) $18
Leptospirosis $18
Lymevax $24
FVRCP/Felv $25
Puppy/Kitten Deworm $5
Medium Dog Deworm $10
Large Dog Deworm $15
Heartworm Test $25
(Disposal fee for each pet is $2.)

Gwinnett’s Infinite Energy Home Show

Brings Remodeling Experts to Gwinnett’s Infinite Energy Center Feb. 10-12, 2017

Over 150 home remodeling experts will showcase the latest products and services for home remodeling, interior decorating and outdoor living.

he three-day event at 6400 Sugarloaf Parkway in Duluth will include expert speakers, live radio broadcasts, buyer discounts and much more. One lucky attendee will go home with the door prize — a SABER CAST 500 L full-sized grill, loaded with features, courtesy of American Casual Living. General admission is $8 and tickets may be purchased at the door.

Walter Reeves, the Georgia Gardener, will kick-off the speaker roster at 1 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 10 with “Help your Landscape Recover From Drought”, and will return Saturday morning, Feb. 11, to broadcast “The Lawn & Garden Show” live on WSB 95.5 FM and AM750, followed by a live broadcast of WSB’s “Home Fix-It Show” hosted by Dave Baker. HGTV’s Joe Washington will present “Adapt & Garden Smart” on Friday at 2 p.m. and “Plant the Right Way” Saturday at 1 p.m.

The North Atlanta Home Show will be open from noon-6 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 10, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 11 and noon – 5 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 12. General admission tickets are $8, and are available at the Show’s onsite ticket box office. Children age 12 and under and adults age 65 and older (with I.D.) are admitted free. Military personnel and First Responders (with I.D.) receive a free ticket with the purchase of one general admission ticket. Infinite Energy Center is located at 6400 Sugarloaf Parkway in Duluth next to the Infinite Energy Arena. Onsite parking is free.

Gwinnett Extension Annual Plant Sale

The Gwinnett Extension is offering varieties of blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, figs, apples, pomegranate, goji berry, native azaleas, and other landscape plants as part of its annual sale.  Pecan trees and Titan blueberries, which produce blueberries the size of quarters, will all be offered this year. Orders will be taken through March 7, 2017. Visit or call 678.377.4010 to request an order form.

“Cherished Moments” Valentine’s Dance

Bring your sweetheart to this fun, romantic and semi-formal Valentine event. Ladies will receive a red rose upon arrival at the welcome reception in the Gallery Hall. Enjoy a delicious catered dinner in the Superior Court Ballroom, live DJ entertainment, dancing, plus a dessert station. $61/couple if pre-registered by 2/8 online with code GHC1143 or call 770.822.5450.

School Bus Safety Video

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.  To keep our children as safe as possible, it is important that the public understand the laws in place to keep them safe when getting on and off the bus. 

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:

FOG (Fats, Oils & Grease) Prevention Program

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 @