News and Updates

At the April 15, 2014 City Council meeting the mayor recognized the efforts of the United Peachtree Corners Civic Association and declared May 10, 2014 as Clean and Beautiful Day in Peachtree Corners. Pictured are Mayor Mike Mason, Pat Bruschini, Debbie Mason and Gray Terry. Posted April 16, 2014.


Code Enforcement is one of the three services provided by the City of Peachtree Corners. Following are five of the most common code violations in Peachtree Corners:

1. Tall grass and weeds on residential property. 2. Signs posted on the city right-of-way. 3. Building without the required permits. 4. RVs and non-motor vehicles in driveway. 5. Open or outdoor storage.

Click on the "Code Enforcement" quick link tab on the left for more on property maintenance, zoning and sign regulation guides. Posted April 11, 2014.
Primary elections are May 20, 2014. If you have not registered to vote, the deadline is April 21. And beginning this year, you now may register to vote online. A valid Georgia Drivers License or ID issued by the GA. Dept. of Driver Services is required. Visit for more information and to register online. Posted April 9, 2014
By the end of the first quarter of 2014, the City of Peachtree Corners processed a total of 125 new business license applications including 48 for March. Last year a total of 382 new licenses were processed. Licenses for March range from carpet cleaning and taxi services to dental and pediatric offices. To see the complete list, click on the link on the left labeled "Business Licenses." Posted April 7, 2014.
Citizen Project Selection Committee Presents Its Recommendations for SPLOST Projects
The nine-member committee, which included two representatives from Peachtree Corners, have completed their seven-month study and submitted their recommendations to the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners for transportation projects to be funded by an estimated $225 million in SPLOST revenue. Click here for a list of projects.
Name That App:  And The Winner Is ....
The votes are in on the "Name that App" promotion. "Click-N-Fix" was the choice by a wide majority for the City's new App for reporting code violations, road repairs and maintenance issues. 
The free app, expected to be available in May, may be downloaded to your iPhone, Android, Blackberry or Windows smartphone. You will also be able to access through a link on the city's website. 
You can find more details on the new app by visiting the company's website.
Thanks to all who took the time to vote. 
Mayor Mason, addressing the UPCCA at a recent Public Safety meeting, outlined the services that the GCPD offers Peachtree Corners residents and businesses.
Did you know that the Gwinnett County Police Department (GCPD), which provides police service to Peachtree Corners has over 750 sworn officers. The GCPD has a surge capability unmatched by any police agency in the area. And the cost to Peachtree Corners tax payers is far less than police departments in surrounding cities. Click here for the cost comparison and additional details on what the GCPD provides.
More than 225 people attended the UPCCA's Public Safety meeting held at Peachtree Corners Baptist Church.
A number of Peachtree Corners streets are slated for resurfacing this year. Click here for the 2014 Gwinnett County Resurfacing Project list.
City Council March 18 Meeting Recap: Click here for details
Global Shipping Company Relocating to Peachtree Corners. The international company announced Tuesday, March 18, 2014, that it would invest multi-millions and add 160 new high-wage jobs. Click here for more details. 
Planning Commission Hears Two Special Use Requests March 11, 2014 (See Report)
Biotech Company, AKESOgen, was recently awarded a multimillion dollar contract for genotyping by  the Department of Veterans Affairs.  
For more information about the company and its project, see the Press Release.
Do you have weather related problems to report?  Click here for contact information.


Judy Putnam is the City of Peachtree Corners’ new Communications Director. She is responsible for the city’s communication plan, including media relations, website and social media, publications and events. Judy serves as the primary media contact. You can reach her via email at or by phone, 770-609-8821.


The City of Peachtree Corners was just awarded a highly coveted LCI grant from the Atlanta Regional Commission.  The grant award will allow the city to develop a Town Center plan along Peachtree Parkway.  Work on this project will likely start in June and be completed in 8 months. For RFP Questions and Answers, click here.  For a copy of the Request for Proposals document, click here
Ga Power Increases Franchise Fees
for Peachtree Corners Customers
Business Start-Up Guide Designed to Help Businesses Locate in Peachtree Corners.
Mayor Calls for Time Out on Town Center Project (see press release)
Downtown Development Authority Ranks Fuqua Team #1 for development of property across from the Forum (see press release)
Site Work on Some of the Property Across From the Forum is Underway
    City Council Adopts 2033 Comprehensive Plan (see the plan here)
Did you know that the oldest school house in Gwinnett County is located in Peachtree Corners?

The Mechanicsville School House was built in 1911.

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05/13/214 Planning
      Commission Meeting, 7pm 
05/20/14 City Council 
       Meeting, 7pm 
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Suite 200
Peachtree Corners, GA 30092

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