Inside Peachtree Corners

April 2022
From the Mayor's Desk

The Forum: What's Next?
UPCCA to Hold Town Hall
Since its inception, the Forum has been one of the top shopping destinations in Gwinnett County. The Forum is home to over 50 businesses that serve Peachtree Corners residents and the greater Gwinnett County population.   Read More
Mayor Mike Mason
Peachtree Corners to Hold Launch Event for "Choose PTC" App To Support Local Businesses

The City of Peachtree Corners has launched Choose PTC, a points-based program that offers rewards for shopping locally. Users of the app will receive 1 PTC point, worth one dollar in credit, per dollar spent on qualifying purchases. Launch event to be held on Monday, May 2nd from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Town Center. Read More
Mayor Mason Presents at 2022 Smart City Summit and Expo 2022

On Tuesday, March 22nd, Peachtree Corners Mayor Mike Mason joined Mayors and city leaders from across the globe as a presenter at the Mayor’s Summit and Panel Discussion during the 2022 Smart City Summit and Expo (SCSE) held in Taipei, Taiwan. Read More
Construction Tech is Taking Off at Curiosity Lab: SkyMul Tests Rebar-Tying Drones at the Innovation Center 

SkyMul is taking construction to new heights at Curiosity Lab’s Innovation Center. The young company, headed by CEO Eohan George, just took over half of our design lab to further develop its SkyTy drone solution, which aims to tie reinforcing bar (rebar) at construction sites almost two and half times faster, 32% cheaper, and with 84% less labor than manual rebar tying.  Read More
Peachtree Corners City Manager Featured in Business View Magazine
We are excited that Peachtree Corners has been featured in Business View Magazine. City Manager Brian Johnson was just featured in the Business View Magazine and discussed our city's continuous economic development and innovation, including the history of Technology Park Atlanta. Read More
Congratulations to Councilwoman Lorri Christopher 

Councilwoman Christopher has received the "You are the Key" award. One Rotarian is nominated by each of the DeKalb Rotary Council clubs and the awards committee selects the recipient. Lorri was honored for her key support to the DeKalb Rotary Council (where she serves as Treasurer), District 6900 (where she has served as an Assistant Governor and in other capacities), and GRSP (where she serves as Secretary of the Executive Committee). This award is given in honor of PDG Bob Grant from Stone Mountain.
Peachtree Corners Public Works Project Roundup

A quick overview of the current Public Works projects currently under construction in Peachtree Corners.  Read More
Save the Date! Memorial Day Ceremony

Please join the community on May 30th at 11:15 AM at the Peachtree Corners Veterans Monument to recognize Memorial Day.  Every year, Memorial Day gives us a chance to pause and honor the courage and patriotism of the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice. 

There will be seating for 150 people, and the ceremony will last approximately 45 minutes.  For information about the Veterans Monument, please visit
Peachtree Corners Business & Nonprofit
New Peachtree Corners Businesses

March 2022

The City of Peachtree Corners continues to grow with new businesses opening within the City. Support Local.
Peachtree Corners Spotlighted for Use of ARPA Funding

To mark ARPA's one-year anniversary, the Georgia Municipal Association surveyed Georgia cities to learn how investments in ARPA's State and Local Fiscal Relief Fund are bringing much-needed relief to families, businesses, and communities statewide. Read More
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Curiosity Lab
What are some benefits of building green?

Building green means living better, smarter, and healthier. Just by choosing energy-efficient building materials and supplies, homeowners can make positive changes to both the inside and outside environments, creating homes that are better for you and our world. Read More
You Can Prevent Stormwater Pollution In Your Neighborhood

Stormwater runoff flows from rooftops, driveways, paved roads, bare soil, and lawns into stormwater drainage systems, which include catch basins, yard inlets, pipes, ditches, ponds, and streams. Stormwater can pick up and transport pollutants directly to our waterways. It is important we do not put anything into the stormwater system that isn’t solely stormwater runoff.  Read More
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