Inside Peachtree Corners

February 2022
From the Mayor's Desk
City Announces Awarding of Nonprofit ARPA Funding Totaling over $1.56 Million
As part of the American Rescue Plan Act, the City of Peachtree Corners received more than $16 million to replace lost city revenue and assist businesses and organizations within Peachtree Corners or serving Peachtree Corners residents with revenue they lost because of COVID-19.
Mayor Mike Mason
City Representatives Present ARPA Grants to Local Nonprofits

The City of Peachtree Corners announced the awarding of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding to local nonprofits.  Read More
Wolf Creek Pump Station Improvement Project along Chattahoochee River

Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources is upsizing approximately two miles of gravity sewer from 20-inch diameter to 36-inch diameter between Simpsonwood Park and Jones Bridge Park. Read More

Peachtree Corners Business & Nonprofit
New Peachtree Corners Businesses

January 2022

The City of Peachtree Corners continues to grow with new businesses opening within the City. Support Local.
Did You Know
Glass Recycling in Peachtree Corners

Residents can now recycle clean, empty glass containers at Pinckneyville Park at 4758 South Old Peachtree Road in Peachtree Corners. The Pinckneyville site is the second glass recycling drop-off location that Gwinnett is offering through its pilot program. More Information
Why You Should Not Pour Fats, Oils and Grease Down Your Drain

Did you know that fats, oils and grease (FOG) can cause serious problems for our sewer system? Fats are derived from meats, cheeses, ice cream and butters. Oils include vegetable, canola and olive oils, as well as oil-based salad dressings.   Read More
Residential Re-Roofing: Frequently Asked Questions

Your permit allows the building department to inspect for potential hazards and unsafe construction. By ensuring your project meets the minimum building code, the building department can reduce the risk issues that might result in costly repairs, injuries and even death.  Read More
Illicit Stormwater Discharges: How to Prevent Stormwater Pollution

Stormwater runoff flows from rooftops, driveways, paved roads, bare soil, and lawns into stormwater drainage systems, which includes catch basins, yard inlets, pipes, ditches, ponds and streams. It picks up pollutants and transports them directly to our waterways where they are discharged with no treatment and hurt our environment. Read More
Projects that Do NOT Require a Building Permit

Almost all commercial and residential construction will require a building permit and inspection. Permits and inspections are required for the safety of the public and the family at home. Permits are also beneficial in keeping property values stable, and insurance rates affordable. 
Treat Your Yard in the Spring for a Great Lawn in the Summer
As with most landscaping projects, success is dependent on getting a head start before the growing season is in full swing. So, if you’d like to grow a healthy, green lawn this summer, then you must start preparing in the spring. Read More
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Louis Svehla, Communications Director
Peachtree Corners City Hall
310 Technology Parkway NW, Peachtree Corners, GA 30092 | 678) 691-1200