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City Receives Grant to Install Electric Car Recharge Station


The Peachtree Corners Green Committee, which has been working toward certification for the City of Peachtree Corners to be recognized as a Green City, just moved a step closer to its goal.


Diana Wheeler, the City's Community Development Director, was notified Thursday, Oct. 9, that the city's grant application for an electric car recharge station at City Hall had been approved.  Read more...   


Maintaining Your Gutters


Gutters and downspouts work hard to protect your house from moisture damage. If gutters leak or downspouts are clogged, water can spill out and accumulate near foundations, soaking the soil and causing foundation walls to settle. 


In worst-case scenarios, moisture-laden soil presses in on basement walls, causing bulging and cracking. Water can even be forced inside by means of hydrostatic pressure.


Keeping gutters and downspouts in good condition requires regular maintenance. Doing this chore twice each year -- in spring and in the fall.  it can be messy," But it's definitely worth it."


Peachtree Corners Property Maintenance Code IPMC 304.7 Roofs and drainage: The roof and flashings shall be sound, tight, and not have defects that admit rain. Roof drainage shall be adequate to prevent dampness or deterioration in the walls or interior portion of the structure. Roof drains, gutters and downspouts shall be maintained in good repair and free from obstructions. Roof water shall not be discharged in a manner that creates a public nuisance.


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City Adds 25 New Businesses in September

City Hall processed  new business tax certificates for a variety of businesses last month. including a restaurant, locksmith, and taxi service. For a complete list of the 25 businesses along with their contact information,  please click here.

Diverging Diamond Interchange Near Completion

The road work along I-85 and Jimmy Carter Boulevard to construct a Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI) should be complete early next year.

The project will include more than 0.5 mile of widening, median construction, signing, pavement marking, and signalization along Jimmy Carter Boulevard, including minor bridge rail and sidewalk reconstruction.

Click here for more information and a video showing how traffic will flow on the new DDI.
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News from Around the Corners
October, 2014
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From the Mayor's Desk

Voting in City Elections

As a resident of Peachtree Corners, I can certainly understand your disappointment on learning that you will need to visit two separate locations to cast your vote.Please let me explain.


Gwinnett County Board of Registrations and Elections has a policy that due to the large number of municipalities (cities) within the county, it does not contract with cities to hold municipal elections. Therefore, all 16 cities in Gwinnett County must hold their own elections at separate polling locations.Read more ... 


Winters Chapel Community Improvements Discussed at Town Hall Meeting

On Tuesday, Oct. 7, over 100 Peachtree Corners residents attended a Town Hall Meeting hosted by Councilmembers Phil Sadd (Post 1) and Lorri Christopher (Post 5) to discuss plans for improvements to the Winters Chapel Road area, Holcomb Bridge Corridor and the Town Center. Read more ...
Do You Have a Peachtree Corners Address?

The U.S. Post Office announced recently that it officially recognizes Peachtree Corners as a city.

What does that mean for residents and businesses in Peachtree Corners? It means Peachtree Corners should now be part of your address.

With the city celebrating its second anniversary, City leaders launched a "Proud to Be Peachtree Corners" campaign that encourages residents and businesses owners to embrace their new city by using Peachtree Corners in their mailing address and on websites.

To assist with the address conversion, the City of Peachtree Corners is offering businesses a "Proud to Be Peachtree Corners Stationery Reimbursement Program."

Businesses located within the city limits and currently using stationery, business cards and other printed material showing an address other than Peachtree Corners may be eligible for the reimbursement program when re-ordering existing supplies that include Peachtree Conrers in the address line.The program ends Dec. 31, 2014. 

Business owners/operators may contact Judy Putnam at for more details and an application.

Hang On To Your Hat - 
Here Comes the Holiday Parade!


It's time to mark your calendars for the annual Holiday Parade. This year's event is set for 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 22 and along with the parade will feature Food Trucks and Village Shoppes. 


This year's theme is "Holidays Around the World." and step off on The Corners Parkway, winding its way along the tree-lined street, the parade wraps up on "Candy Cane Lane" where Santa will be waiting to talk with children.


Parade goers will find a line-up of popular Food Trucks and an expanded Village Shoppes section for holiday shopping.


For information on sponsorships, volunteering, vendor application or to be part of the parade, visit the parade wesite for registration information or call 678-661-6790 or 678-429-2550.


Know ... 


Any person who solicits orders door-to-door or house-to-house soliciting orders for sales, subscriptions or conducting business of any kind must first file an application with the city and obtain an occupation tax certificate.

All solicitors are also required to have a work permit from Gwinnett County. The county issues a picture ID badge which must be prominently displayed.

The ID badge is a white laminated card with the solicitor's name, photo, business name, and includes an expiration date.

 The Gwinnett County ID incorporates a silver sticker located in the lower right corner that reads "GCPD permit."

Call the Gwinnett County Police Department to report solicitors who do not have the proper credentials.

Building Codes and Inspections

The purpose of the modern building department is to assist the public through the construction process, while ensuring a safe building for the present and future occupants.

This kicks off a series that will address various building code issues and construction topics.


Don Wilkins, Building Official,



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