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Update on Road Resurfacing


The contractor for the Gwinnett County Resurfacing project will start working on resurfacing Peachtree Corners this month and will continue until all of the streets on the list are completed in approximately four to six weeks.   


Click here for the list of roads scheduled for resurfacing.

Code Enforcement Reminder


As we are all aware, summer is here and the warmer temps will invite grasses, weeds, bushes and trees to flourish. 


Peachtree Corners City Code Enforcement would like to take this opportunity to remind all property owners, tenants and business owners of their responsibility in maintaining this vegetation to provide a safer and healthier environment. 


Additionally, it is the responsibility of the owner and/or occupant to remove any noxious matter and dead trees and shrubs due to the hazard they pose to residents and pedestrians.



* The chore of mowing and trimming grass is significantly easier when the grass is short. Watch the weather and maintain a mowing/trimming schedule.

* Don't forget about the trim work along buildings, fences and other borders.

* Bagged clippings need to be removed unless they are utilized as mulch or compost in amounts that do not cause foul odors.

* Please do not forget to mow/trim the median strips (area between the sidewalk and the curb).


Walter Osorio,

Code Enforcement Officer




City Adds 32 New Businesses in June

City Hall processed  new business tax certificates for a variety of businesses last month. including a restaurant, bank, auto broker and CPA office. For a complete list of the 32 businesses along with their contact information, please click here.


Green Committee Underway


In May of this year, a group of select citizens attended the City's first Green Committee meeting at City Hall. The Green Committee was formed to help Peachtree Corners achieve certification as an Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) Green Community.

Committee members include Lorrie Backer, Hilary Wilson, Cayman James, Robert Hilburn, Emily Finn, Scott Shaffer, Debbie Mason, Bob Howard, Bea Grossman, Bob Boccabello and Gary Shell 


Read more about the Green Committee here


Inside Peachtree Corners
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News from Around the Corners
July, 2014
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Welcome to the Peachtree Corners first e-newsletter, and thanks to all who signed up. As promised, we're announcing the winner of the Name-the-Newsletter promotion in this edition. We received over 50 ideas. 


The winning entry selected is "Inside Peachtree Corners" submitted by Bob Foreman. There were also a number of entries for "Around the Corners" which we have incorporated into the newsletter's tag line, "News from Around the Corners." Thanks to all of you who sent in your ideas.



Three Questions for Mayor Mason
Find out what's going on with Simpsonwood, the Town Center and more.
In the city's first e-newsletter, Mayor Mason provides an update on what's happening to the Simpsonwood property, why the city is taking over road maintenance and the plans for the new Town Center.  Click here to read his responses. 

Happy Birthday - The City Turns Two

On July 1, 2014 Peachtree Corners celebrated its second year as Gwinnett County's newest and largest city.

City leaders have made great strides in those two short years. The list the city is extensive. Click here to read 24 of the major goals achieved during the city's first 24 months: 

ZIP Code Update
The United States Postal Service has changed its records and now officially recognizes the City of Peachtree Corners, well most of it anyway.

The city recently received confirmation that the U.S. Post Office will now recognize that ZIP code 30092 as Peachtree Corners. This means that any online activity, such as when ordering from a website, 30092 will automatically default to Peachtree Corners once all systems are updated. 

For the handful of residents whose ZIP code is 30092 but live in Norcross, they will have the option to select Norcross when completing their information online.

For those with 30096, 30097 and 30071 ZIP codes, there will now be an option to select Peachtree Corners. ZIP codes 30096 and 30097 will default to Duluth, with an option to select Peachtree Corners and 30071 will default to Norcross with an option to select Peachtree Corners.

However, Peachtree Corners residents with a 30360 ZIP code will have to wait a bit longer due to limitations by the USPS.

City Adopts 2015 Budget


The City of Peachtree Corners adopted its annual budget for fiscal year 2014-2015 recently. The budget includes funding from the special purpose local options sales tax (SPLOST), which was approved by the voters in November of 2013. A summary of the budget for fiscal year 2014-2015 follows:





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For a copy of the budget, please click here.

Mayor Mike Mason presents Christina Otterback (left) and Paul and Sandra Lundblad with their recycling rewards at the June 17 City Council meeting.
Five Families Win Recycling Rewards

It pays to recycle! Just ask five lucky Peachtree Corners residents who were the winners of this quarter's random drawing sponsored by Waste Pro.


Visa cash gift cards were awarded to: Alexander Orlov, Paul Lundblad, Michael Steve White and Shahla Mahmoudian Atai who each won a $25 gift card and Michael & Christina Otterbach's prize was a $100 gift card.


The recycling rewards program is managed by Waste Pro. To find out more, visit

City Awarded $50,000 Landscaping Grant

Thanks to a grant from the Georgia Department of Transportation roadside enhancement program, the city's signature gateway sign located between Peachtree Parkway and Peachtree Industrial Boulevard, will be receiving some new landscaping.


The state's GATEway Grant Review Committee advised the city in a June 16, 2014 letter that it had approved funds of up to $50,000 for the project. Community Development Director Diana Wheeler had submitted a grant application in February to the Georgia DOT committee. Read more ...

Peachtree Corners Earns 'City of Ethics' Designation


The City of Peachtree Corners was recently recognized for earning the "City of Ethics" designation at the Georgia Municipal Association's Annual Convention. 


The presentation was made on Monday, June 23 in Savannah. 

Peachtree Corners joins more than 200 cities that have received the designation. Councilmembers Phil Sadd, Post 1, and Lorri Christopher, Post 5, (pictured) accepted the award for the city.


"We are pleased to have been recognized by the GMA as a "City of Ethics," said Mayor Mike Mason. "It is a distinction which we are extremely proud of and we are happy to be among Georgia's cities who have earned this significant award." Read more ... 

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