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Take Online Survey and Help Plan Town Center


Here's your chance to add your input on plans for the new Central Business District which includes the Town Center. 


Peachtree Corners city leaders are working now to develop plans for a central business district and town center which will be located across from The Forum.


What would you like to see as part of the town center? Green space for outdoor gatherings, an amphitheater, residential and dining options?


Spend a few minutes and take the short survey that is posted on the city's website and share your ideas.


Or click here for:

Survey in English

Survey in Spanish

Code Enforcement - a Vital Link in Community Development


Peachtree Corners Code Enforcement is responsible for ensuring adherence with city codes and ordinances relating to the use of commercial, public and private properties within the city limits of Peachtree Corners. 


The Code Enforcement Officer investigates complaints including overgrown properties, inoperable and/or unlicensed motor vehicles, debris and litter strewn properties, unsecured vacant structures, commercial and home businesses operating without having paid the required occupational taxes, illegal signage and building permits, and other matters involving the code and ordinances of the City of Peachtree Corners, GA.


To report a violation or to register a complaint, please click HERE  or download the Peachtree Corners Fix-It app for your smartphone.


And please click on the link below for additional information. 



City of Peachtree Corners Property Maintenance Code


Walter Osorio,

Code Enforcement Officer

City Adds 40 New Businesses in July

City Hall processed  new business tax certificates for a variety of businesses last month.

For a complete list of the 40 businesses along with their contact information,  please click here.


QuikTrip Unveils New Prototype Store in Peachtree Corners


City leaders were on hand early Wednesday morning, Aug. 7, to celebrate the grand opening of QuikTrip's new store on Peachtree Corners Circle. 


The new store, located near Peachtree Industrial Boulevard, is part of the company's new Generation 3 concept stores. 


The new design has expanded food offerings and now serves up a variety of made-to-order items such as pizzas, flatbreads, pretzels, smoothies and ice creams.


The Peachtree Corners store is located at 3229 Peachtree Corners Circle. Read more ...

Did you know ...

In 1978 the Congress created the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area consisting of 48 miles of the river from Buford Dam to Peachtree Creek. 

The area includes the seven miles that marks the western border of the city of Peachtree Corners. 

Inside Peachtree Corners
City of Peachtree Corners
News from Around the Corners
August, 2014
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Judy Putnam, Communications Director

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From the Mayor's Desk


Making Peachtree Corners the First Choice to Live and Do Business


Hello, and thank you for reading the city's e-newsletter. This month I'll provide a brief recap of what Peachtree Corners residents - and businesses can look forward to in the coming months.


First I want to mention the "Proud to Be Peachtree Corners" campaign the city recently launched. As a way of showing your civic pride in your new city, we are encouraging residents to use "Peachtree Corners" in their mailing addresses. 

For the business community, the city has rolled out a stationery reimbursement program to assist businesses with the cost of re-printing stationery, business cards, etc., that still have a Norcross, Duluth, Dunwoody or Atlanta address. The program helps with the cost of printing new stationery to include "Peachtree Corners" in the business mailing address.


And by the end of the year, look for "Proud to Be Peachtree Corners" banners on street light poles around the city as another way to recognize the city. The city is also working on gateway signs which will be located at entry points throughout Peachtree Corners.   Read more

Watch Mayor's State of City Address

On July 21, 2014 Mayor Mike Mason delivered his second State of the City address which was video taped.

It has been edited for easier viewing.  
Mike Mason Speech, 3rd Export, Final
 Mayor Mike Mason

 You may also read the full text of the speech by clicking here

Be sure to check the city's website site throughout the month for news, announcements and updates.
New Sidewalks Coming to Crooked Creek 
There is good news for parents of school children who use Crooked Creek Road to walk to school.

New curbs, gutter, sidewalk and pedestrian crosswalks are scheduled to be installed next year.

In a joint project with Gwinnett County, sidewalks will be added to the east side of Crooked Creek Road between Jay Bird Alley and the entrance to Mary Our Queen Catholic Church where it will connect to an existing sidewalk.

The city and county will each pay half of the estimated $375,000 project cost.County funds will come from the 2005 SPLOST program and the city will use a state DOT grant.

A county spokesperson said the project should be complete by the fall of 2015.


City Welcomes New Building Official


The City of Peachtree Corners welcomes Don Wilkins as our newest staff member. Don is the Building Official and will supervise the Building Division of the Community Development Department.


He will supervise the construction inspection and plan review. He will also assist with guiding projects through the construction process.


Don's background spans over 20 years working for local and county building departments as both a building inspector and building plans examiner. His last position was as a Chief with the Nevada State Fire Marshal Division where he oversaw the agency's statewide fire inspection and fire plan review program.


He holds certification in multiple construction disciplines, with the highest being as both a Certified Building Official (CBO) and Master Code Professional (MCP). The status of Master Code Professional is the highest honor awarded through the International Code Council, which is the organization that promulgates the construction and fire codes used nationally.


Don also holds multiple fire certifications through both the International Code Council and the Nevada State Fire Marshal Division's Training Bureau. As a point of professional pride, Don is a Certified Fire Marshal. The Certified Fire Marshal level has only been awarded to 117 individuals nationally, with Don being one of three currently holding this certification within the State of Georgia. 


Councilmembers Lorri Christopher (left) and Phil Sadd (right) join volunteer Elaine Fuerst in kicking off the drive.

Annual Stuff-the-Bus Drive a Big Success


School bells were ringing Tuesday, Aug. 5, as thousands of Gwinnett County public school students returned to classes for the 2014-15 school year.


And thanks to a month-long campaign to collect supplies for the schools in the Norcross Cluster, there was plenty of pencils, notebook paper and backpacks to share.


Peachtree Corners City Hall was one of 23 drop-off locations for the Stuff-the-Bus school supply drive this year. Items collected include 33,010 pencils, 9,246 crayons, 770 glue sticks and 162 

backpacks. Read more ...

It Pays to Recycle

Did you know that each time Peachtree Corners households recycles, they are eligible to receive valuable coupons and savings offers from local merchants?

Here's how it works: A RFID chip is attached to your recycle bin that is coded with your address which gets scanned each time you place your recyclables out to be collected. 

Once your household bin is scanned as an active recycler, you'll be eligible for savings certificates and prizes.

For more information or to get started, visit to get signed up for the recycling program. 

The recycling rewards program is managed by Waste Pro. 

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