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At 8 a.m., Wednesday, April 5, construction crews will temporarily block the southbound lane of Wisteria Drive at the new Snellville Library located at 2245 Wisteria Drive This location is indicated
While the City of Snellville remains committed to providing our residents with opportunities to recycle household items, the city will discontinue free curbside recycling service on May 1 as the cost
PUBLIC NOTICE The Mayor and Council of the City of Snellville hereby give notice of the City’s intent to make available license(s) to sell distilled spirits by the package within the City Limits of
Package Sales Application PACKAGE SALES APPLICATION 3-27-2023 Package Sales Ordinance Alcohol License Information SNELLVILLE — Residents will soon be able to buy liquor in Snellville after Mayor and
Street sweeping in Sector 2 will take place tomorrow. Please make sure vehicles are out of the street. The following are Sector 2 Streets: Albion Drive Amberly Way Anchors Way Anscot Court Bellwood
The City of Snellville and Gwinnett County have entered into a new Intergovernmental Agreement that will facilitate the construction of over a mile of new sidewalks on Skyland Drive and Pinehurst Road
Mayor and Council have put a sixth-month moratorium on allowing new CBD stores from opening in the city. City officials say some CBD stores may actually be selling products that are illegal and
Changes to the Unified Development Ordinance were approved that will tighten up regulations on “Build to Rent” developments following action by Mayor and Council last week. They approved text
For the eighth time in nine years, City Controller Jan Burke was awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association of the
Street sweeping will commence Jan. 16 in Sector 1 in Snellville. Crews will be sweeping during the day. Sector 1 streets include: Amber Woods Drive Bennett Ridge Bent Trail Berkshire Court Brookstone
****“The spring 2023 Snellville Citizen’s Police Academy class has unfortunately been canceled. We will have details on how to apply for the fall Citizen’s Police Academy class in the following months
Mayor Barbara Bender and Lisa Platt, director of Parks and Recreation, presented Earnestine Jones of Snellville with the 2022 Active Adult Center Volunteer of the Year Award, Monday. “It’s because of