Streets & Roads

The Public Works Department has the responsibility of maintaining most streets, sidewalks, curbs and gutters within the city limits of Snellville. It is our goal to make sure the streets are in good driving condition.

The Local Maintenance & Improvement Grant (LMIG) is the primary method the City of Snellville uses to resurface our streets. Each year we submit a list of our streets in need of resurfacing to this State program.

'19/'20 Splost/LMIG Completed Project List

  • Heavenly Lane
  • Zermatt Way
  • Beaver Creek Lane
  • Brooks Court
  • Summit Turf Lane
  • Valley Drive
  • Valley Way
  • Lanier Drive
  • Lanier Way
  • Twin Springs Drive
  • Scenic Drive
  • Timberline Trace
  • Vail Valley Court
  • Deer Valley Court
  • Aspen Ridge

'20/'21 Splost/LMIG Completed Projects

  • Brooks Drive
  • Classic Drive
  • Green Turf Drive
  • Overwood Lane
  • Overwood Trace
  • Timberline Trace
  • Garmon Drive
  • Southwind Court
  • Dogwood

'21/'22 Splost/LMIG Active Project List

  • Summit Chase Drive
  • Master Lane
  • Summit Links
  • Fountain Drive

Our mission is to keep our right of ways maintained and kept clear of litter and debris for the overall beautification of Snellville. The Public Works Department maintains certain roadways and medians throughout the city limits.There are also some roadways and streets maintained by Gwinnett County and Georgia DOT within the city limits. If you ever have questions or something to report please contact our office Monday through Thursday 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at 770-985-3527. Right of Way Maintenance

Completed Sidewalk Projects


Questions concerning the sidewalk projects should be directed to Allan Snipes in our Public Works Department.

  • Mountain View Road
  • Classic Drive

Adopt A Road Program

The Adopt-a-Road litter prevention initiative, sponsored by Gwinnett County Department of Transportation (GC DOT) and Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful Services, Inc. (GCB), enables citizens to show their pride in Gwinnett, by keeping pollutants out of our streams, and safely reducing the amount of unsightly trash and illegal signage alongside county and city roadways. Unkempt communities are more likely to have increased crime, decreased economic growth and an overall decline in quality of life. The litter prevention efforts of the Adopt-a-Road program directly benefit the community through litter prevention, greater civic involvement and area beautification.

In order to participate, choose a road with safe access to the litter and that is convenient to your home, school, or business. Read the "Official Adopt-a-Road Rules and Regulations" available on the GCB website, www.gwinnettcb.org. which confirms that you will maintain the area for twelve months and conduct at least four cleanups during that time frame, by attaching it to an e-mail sent to gwinnettcb@gwinnettcb.org, or faxed to 770-822-5179. GCB will confirm your road and clean up schedule. They will supply garbage bags, "Men at Work" signs, and safety vests. Two signs with your group's name will also be posted along the section of road chosen for adoption. When each cleanup is complete, volunteers are encouraged to remove the trash. However, if additional trash removal assistance is needed, please contact Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful at gwinnettcb@gwinnettcb.org.

Information for Gwinnett Adopt-a-Road can be obtained from GCB's website by following the links for "Volunteer" to Adopt-a-Road.