Working together for
a Better Gwinnett

Strengthening Gwinnett through Inter-City Cooperation

 

GwMA’s mission is to support city residents and businesses of our rapidly-expanding county and foster better cooperation among the cities of Gwinnett, improve the understanding of the complex issues that cities face, and provide for maximum efficiency and economy of taxpayer dollars.

GwMA News

GwMA "Annual Meeting" hosted by the City of Lawrenceville

December 6

GwMA's "Annual Meeting" held at the newly completed Lawrenceville Arts Center
Evermore CID Hosts GwMA

August 9

The Evermore Community District hosts the Gwinnett Municipal Association on August 4, 2021 at the Vecoma On The River Event Facility.
GwMA's June 2021 Meeting Hosted By the City of Norcross

June 7

The City of Norcross provided GwMA with the opportunity to meet and hear about the latest news in recycling and local sustainability efforts.  Laura Hernandez joined us as the guest speaker. 
GwMA Meets to Recognize Gwinnett BOC Chair Charlotte Nash in October 2020

October 8

At the Gwinnett Municipal Association meeting on October 7, 2020 members were able to tour the Gwinnett Fire/EMS Training Facility and program information presented by Gwinnett Fire Chief Russell Knick.  Special recognition was given to commemorate Gwinnett BOC Chair Charlotte Nash’s terms working with GwMA Cities and elected officials. 
Sugar Hill hosts GwMA in their new Eagle Theater and E Center

August 13

GwMA members were treated to the newest and best offerings from the City of Sugar Hill.  Additionally, the association hosted the Gwinnett House and Senate Delegation members for a forum to hear their views and outlook for the upcoming 2020 legislative session.

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