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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.

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Gwinnett County and 16 Cities Issue "Stay at Home" Emergency Order

March 29, 2020

GwMA Cities Join Gwinnett County Issuing "Stay at Home" Emergency Orders effective March 28, 2020.  The following is a quote from GwMA President Kelly Kelkenberg:

Gwinnett Municipal Association President Kelly Kelkenberg said Gwinnett’s 16 cities recognize the value of consistent directives for all residents in Gwinnett County during this critical time.
“The cities have worked to align their emergency decisions with the directives of Gov. Kemp, guidance from the public health department, and Gwinnett County’s local emergency orders,” said Kelkenberg, who also serves as mayor pro-tem for the city of Duluth. “Our residents need to understand the extreme danger and seriousness of the coronavirus, to which no one has immunity. We are acting in unison to stem its spread, to keep from overwhelming our medical facilities, and to save lives.”

Sugar Hill hosts GwMA in their new Eagle Theater and E Center

August 13, 2019

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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