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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.

Focus On Gwinnett Cities

Duluth approves $176K for public safety security fencing
September 23, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Norcross trashes idea to enclose downtown trash compactor
September 23, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Fireworks for Christmas? You never know what 2020 will bring
September 22, 2020

Gwinnett Daily Post

Norcross citizens invited to help shape Buford Highway corridor
September 22, 2020

Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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GwMA News

Governors Executive Order Notice

April 3, 2020

Governor Kemp's 4/2/20 Executive Order covers COVID-19 for the cities in Gwinnett County. For interpretation or guidance on the Governor’s Order please contact the office of the Governor at gov.georgia.gov, covidcomments@georgia.org, or 404-656-1776.

 

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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