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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.

Focus On Gwinnett Cities

Second roundabout coming soon to Pharrs Road in Snellville
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

May 21, 2019

Snellville adopts Gwinnett County animal control ordinance
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

May 17, 2019

Dacula Road/U.S. 29 intersection and bridge project begins
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

May 17, 2019

Sugar Hill invites public to learn more about new 22-acre park
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

May 15, 2019

Norcross opens new Pinnacle Park — with goats
Gwinnett Daily Post

May 15, 2019

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GwMA News

GwMA Celebrates Bicentennial Torch Run and Elects 2019 Board Members

December 31, 2018

GwMA's annual meeting for 2018 was highlighted by recognizing the Gwinnett County Bicentennial Torch Run.  Lawrenceville Mayor Judy Jordan Johnson was recognized for her organization and direction of the year long torch run that traveled through GwMA's 16 Cities.  

GwMA Goes "Back to School" at Grayson Tech for their October Meeting

November 1, 2018

Gwinnett Municipal Association members visited Grayson Technical School to tour the facility and were treated to a delicious dinner prepared and served by the culinary department students.  Tours were provided by school "ambassadors" and the meeting program was presented by Grayson Tech's Assistant Principal Jerilyn Hyndman Ed.S..
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