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    New Property Available in Downtown Norcross

    The Historic Cotton Gin building (125 Lawrenceville St, Suite 400) is now available for a new restaurant opportunity! Click here for full details. Read on...
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    City Manager Rudolph Smith to Retire

    It is with great pride (and some sorrow) that we announce the upcoming retirement of our beloved City Manager, Rudolph Smith. As we approach his last day with us on September 2nd, we look back on his 22-year legacy and know that the impact of his Read on...
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    Notice of Candidate Qualifying for Municipal General Election

    Notice is hereby given that a Municipal General Election for the City of Norcross will be held on November 3, 2020 for the seats of three (3) council members. The city will utilize paper ballots to tabulate the respective votes. Qualifying for this Read on...
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    Hunter-Walker Trail Art Project

    We are on the last phase of the Hunter-Walker Trail and have begun painting the sewer manholes! The artist, Dr. Angelika Domschke, will be painting flowers on one of the manholes and a honeycomb with bees on the other in honor of Norcross' Bee City Read on...
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    Pollinator Census Activity on 8/22

    The Great Georgia Pollinator Census is taking place Friday, August 21st through Saturday, August 22nd! The Pollinator Count is a statewide project where all Georgia citizens are asked to count pollinators. Adults and children can complete this activity at Read on...
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    Bulk Item Pick-Up Returns

    Attention Norcross Sanitation Customers: Bulk item collection, which had previously been stopped during the Shelter at Home Order and for some weeks following, is now back to being offered. Advanced Disposal (the city's sanitation contractor) will Read on...
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    Norcross Greenway Project: Request for Feedback & Comments

    In keeping with Governor Brian Kemp’s directive to keep state government agencies functioning as Georgia combats the COVID-19 pandemic, Georgia DOT is moving forward by placing project information for review and feedback into an internet platform to compl Read on...
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    Splash Pad is Closed

    Please note that the Lillian Webb Park Splash Pad is still closed until further notice due to COVID-19. You can learn more about the status of city facilities and parks on our COVID-19 webpage. Read on...
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    Help the British Car Fayre Be Able to Continue to Support Amanda Riley Foundation

    While the 2020 Atlanta British Car Fayre in Norcross has been canceled along with other events this year on account of COVID-19, that’s not stopping the organizers from continuing their support of the Amanda Riley Foundation! For 19 years, all proceeds Read on...
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    Sign Up for City Alerts

    Don't forget to sign up for alerts straight to your inbox or phone! Stay in the know about city operations, road closures, power outages, resources and more. Here's a breakdown of what you can sign up for and how: Read on...
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    City to Resume Processing Fees for Online Payments on August 15

    Processing fees for online payments of city utilities, fines, etc., which had been waived during the city and state's Stay At Home Order, will resume on August 15th. Details on all acceptable methods of payments may be found Read on...
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    Reminder - Burning Ban in Effect

    A Burning Ban has been in effect since March 23rd per the Gwinnett Fire Marshal. Please refer to the Gwinnett Fire website for more information. Read on...
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    Drones Policy

    Just a friendly reminder that no drones are allowed within the limits of the City of Norcross, with the exemption of city-chartered drones for city purposes. Read on...