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    Independence Day Letter from the Mayor

    On July 4th, 2020, America will celebrate 244 years since the signing of our Declaration of Independence. George Washington called the American political ideal, "The Great Experiment." James Wilson, a signer of both the Declaration of Independence and Read on...
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    Recycling Day is Back on July 25!

    Recycling Day is back!! Please note that due to COVID-19, we will not be able to have staff assist you with the unloading of your vehicles. This event will be bulk recycling only (no shredding, electronics or hazardous waste), though we are adding bins... Read on...
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    City Hall to Take Appointments Beginning July 1

    The city will begin allowing visits to City Hall and other city facilities via appointment on July 1st. Masks will be required, and hand sanitizing stations will be provided. With the rise in cases specific to our zip code (30071), we have been advised by Read on...
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    SNC Presents New Recycling Video

    Sustainable Norcross is proud to present a brand new video all about recycling! You can watch it now on Youtube (click "read more" to see the link). Thank you to Norcross High School students and staff for helping bring this project to life, and 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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    School Zone Traffic Cameras

    New traffic cameras have been installed in four Norcross school zones. A 30-day period is in place in which only warnings will be issued and then beginning March 1st, 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...