Wondering how to make sure treats are the only things kids pick up when they go door-to-door looking for candy on Halloween, however? Well, the city of Johns Creek has some suggestions for you.
Construction is under way of the first segment of the Cauley Creek Park Trail in Johns Creek.
The Johns Creek Police Department has again been awarded the prestigious National Accreditation with Excellence award by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA).
The Johns Creek City Council has approved an agreement with state and regional agencies for a project intended to improve traffic flow by, essentially, having vehicles talk to traffic signals.
Gwinnett County cities are getting an additional $20 million in coronavirus relief funds, a figure that was increased by $5 million following negotiations between government leaders.
The Johns Creek City Council has authorized staff use of $150,000 in budgeted TSPLOST funds to acquire rights-of-way for the proposed Bell Road over Cauley Creek Tributary bridge replacement project.
A Johns Creek advisory committee has a short list of fall and holiday events that would be changed from previous years but still give residents an opportunity to enjoy the seasons.
An architectural and engineering consultant, Pond & Co., will create a Town Center Master Plan for Johns Creek’s Tech Park area under a $190,000 contract recently awarded by the City Council.
The Johns Creek City Council has awarded construction contracts for a new roundabout and an associated trail extension at Bell Road and Rogers Circle South.
Johns Creek residents will have their say in selecting the city’s next police chief. The city hired the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) to conduct a search for the best qualified candidates, City Manager Ed Densmore said.