Norcross City Hall will reopen to the public beginning Oct. 12 to accommodate advanced voting ahead of the November elections.
Norcross City Manager, Rudolph Smith, announced earlier this year that he was retiring in Sept. after 22 years with the city. In July, Norcross began the process of selecting a new city manager.
“Although newly constructed, the Hunter-Walker Trail has a long history in the City of Norcross,” Norcross Mayor Craig Newton said. “Prior to being an ‘official trail,’ this path served as a cut-through to the park for many residents."
The Norcross City Council recently changed course on plans to add a trash compactor enclosure behind Paizanos restaurant at 7 Jones St. The city had previously contracted with Malco Construction for the Downtown Norcross Compactor Enclosure project in the amount of $114,682.
Norcross is looking for individuals from the community to participate as part of a Buford Highway Corridor steering committee. The city is coordinating a Master Plan with the help of the Sizemore Group for strategic revitalization and redevelopment of the 1.85-mile long Buford Highway corridor.
Construction on the Hunter-Walker Trail, a 0.17-mile trail connecting Hunter Street and Rossie Brundage Park in Norcross, is now complete.
The city of Norcross has passed a resolution requiring people to wear masks in indoor spaces owned or leased by the city.
Qualifying to become a candidate for Norcross city council member closed Aug. 21.
Volunteers are needed in Norcross for the Historic Preservation Commission, Housing Authority and Architectural Review Board, as well as the Public Arts Commission and Sustainable Norcross Commission.
After four decades in municipal government, including more than two decades with the city of Norcross, City Manager Rudolph Smith is preparing to retire.