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New City Hall Operating Hours



Peachtree Corners City Hall Hours

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, effective Monday, March 23, the hours that City Hall will be open to the public will change. City Hall will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. On Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, City Hall staff will be working remotely. All will be available via email or by telephone.

This step was taken to protect our staff, our residents, our business community and visitors who are conducting business with the city. These new hours of operation will remain in effect until further notice.

Please use the city’s website, www.peachtreecornersga.gov, to locate important information. Often you will find the answers to your questions on the city’s website. If you are unsure of which department or person to contact, use the “Search” box near the top right side of the homepage and enter appropriate search terms to assist you.

City Hall staff members are also available by telephone and email. A complete list of city staff with direct telephone numbers and email addresses is located on the city’s website. Use the link at the top of the page labeled “Contact Us” for a complete list. The names are listed alphabetically. You may also use the filter to locate staff members by department.

For general queries regarding Building Permits and Building Inspections:

As City Hall will be operating under restricted hours of operation, we ask that all contractors, permit expeditors, architectural /engineering firms, etc., submitting plans for building construction or land disturbance projects, do so electronically through eplan solutions (https://peachtreecornersga.eps.tech/peachtreecornersga/index.html).

The two days that City Hall will be open for walk-in service, will be dedicated to issuing certificates, picking up approved plans and permits, and to assist our residential customers. For permitting questions, please contact Elaine Cribbs at 470-550-1729 or via email at ecribbs@peachtreecornersga.gov. For questions relating to building inspections, please contact Mark Mitchell by telephone at 678-691-1207 or via email at mmitchell@peachtreecornersga.gov

For Business license questions, applications and payments:

During this time, we strongly encourage businesses to renew their licenses online or by mail. If you have questions regarding renewals, please send an email to businesslicenses@peachtreecornersga.gov or call 678-691-1208 to speak with the city’s business license officer.

For Code Enforcement queries:

City Hall will only be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays, but Code Enforcement Officers will be conducting their normal field inspections on all five days in order to respond to and handle any issues that arise. The community will still be able to contact Code Enforcement via telephone at 470-395-7026; by email at codeenforcement@peachtreecornersga.gov or by creating a report from the city’s website (https://www.peachtreecornersga.gov/residents/report-anissue-fix-it) or by using the city’s Fix-It app.

For Public Work issues or questions:

During the restricted hours of operation, Public Works or Solid Waste related issues can still be submitted through the PC Fix-it app. For those with a smartphone, this can be downloaded for free searching “PC Fix-it” in your affiliated app store. Those with the “Corners Connect” app can also access the fix-it app directly there. You can also submit a service request using the City’s website at https://www.peachtreecornersga.gov/residents/report-an-issue-fix-it.

As usual, all phone calls to Public Works will be routed to the 24 hours/day call center if the staff is unavailable at the moment. Also, as usual, the staff is available via email addresses at all times, and those addresses are available on the Public Works page. Daily maintenance activities of the city’s infrastructure will continue on a regular basis just as they do during normal operations.

The city made the decision to remain open for two days each week to accommodate the needs of the community and businesses. The City Hall building is being thoroughly cleaned and disinfected daily to ensure the public and city staff is safe during this coronavirus outbreak.

If you have questions regarding any non-city related matters, please refer to the “Who Do I Call” list which is located under the “Residents” tab. Topics include emergency water repair, excessive noise complaints, property taxes, stray animals, etc.

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Peachtree Corners Celebrates 8th Anniversary



The mayor and council and other city leaders are joined by the Fuqua Development team to celebrate the Town Center grand opening April 27, 2019.

On July 1, the City of Peachtree Corners officially celebrated its 8th anniversary. It’s been an eventful eight years. The list of accomplishments since its incorporation on July 1, 2012 continues. A new Town Center, a Veterans Monument to honor our veterans, the launch of Curiosity Lab, a soon-to-be-complete pedestrian bridge, are just some of the recent highlights.

The city’s 11.5 mile multi-use trail, named the Corners Connector, continues to expand. A portion around Technology Park Lake was just completed — expect news of a ribbon-cutting to be announced soon. 

New businesses continue to open and re-locate to our city by the river enhancing the economic development of our city. And thanks to prudent financial management, the city continues to maintain its zero millage rate. Happy 8th anniversary Peachtree Corners.

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State Court Judges Announce Arraignments and Criminal Hearings are cancelled effective immediately



 All state court arraignments and criminal hearings are cancelled effective immediately until July 17, 2020, at 5 p.m. due to the public health emergency. This cancellation applies only to state court criminal cases. These matters will be rescheduled at a later date.

Source: Gwinnett County Administrative Office of the Courts

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Building Southwest Gwinnett County – Annual Mayors Panel Discussion



The Southwest Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce presents a panel discussion of the common issues of the cities that are the Gateway to Gwinnett. This is a great opportunity to ask questions about the issues that affect our community and our businesses. This event is part of the First Friday Breakfast program and it will be held on July 10 from 7:30-9 AM at Atlanta Tech Park.

The mayors of Berkeley Lake, Norcross and Peachtree Corners represent three of Gwinnett’s most diverse cities: one of the biggest cities and one of the smallest cities in population, one of the newest and one of the oldest cities in the county, and as a group, one of the most diverse ethnic populations in the country. Many of our concerns cross the boundaries of these three cities and certainly the economic health of any one impacts the businesses in all three.

Our moderator will be posing pre-submitted questions to each of the mayors and as time permits questions from the audience. Topics will include issues facing each of the cities and common issues facing Southwest Gwinnett County. This is a great opportunity for our audience to be engaged in the direction being taken by the cities in the Southwest Gwinnett Chamber community. 

Please submit questions to this email address: bcoffey@southwestgwinnettchamber.org with the subject “I have a question for the Mayors”.

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