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If no, contact Community Development Department at 678-691-1200 or Zoning Administrator at 678-691-1205.
If no, Visit the Gwinnett County ZIP Portal to schedule a fire inspection with (and pay) Gwinnett County to obtain a county fire Certificate of Occupancy. You will need to submit this with your completed Business License Application.
If yes, Contact Gwinnett County Health Department at 770-963-5132. For grease traps, contact Gwinnett County Water and Sewer Division at 678-518-6240. If an Alcohol Beverage License is needed call 678-691-1208.
If yes, Contact the Zoning Administrator for sign/banner permits at 678-691-1205.
If no, obtain and complete a Business License Application Available Online or at City Hall, 310 Technology Parkway.
Submit completed form with copy of Gwinnett County Fire Certificate of Occupancy, copy of lease, notarized affidavits, and picture identification to the Business License Officer who can be reached at 678-691-1208.
Please contact the Gwinnett County Non-Emergency Police Department at 770-513-5700 for all parked or abandon vehicles on the street in the City of Peachtree Corners.
There are several ways to report an observation/violation:
Our Code Enforcement Officers will answer questions and investigate concerns from citizens on a wide variety of issues. Depending on the nature of the concern and the results of the inspection, the Officer visits the reported property and works with the property owner/resident to correct any issues found. Depending on the type/size of the violation, there may be more than one follow-up inspection required.
From the date the Notice of Violation (NOV) is issued, the owner/resident is given a specific time frame in which to correct violation(s) and come into compliance. A NOV can be verbal, a door hanger, a written notice and, at times, a phone call.
Correct the violation either before or by the corrective action date given. If for any reason you are unable to come into compliance within the time frame given or have questions, please call the Code Enforcement Officer who issued the NOV to discuss the violation/resolution.
Our Code Enforcement team works with the community through communication and education with a goal of voluntary compliance - while encouraging responsible property maintenance.
18 feet, which meets the Georgia Department of Transportation's requirements.
Approximately 45 feet.
It is a thrust arch style bridge.
Michael Baker, Inc., an engineering firm located right here in Peachtree Corners.
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Yes. The Gwinnett Helpline, 770-995-3339, is available as a resource for information and referrals for emergency shelter, health services, child care, substance abuse, employment, counseling, food, legal services and other family challenges. If you or someone you know needs help, call the Gwinnett Helpline at 770-995-3339 or visit their website for more information.
Noise Issues: For non-emergencies citizens should call 770-513-5700 for the Gwinnett County Police Department. For emergencies call 9-1-1.
The Gwinnett County Animal Shelter enforces animal control laws and shelters animals that have strayed, gotten lost, or been turned over for adoption.
The shelter is located at:884 Winder HighwayLawrenceville, GA, 30046Phone: 770-339-3200
Fire and Emergency services are provided to Peachtree Corners residents and businesses by Gwinnett County through an intergovernmental agreement with the Gwinnett County Department of Fire and Emergency Services.
Headquarters408 Hurricane Shoals Road, NELawrenceville, GA 30046
For Emergencies, call 911. For non-emergencies, call 678-518-4800.
Police services are provided to Peachtree Corners residents and businesses by Gwinnett County through an intergovernmental agreement with the Gwinnett County Police Department .
Office hours: Monday through Friday8 am to 4 pmFor Emergencies, call 911
Phone: 770-513-5190 (for information and police reports)
Phone: 770-513-5700 (for non-emergencies)
Gwinnett County’s 911 is responsible for answering emergency calls and dispatching Police, Fire, and Emergency Medical Units.
The center is in operation 24 hours a day, 365 days per year.
The City of Peachtree Corners maintains a zero millage rate and does not impose property taxes. However, property and motor vehicle taxes are levied by Gwinnett County. For more information visit the county's Tax Information page, or read the county's guide entitled Property Tax and Motor Vehicle Facts (PDF).
Please contact the Gwinnett County Tax Assessor’s Office in the Gwinnett Justice and Administration Building, 75 Langley Drive, Lawrenceville, GA 30046. The office is open Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm.
You may also see the City Limits map on our Maps page.
Vehicle registrations are done at the County Tax Commissioner’s / Tag Office. There is a Gwinnett County Tag Office located at 6135 Peachtree Parkway, Suite 201B, Peachtree Corners, GA, 30092.
For more information visit the county's Tax Information page, or read the county's guide entitled Property Tax and Motor Vehicle Facts (PDF).
Yes. All property owners in Peachtree Corners pay property taxes to Gwinnett County. Property tax bills will continue to come from the Gwinnett County Tax Commissioner's Office. You will receive one bill, with a notation of the taxes designated for the county, the City, and Gwinnett County Public Schools.
Currently, Fire Districts are not reflected on the tax bill. (Beginning with the billing in 2013, there will be a service district for county fire and EMS and a second service district for County Police Services on the tax bills for Peachtree Corners property owners).
Email Gwinnett Property Taxes Phone: 770-822-8800
Read the county's brochure, Property Tax and Motor Vehicle Facts (PDF).
Local and State Governments control and manage encroachments within the rights-of-way by a permitting process. Any encroachments or installations not permitted by the local and state governments are considered illegal and are subject to removal at the owner’s expense. Unauthorized encroachments impede the rights-of-way management and create traffic safety issues and delays during City infrastructure or utility maintenance or installations.
No. Irrigation is not considered a utility and cannot be installed within the right of way. Maintenance and damage to any irrigation facilities in the right of way are not the responsibility of the city or utility companies.
No, the City does not regulate utilities. By state law, we cannot prohibit the access to the public right of way by utility companies or their contractors.
The City does have a permit process for utilities to follow so the city can be as aware as possible of upcoming work, the scope of that work and the schedule.
Contact information should be included in notices given by the utility company. Below are contact numbers for major utilities in the area:
Use the City’s Fix-It App or call the Georgia Department of Transportation at 404-631-1990.
You may also download the Fix-It mobile app from the App Store or Google Play Store by searching for Peachtree Corners Fix-It.
Right-of-way (ROW) can be defined in a variety of ways, but in general land terms, it is the legal right, established by usage or grant, to pass along a specific route through grounds or property belonging to another.
A right-of-way allows local and state governments to construct and maintain roads, stormwater systems and sidewalks to facilitate pedestrian and vehicular movement. ROWs are also used by the utility companies (Gas, Electric, Water, Sewer, Cable, Fiber Optic etc.), to install and maintain their utilities.
Often a plat or survey will show the property line up to the ROW that is managed by the government. (Note: An exception to this is when the ROW is a permanent easement. In this case, the government has permanent and perpetual access to the property in the easement, but the property owner still retains legal ownership to the entirety of the parcel. There is little practical difference between these two types of ROWs. The distinction is a legal one.)
Right-of-way responsibilities as defined by the policy include but are not limited to landscaping maintenance, grass cutting and tree maintenance in a manner consistent with City of Peachtree Corners code. Property owners must also refrain from the installation of permanent structures within the right-of-way such as irrigation systems, fences and walls, or any object that can obscure line of sight.
When sidewalks are present one should always use them, regardless of which side of the road it is on. Walking against traffic (left side of the road) is the recommended way to walk along a road that does not have sidewalks because walking against traffic allows pedestrians to establish and maintain eye contact with opposing drivers and assists pedestrians with the ability to see possible dangers coming their way.
When you are walking with the flow of traffic, you only have your ears to rely on to alert you of anything coming, which can occasionally be a little startling and would impact your ability to make good decisions. To be on the safe side please always use sidewalks when available, and if sidewalks are not present, please walk against traffic.
There is no universal rule or measurement to locate the ROW. In most cases, ROWs are deeded to the local government when a developer creates a subdivision plat and records it as a Final Plat. The ROW is shown in an Exhibit to a closing deed when a house is purchased, with iron pins indicating the property corner/ROW boundary. Developments are created differently, and during construction road pavement may not be centered in the ROW and may fluctuate in width. The width of ROWs varies depending on road classification, ranging from 40-foot to 120-foot. It is not accurate to describe a ROW as being a set distance from the edge of the road.
For approximate ROW locations please see the City’s map. Click to view the City Parcels’ layer and the ROW lines are what is not included in a parcel. You can also use the ruler tool to get an approximate measurement.
Use the City’s Fix-It App or call Gwinnett County Department of Transportation at 770-822-7474.
Call the Department of Water Resources at 678-376-7000.
The resident should contact the utility company regarding property restoration or compensation for damage.
Homeowners are required to obtain a tree removal permit to remove a tree that is located in a required Zoning Buffer, Conservation Area, Open Space, Chattahoochee River Corridor or designated Tree Save Area; or if the tree is a specimen tree (see below). If the tree is located outside of the previously mentioned areas, the homeowner can remove a tree from their property without a permit; however, property owners are required to keep at least two live trees and any specimen trees.
Submit or download the tree removal permit application using the links that follow. Your request should include documentation showing the location, species, and approximate size of all existing trees noting the trees to be removed. You can submit the application online or email it.
There is no fee for a tree removal permit. The only associated cost is when you have tree recompense mitigation requirements for removal of a landmark/specimen tree.
Contact Public Works at 678-691-1200.
If your lot is within 2,000 linear feet from the Chattahoochee River, the property is located in the River Corridor (see the Chattahoochee River Corridor map on our Maps page.)
For more information regarding the River Corridor please email Katherine Francesconi by email or call 470-395-7033.
Property Owners should contact the Public Works Department at 678-691-1200 prior to removal. If the tree is healthy, we recommend you consult with an arborist or urban forester for information about proper pruning and care. Certified arborists can be found at the International Society of Arboriculture website.
Contact the City of Peachtree Corners Public Works Department for all fallen trees on city streets, or for assistance with County or State Roads call 678-691-1200. For the Gwinnett Department of Transportation, call 770-822-7400, and for the Georgia Department of Transportation, call 404-656-5267.
Yes, there are several which are used for collecting data, observing the steward as he or she oversees the operation of the vehicle, and for security. Both autonomous vehicle platforms have the ability to monitor the vehicle operation inside and outside of the vehicle at all times.
At the present time, wearing a mask on the shuttle is optional.
Yes. Both shuttles have air conditioning and heat available onboard.
PAUL maintains a speed of approximately 12 miles per hour in autonomous mode.
This deployment is different from the previous deployment, because the pilot will be operating multiple autonomous shuttle brands, one from Local Motors (Olli), and one from Navya. This is the first time in the world that a multi OEM autonomous shuttle operation has been completed in a 5G and connected vehicle environment. These shuttles will also be operating on the newly deployed CV2X infrastructure for V2I and V2P testing and integration. The companies will also continue to work on their platforms to ensure the safe and efficient operations of autonomous shuttles on public roadways.
PAUL is 100% electric with a variety of types of batteries onboard to power the vehicle and all the technology onboard.
A round trip is approximately 25 minutes, starting at City Hall and returning to City Hall. From City Hall to Westech Drive (across the street from City Hall) is approximately 18 minutes.
PAUL is a multi-passenger vehicle and can transport roughly eight passengers at a time. Safety is a top priority while the vehicle is in motion; therefore no standing is allowed in the shuttle when the vehicle is in operation. All passengers are required to wear seatbelts when riding in the shuttle.
There are a total of seven stops, five on the east side of Technology Parkway and two on the west side. PAUL is programmed to stop at each location while in operation along the Curiosity Lab route. View the Route Map (PDF) to learn more.
It is free to ride PAUL.
PAUL is a safe, efficient, accessible, and sustainable transportation option.
PAUL has a portable ramp and built-in accommodations inside the cab where the steward can secure mobility devices.
PAUL will operate starting from City Hall from 10 am to 4 pm, Monday through Friday.
View the Route Map (PDF) to learn more.
Peachtree Corners is working with the private sector to advance the reality of connected and autonomous shuttles, which will help provide alternative transportation options to communities across the country. This pilot will focus on cellular vehicle to everything integration, where the city's infrastructure can communicate with the shuttles, and also the shuttles will be testing vehicle to vehicle communications, as well as operating autonomously safely on public roads.
A new solid waste hauler, Waste Management, began providing garbage and recycling collection services to Peachtree Corners residents on Wednesday, January 2, 2019. For more information or to start service call Waste Management at 404-794-6707 or 888-964-9730 or send an email to Waste Management Customer Service.
See our Trash Pickup & Recycle Information page or visit the Waste Management website for more details.
Property Owners should contact the Public Works Department at 678-691-1200 prior to removal. If the tree is healthy, we recommend you consult with an arborist or urban forester for information about proper pruning and care. Certified arborists can be found at the Isa Arbor website.
Homeowners are required to obtain a tree removal permit to remove a tree that is located in a required Zoning Buffer, Conservation Area, Open Space, Chattahoochee River Corridor or designated Tree Save Area; or if the tree is a specimen tree. If the tree is located outside of the previously mentioned areas, the homeowner can remove a tree from their property without a permit; however, property owners are required to keep at least two (2) live trees and any specimen trees.
Submit or download the tree removal permit application using the links below. Your request should include documentation showing the location, species, and approximate size of all existing trees noting the trees to be removed. You can submit the application online or email it.
Tree Removal Application (1-3 trees)
Tree Removal Application (4 or more trees)
For more information regarding the River Corridor please email Katherine Francesconi or call 470-395-7033.
The diameter of a tree is measured at 4.5 feet above the ground.