Did You Know the City of Peachtree Corners Has a Website?

You can find out when the next City Council meeting is scheduled, how to get a building permit, who to contact and lots more.

Do you have a question for the mayor or one of the City Council? Although Peachtree Corners' City Hall isn't open, you can still reach one of the city leaders through the city's website.

The website is: www.cityofpeachtreecornersga.com, there you will find a wealth of information including contact email addresses for each of the City Council members.

On the website is a variety of information including:

  • When and where the next City Council meeting will be held
  • How to Guide for permitting, licensing and land-use services
  • How to apply for a building permit, sign use permit, licenses, etc.

There's also a helpful FAQ page that covers a substantial bit of information on a variety of subjects including:

  • Can I use "Peachtree Corners" as my city's address
  • Who provides police services
  • Who do I call for animal control services, ... etc.

The city's City Council meeting minutes have been archived and are available to review, and there's a new feature "Subscribe to City Updates" where you can provide an email address and updates will be sent to you.

There's lots more on the site and Rosemary Taylor, the city's acting Communications Director is constantly adding new features.

"It's still very much a work-in-progress," said Taylor, who pointed out the new Frequently Asked Questions page includes links as well as a Community Development page with information on obtaining various permits and land-use services. You'll find the information on how to apply for permits under "What's New?"

"And," she added, "there are also bios of Council Members in the About section."

You'll find information on the current millage rate, ways to get involved with the city through various volunteer opportunities, the city's charter, a map of the city and more.

Click HERE to visit the city's website - and when you have a chance - tell us what you think. Do you have suggestions for other features and sections?


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