Suwanee locales and people are featured in the 13 photos selected as winners of the 2011 Snap Suwanee competition. The photos were chosen from among 114 entries received from 35 shutterbugs and are on exhibit through the remainder of the year on the first floor of City Hall.
Get It in the Gateway, the City of Suwanee’s Facebook-fueled promotional campaign to bring awareness to Suwanee Gateway businesses and prizes to participants, is returning this spring.
Think about it, it’s difficult to get nine out of ten people to agree on anything these days. But, Suwanee residents agree: 96 percent would recommend living in Suwanee to someone who asked.
The City of Suwanee’s 2011 community events season begins in April with a glow, that is a hot-air balloon glow in the Suwanee Gateway, the City’s oldest commercial district.
The North Gwinnett Arts Association and City of Suwanee will host the annual Arts in the Park celebration on Saturday, May 21. Hundreds of people will come to Town Center Park to celebrate, appreciate, and witness art in all its various, wonderful forms, from fine art to performance art.
When the City of Suwanee conducted a tree inventory in late 2009, it found that the community had 3,866 public trees in parks, medians, and along streets.
Suwanee’s Public Arts Commission has issued a Call to Artists/Request for Proposals (RFP) for original outdoor sculptures to be featured in the debut of this spring’s Suwanee SculpTour.
The next session of Suwanee’s Citizens Police Academy will begin Tuesday, March 1. This eight-week, hands-on program allows participants a chance to get to know many of Suwanee’s officers personally and provides a better understanding of the responsibilities and risks of being a police officer.
Got a green thumb? Do you like to play in the dirt? Are you itching to get your garden planted or maybe you have a winter garden?
Challenged to find a creative use for large oak and pine trees that were removed at White Street Park last year in order to make room for the Harvest Farm community garden, three members of Suwanee’s public works department have created an au naturale educational amphitheater.
The City of Suwanee is looking for artists and other creative individuals who’d like to have their artwork displayed on tree limbs and in other natural settings. The City is hosting a competition for artwork to be considered for its 2011 Art on a Limb program.
The update to the City of Suwanee’s Alternative Transportation Plan is nearly complete. Working with transportation planners from Pond and Company and incorporating citizen feedback obtained through two public meetings, Suwanee has completed a draft of recommendations for projects and prioritization
Mayor Dave Williams will present the annual “State of the City” address at 6:15 p.m. Wednesday, January 12, at City Hall, 330 Town Center Avenue.