To help prevent prescription drug abuse, the Suwanee Police Department is once again participating in the Drug Enforcement Administration’s “Take Back” event.
Once again this year, the City of Suwanee and Town Center merchants are putting together good meals…good deals…and good times to entice folks to come out for the monthly Toast @ Town Center street festival.
According to a March 3 article in the New York Times Magazine, “Cities across America are facing dire financial distress” and are in danger of defaulting on bonds.
It’s just about that time of year again…when the flowers are in bloom, the trails in Suwanee begin to get busy, and the folks using those trails can find, literally, Art on a Limb.
Area residents are invited to spend a night on Suwanee’s “wild” side. The Great American Campout is returning to Sims Lake Park Saturday, April 30.
The City of Suwanee has contracted with Atlanta-based TSW for design and pre-construction services related to a new police substation and training center to be built in the Suwanee Gateway area.
Interface Studio of Philadelphia, a full-service planning and urban design practice founded in 2004, has been selected to coordinate the City of Suwanee’s 20/20 Vision strategic planning initiative.
The Suwanee Day festival, named a Top 20 event for September 2011 by the Southeast Tourism Society, is looking for fine artists, talented craftspeople, and food vendors with a flair for flavor.
Citizens are invited to dig in and help plant trees at White Street Park as the City of Suwanee commemorates Arbor Day on Saturday, March 26. Ten fruit trees, including apple, peach, and pear, will be planted at the park beginning at 9 a.m.
The City of Suwanee’s signature family festival and another event were named Kaleidoscope Award winners during the Southeast Festivals and Events Association conference held last month at Stone Mountain.
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.