In the wake of massive cancelations last year, the City of Johns Creek plans to roll out a series of events this spring with COVID safety protocols in place.
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The Johns Creek City Council is edging closer to establishing a stormwater utility after reviewing a proposed fee structure presented at a Feb. 8 work session.
Student Leadership of Johns Creek and the Johns Creek Historical Society are teaming up to help restore the historic Macedonia African Methodist Church Cemetery.
The Johns Creek City Council continued discussion Jan. 11 on how the city is to distribute the remaining balance of its CARES act funds.
During a special called meeting on Jan. 4, the Johns Creek City Council unanimously voted to extend the emergency ordinance related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The historic Macedonia Cemetery off Medlock Bridge Road officially has a new owner.
The Johns Creek City Council discussed the latest revisions to the extent of service for the city’s proposed stormwater utility at a work session on Dec. 7.
After weeks of discussions, the council voted 4-3 to distribute the CARES Act funds to support businesses who applied for aid with a flat rate grant that will be determined, in part, by the number who apply.
The Johns Creek City Council began discussions on how to distribute more than $3 million it expects to receive in federal relief aid for the coronavirus.
JOHNS CREEK, Ga. — The Johns Creek City Council and Mayor Bodker remain divided but open to ideas on the issue of a mask mandate ordinance.