One trail 8 to 10 feet wide would run along the south side of Buice Road, extending an existing, 10-foot-wide trail from its current terminus at Papillon Trace to Spruill Road.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: May. 8, 2019
Potential concepts for the crossroads include extending six lanes north of the Medlock Bridge/State Bridge intersection to St. Ives Country Club Parkway/Grove Point Road; and extending a six-lane section west along State Bridge to Johns Creek High School, according to a city announcement.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Apr. 3, 2019
Main roads to be resurfaced are Old Medlock Bridge Road, Old Crossing Way, Medlock Crossing Parkway, Autry Mill Road, Rogers Bridge Road, Valais Court, Byers Road and West Morton Road.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Mar. 28, 2019
Because of the steep topography of the lot, the ground would need to be raised and a retaining wall built to hold the proposed offices. City council members were concerned about the impact the retaining wall would have on neighbors.
Source: NorthFulton.com | Posted: Mar. 28, 2019
Two Johns Creek residents will soon celebrate big birthdays: Argel Landers will turn 100 April 18, and Mary Brown will celebrate her 105th birthday March 30.
Source: NorthFulton.com | Posted: Mar. 27, 2019
According to Fulton County records, the building was built in 1997 and Johns Creek bought it from the Georgia Municipal Association in February 2017.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Mar. 12, 2019
Ebert provided strategic management and oversight for all community development services including planning, zoning, land development, building and permitting, code compliance and stormwater management, the city said.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Mar. 6, 2019
The council approved paying $10,759 to Abbotts Bridge Place for 4,123 square feet of right of way, 361 square feet of permanent easement, and 6,926 square feet of temporary driveway easement.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Mar. 4, 2019
City spokeswoman Edie Damann said the City Council approved $25,000 for the project from this year’s budget. Pickleball, invented in 1965 in Washington, is a mix of badminton and tennis that has become popular among retirement-age folks.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution | Posted: Mar. 1, 2019
The rezoning would allow for a "lifestyle village" with approximately 11 tenants across four buildings, including food and retail patios, according to documents filed with Johns Creek Planning Commission.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle | Posted: Feb. 20, 2019