Working in partnership with the Gwinnett County Police Department, the CID continues taking extra measures to increase public safety coverage by contracting with a private security firm to provide additional uniformed services. The CID's daily community patrols and close coordination with Gwinnett County Police is a proactive effort benefiting the many shoppers and visitors arriving at Gwinnett's central business district.
Additionally, the Gwinnett Place CID maintains the appearance of 10 miles of area roadways and the I-85 interchanges at Pleasant Hill Road and Steve Reynolds Boulevard with CID-funded landscape crews in the area five days a week. Recently tabulated metrics point to 2016 being another record year for maintenance and safety efforts spearheaded by the CID. The CID managed hundreds of incidents/issues ranging from non-functioning street lights and damaged street signs to graffiti and illegal sign removal. In the area of trash removal alone, CID staff and crews cleared 36.99 tons of debris from area roadways in Gwinnett’s central business district during 2016.
The CID is fortunate to have strong working relationships with the Gwinnett County Police Department, Georgia State Patrol, Gwinnett County Department of Transportation, Gwinnett County Department of Planning and Development, Gwinnett County Code Enforcement and the public utilities of Georgia Power and Jackson EMC.