Continuous Landscape Maintenance and Trash Removal Program
The Gwinnett Place CID maintains the appearance of 10 miles of roadways within Gwinnett’s central business district and the I-85 interchanges at Pleasant Hill Road and Steve Reynolds Boulevard. Landscape crews funded by the Gwinnett Place CID removed 52.94 tons of trash and 1,252 illegal signs in 2019. Since 2007, CID-funded efforts removed over 347 tons of trash from area roadways. Last year, the CID had 56 damaged street signs and 203 street lights and traffic signal lights repaired.
I-85 Interchange Landscape Improvements
The Gwinnett Place CID has implemented and continues to maintain its I-85 interchange Beautification Master Plan to landscape the Pleasant Hill Road and Steve Reynolds Boulevard interstate access ramps. These access ramps act as a “front door” into the greater Gwinnett Place area and showcase that Gwinnett Place is welcoming for those visiting and working in the heavily traveled area. View the I-85 Interchange Beautification Landscaping Plan
Signage and Way-finding Master Plan
Partnering with Gwinnett County, the Gwinnett Place CID has implemented a multi-year signage and way-finding system to provide directional assistance and branding elements to roadways throughout the district. The elements are designed to create excitement and announce to visitors that they have arrived in Gwinnett County’s Central Business District with unified gateway monuments, illuminated street name signs and banners. Funding comes from previously received grants from the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners for plan development, combined with Gwinnett Place CID funds for implementation.