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Learn more about the FY2025 Proposed City Budget

The first public hearing on the FY2025 Proposed Budget is scheduled during the City Council meeting on Monday, July 29 at 7 p.m. and the second public hearing is scheduled during the City Council meeting Monday, Sept. 9 at 7 p.m. with planned adoption at the meeting.

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Movies at the Park set for Friday, July 12

Movies at the Park presents “Migration,” a free, outdoor family-friendly movie on an inflatable screen at Newtown Park.

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Johns Creek is a Certified Green Community

The City has been certified through the Atlanta Regional Commission’s Green Communities Program for demonstrating leadership in sustainability practices.

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Strategic Priorities

In 2024, City Council agreed to focus on five strategic priorities: Arts & Culture, Economic Development, Public Safety, Recreation & Parks, and Transportation/Connectivity.

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Art & Culture

From community partnerships to public art, City Council is focusing on a strategic plan for arts, culture, supporting performing arts, and creating an arts district.

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Economic Development

City Council is interested in seeking appropriate redevelopment and encouraging adaptive reuse, as well as the continued focus on retention and expansion of existing businesses.

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Public Safety

In addition to continued investment in staff, equipment, and vehicles, City Council is focused on innovative technologies and expansions of existing technologies used.

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Recreation & Parks

City Council continues investments in existing programs, and is exploring additional projects such as trails, an indoor recreation facility, and healthy living initiatives.

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Transportation / Connectivity

City Council continues to invest in transportation projects such as trails, pedestrian and cycling connections, multi-modal transportation, as well as innovative technologies for traffic calming and traffic control.

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A Hub for Health, Wellness & Innovation

Johns Creek is committed to being the region’s premiere hub for healthcare, wellness, innovation, and technology.

From parks, amenities, and infrastructure improvements to more than 700 healthcare & life sciences companies, the City of Johns Creek continues to enhance its position as a leader in health, wellness, and innovation.

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