City Council Strategic Priorities
Learn about City initiatives
In January 2023, the Johns Creek City Council agreed to focus on five strategic priorities: Creekside Park, Economic Development, Green Communities Certification, Town Center, and Recreation & Parks. Learn more about each of the strategic initiatives above.
Mayor Bradberry to deliver State of the City on Wednesday, March 6View details & RSVP
City Council work session, regular meeting set for Monday, March 4View agendas & watch meetings online
Vendor opportunities available for the City's Easter Bunny HopRead more
Apply for the City's Battle of the Bands event March 15 Read more

Cauley Creek Park opens
Explore the 203-acre park


The 203-acre property is located in the eastern half of the city adjacent to the Rogers Bridge Trail and the proposed Rogers Bridge connection to over the Chattahoochee River to Duluth.

Business license renewals due March 31Read more
Community Garden applications now openRead more
Mayor's Art Competition applications now openRead more
Johns Creek recognized as an ARC Green Community Read more
Early voting underway in Fulton County
Read more
Early voting is available at two locations in Johns Creek: 
- Northeast Spruill Oaks Library, 9560 Spruill Road
- Ocee Library, 5090 Abbotts Bridge Road
Johns Creek Designated as Georgia’s First Ever BioReady® Community Read more
View the latest Construction Project Progress updates Read more
What you need to know about the Stormwater Utility Program
Read morePay my Stormwater Utility Bill


In order to address the critical infrastructure impacts of stormwater runoff, the City of Johns Creek has implemented a stormwater utility program.