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    Trash and Recycling Revert To Standard Service

    Posted on January 20, 2022

    Effective Monday, January 24, trash & recycling service will revert to our standard service (separate trash/separate recycling). Thank you to everyone for your patience! Read on...
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    Norcross Board Vacancies

    Posted on January 18, 2022

    The city is now accepting applications for the Planning & Zoning Board, Downtown Development Authority, Norcross Public Arts Commission and Discovery Garden Park. The Planning & Zoning Board makes recommendations to the City Council on rezoning Read on...
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    Trash/Recycling Collection to be Delayed 1 Day This Week

    Posted on January 16, 2022

    NOTICE FROM WASTE MANAGEMENT: Due to safety of city residents and businesses and our team members, we have decided not to run tomorrow (Monday) and will be one day behind to catch up on Saturday. Freezing temperatures in the early hours of the morning Read on...
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    Norcross Is Recertified As An ARC Green Community

    Posted on January 12, 2022

    We are proud to announce the city has been recertified as a ARC Green Community! Norcross has been an ARC Green Communities certified government since 2010. Today, we are one of six Platinum certified communities in the Metro-Atlanta area! We are Read on...
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    Norcross Trolley Is Temporarily Closed

    Posted on January 12, 2022

    Update on January 13th from Norcross Trolley: **This weekend Friday, January 14th and Saturday, January 15th the Norcross Trolley will not be in operation. Norcross Trolley will no longer be regularly rescheduled for Friday and Saturday routes.** Due Read on...
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    Norcross Community Online Market Is Temporarily Closed

    Posted on January 11, 2022

    Update from @NorcrossCommunityMarket (https://www.facebook.com/norcrosscommunitymarket/): Due to circumstances out of our control, we will no longer be hosting an online market this spring as you may have read about in recent city newsletters and other Read on...
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    Temporary Recycling Containers for Norcross

    Posted on January 11, 2022

    Due to labor shortages caused by COVID-19, the City of Norcross has been notified by Waste Management that curbside recycling will be co-mingled with regular trash for the next two weeks. If you would like to ensure that your recyclables are recycled Read on...
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    Trash & Recycling to Be Temporarily Co-mingled

    Posted on January 7, 2022

    Due to the labor shortages caused by COVID-19, we have been notified by our hauler that trash and recycling will be co-mingled for the next two weeks. If you choose not to have your trash and recycling co-mingled, there will be large, open-top recycling Read on...
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    Norcross Tree Trimmers

    Posted on January 6, 2022

    Norcross Power has contracted with tree trimmers to remove limbs and branches along the power lines, with the intention of mitigating power outages. Trimmers will be working within the city starting now and will remain working for several months. Read on...
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    Norcross Power Scam Alert

    Posted on January 3, 2022

    Scam Alert: Please be aware, an unknown entity is pretending to be Norcross Power and calling customers telling them power will be cut off if payment not received. The call is coming from a number with the same first 6 digits as many City of Norcross Read on...
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    Leaf Vacuuming to Begin 11/1

    Posted on October 29, 2021

    Leaf vacuuming will begin in Norcross on November 1st, and run through January 31st. As a reminder, please do not blow leaves into the streets as this can clog our stormwater drains. Leaves must be blown to edge of property, not on sidewalk, street, or in Read on...