A few things to consider while maintaining your curb appeal

JUNK VEHICLES

Abandoned or junk vehicle, front yard parking or parking on any unpaved surface.

OPEN STORAGE

Storage of  dilapidated furniture, appliances, machinery, building materials or any other item which is rusted, wrecked, junked, dismantled or inoperative

LAWN AND YARD MAINTENANCE

Grass and weeds over 12” high. Stacks of yard clippings and fallen tree branches

TREE STUMPS

Tree stumps greater than 12 inches in height above ground level shall not be permitted or maintained on any premises for more than 14 days after the tree has been cut.

HIGH OCCUPANCY HOUSEHOLD

More than 8 individuals related by blood or marriage or unrelated residing in a single dwelling unit.

BUILDING MATERIALS

Outdoor storage of appliances, building materials or rubbish, etc. on premises for 24 hours (exempts cut wood, neatly stacked no more than 3 ft. in height for the homeowner’s personal use).

STANDING WATER

Stagnant water in swimming pools conducive to the breeding or harboring of mosquitoes or other insects.

QUALITY OF LIFE CODE ENFORCEMENT


Main: (770) 513-2050
Complaints: (770) 513-5004

For other phone numbers and information, visit Gwinnett County online

For non-emergency reports, contact Gwinnett County Police: (770) 513-5100

For EMERGENCY call 911

Report a Code Violation


Gwinnett County Information

The following links are provided for informational purposes and are subject to change at the discretion of the counties Technical Service team.

Connect with Gwinnett County online services including Water, Parks and Recreation, Property Taxes, Property Assessment, and more.

Questions about Gwinnett County Zoning, Maintenance, and Development ordinances can be answered via Gwinnett County e-Services

Questions about Gwinnett County property maintenance can be answered here.

The Department of Planning and Development is locations at
446 West Crogan Street
Suite #150
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
(678) 518-6000