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Norcross has the distinction of being the only location in Gwinnett County to have a district listed in the U.S. Register of Historic Places. The district comprises 112 acres and is located along South Peachtree Street, North Peachtree Street and Lawrenceville Street including the downtown area. Approximately fifty private residences, twenty businesses, three church buildings and one library are located in the district. To enhance the Historic District and character it provides the city, the Mayor and City Council dedicated about $250,000 of Hotel/Motel tax to the revovation of the downtown area in 1987. Turn-of-the-century street lighting now welcomes visitors and residents alike to beautiful shade-tree lined brick sidewalks throughout the downtown area. The present depot, built in 1906, is owned by the city but leased to private businesses which now include the very successful Norcross Station Cafe. Many other new businesses have been established in Norcross recently so that we are now beginning to deal with future parking problems. This is a nice problem to have.
All sections of the city are connected to the downtown core by a network of sidewalks. At any time of the day, you will find walkers, joggers, mothers and fathers strolling their small children, young children learning to ride their bicycles, and even older citizens on bicycles utilizing this community asset. The sidewalk network leads to or through our several parks; Thrasher Park, Rossie Brundage Park, South Peachtree Pocket Park, Lions Club and Betty Mauldin Park. These amenities lend a restful unique flavor to the city by providing a relaxed atmosphere for family and community outings.
But there is a lot more to the city than its center. The huge corporations that lie in and just outside the city employ thousands of workers and contribute greatly to the city and county tax bases. Lucent Technologies, near the intersection of Interstate 85 and heavily-commercialized Jimmy Carter Boulevard, employs 3,200 people and is Gwinnett County's largest employer with the exception of the county school system. The list of other industrial giants in the area include American Express, Rock-Tenn, Federal Express, General Electric, Hitachi America Limited, Quadram, J.M. Tull Metals, Komatsu, Norcorm, Nordson Corporation, Panasonic, Pfizer and Traverls Insurance Company.
Norcross is governed by an elected Mayor and five Council Members. Our elections are non-partisan and are held every year on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November. The Mayor and two City Council seats are decided in the odd numbered years and three Council seats in the even numbered years. The day-to-day city operation is managed by Department Heads. There are approximately seventy employees and the annual budget is approximately $20M. Major city services are water, sewer, solid waste (private firm), electricity, police protection, public works, planning and zoning and business licenses. The Mayor and Council meet the first Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the Municipal Building. Visitors are always welcomed and are afforded ample opportunity to address the Council. The meetings are delayed broadcast on Public Access Channel 24.
Leading companies in Georgia and across the nation rely on us for the secure and timely handling of all their transportation needs. Our dispatch and customer service staff has over 90 years experience in the transportation business and our Regional Manager has been with the firm over 25 years.