Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation is encouraging citizens to celebrate National Park and Recreation Month by doing activities outside that would normally be done inside.
A nonprofit group that provides affordable housing in Gwinnett has been authorized to administer a program that will allow veterans and their families to live in five homes located within Gwinnett County parks, including two in Dacula.
An event hosted at two locations in Dacula helped raise $4,500 for the Gwinnett Parks Foundation's youth sports scholarship fund.
Four trails in Gwinnett County -- including two in Dacula -- have been designated as national recreation trails.
On June 3, the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners accepted a $25,000 from the nonprofit Gwinnett Parks Foundation to fund the construction of a new playground at Little Mulberry Park in Dacula.
Northern Gwinnett County news including the cities of Dacula, Ga. and Buford, Ga.