Gwinnett County offers an exceptional array of utility providers for water, gas and electricity that will work closely with your relocation team.
As one of the few states in the nation that allows competition between its electric power suppliers, Georgia offers attractive utility rates. Additionally, the power transmission and distribution system throughout Gwinnett provides for ample supply, high reliability and redundant service methods.
- City of Buford: 770-945-6761
- City of Lawrenceville: 770-963-2414
- City of Norcross: 770-448-2122
- Georgia Power: 888-660-5890
- Jackson EMC: 770-963-6166
- Suwnee EMC: 770-887-2363
- Walton EMC: 770-972-2917
The 1998 deregulation of the natural gas industry provides the opportunity to choose from several approved suppliers. Additionally, the municipalities of Lawrenceville and Sugar Hill offer their own natural gas services.
Gwinnett County is located in the largest toll-free telephone calling area in the US. All of Gwinnett County is wired for fiber optics, providing optimum flexibility and protection against service interruptions. There are many local and long distance service providers offering reliable, redundant service options. Multiple cellular service options are also available.
Most cities in Gwinnett provide garbage collection service within their respective city limits. Residents in other cities and in unincorporated Gwinnett County may select a company from a list of approved solid waste collection companies. The list of approved companies is available from Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful at 770-822-5186 or www.gwinnettcb.org.
Water and Sewage
Duluth, Lilburn and Snellville all use the county water system.
For hook-up in other areas:
Sugar Hill: 770-822-8811