Sugar Hill Street Improvements
New City Limit Monuments & Street Signs:
“Welcome to Sugar Hill” monument signs have been installed on Peachtree Industrial Blvd at the north and south boundaries of the City. We are coordinating with Georgia DOT to receive authority to place a monument sign on Highway 20 at the intersection with Atwater Court.
New City Limit signs will be installed throughout the City. You can see the new signs on the City’s website home page (above).
Mulch, Wood Chips, and Yard Waste...?
City Street Projects
About the Sugar Hill Public Works Department
The City of Sugar Hill Street/Public Works Department has 13 employees. Their workday duties include: cleaning the litter from city streets, cut and maintain the grass on 67 acres of right-of-way, provide maintenance on 69 miles of City streets, pick up of grass clippings, leaves and yard debris (which represented almost 2400 loads in 2011), chip tree limbs and trimmings (220 loads in 2011) and haul off yard debris to construction and development materials landfill (206 loads in 2011). The department also facilitates our annual three (3) times a year mosquito abatement spraying, while maintaining the City’s fleet of 40 vehicles and heavy equipment and the City’s closed landfill. The team is also the first to respond and support City efforts after storms as well as assisting other City departments with construction projects which saves the taxpayers a significant amount of money by using in-house resources. You can contact the City of Sugar Hill Street Department at 770-271-2137.