The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners approved a request by the Sugarloaf Community Improvement District to expand the district boundaries by 12 parcels.
“This expansion reflects well on the CID’s commitment to continued quality growth in the community surrounding the Infinite Energy Center,” said Commission Chairman Charlotte Nash.
The expansion includes commercial properties on Premiere Parkway, Sugarloaf Parkway, Meadow Church Road and Satellite Boulevard and adds $43.9 million in appraised value to the Sugarloaf CID. This is the first expansion since the CID formed last year, and it will grow the CID to a total of 55 taxable parcels.
When property owners join the district, they agree to pay an additional tax of 3.5 mills to fund infrastructure, landscaping and quality of life improvements.
The CID’s transportation plans include improving six intersections, widening Sugarloaf Parkway, and closing gaps in the sidewalk network to improve walkability. The CID is also working to leverage funding to advance the section of the Infinite Loop Trail project to connect the district into the county’s larger trail network.
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