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 The Gwinnett County Department of Community Services has combined its Gwinnett L.I.F.E., Gwinnett Extend and OneSTOP program guides into one publication called InGwinnett to make it easier for residents to learn about programs, events and experiences in our community.

Published twice times a year, InGwinnett features information about six months’ worth of Community Services’ aquatic and sports activities, events, club and group opportunities, and educational, recreational and wellness programs.

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Along with events and activities, the new publication will showcase various amenities and rental options available at Community Services’ locations. It will also highlight services offered by the department’s different divisions: Animal Welfare and Enforcement, Health and Human Services, Live Healthy Gwinnett, Parks and Recreation, UGA Extension Gwinnett, Volunteer Gwinnett and Voter Registrations and Elections.

Residents are encouraged to visit to see the publication, or they can pick up a physical copy at one of many local facilities, including the Bill Atkinson Animal Welfare Center, Gwinnett County Public Libraries, Health and Human Services facilities and Parks and Recreation facilities.

For more information about Community Services or its programs, activities or services, visit

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