The Public Works Department Street Division is responsible for maintenance to all City streets, from repairing potholes, sink-holes and sidewalks to maintaining and replacing signs, to clearing after storms.
Dead Animal Removal:
The Public Works Department can ONLY report dead animals on the roadside to Gwinnett County. We do NOT have the proper equipment or an incinerator to handle this task. The County follows a schedule for pick-up and consequently, animals may stay for a few days before they are removed. Thanks for your patience.
Prior to working within the City's right-of-way,a permit is required. Follow the links below for more information on how to obtain a right-of-way permit.Right of Way Registration
Right of Way Ordinance
Current and Upcoming Street and Pavement Preservation Projects:
2016 Asphalt Rejuvenation:
The City has accepted a bid for the 2016 Asphalt Rejuvenation Program from Pavement Technology, Inc. Residents will be alerted before any work begins on City streets. Work has been completed by Pavement Technology on the streets here.
City Maintained Streets:
Did you know that not all streets within the City are owned and maintained by Duluth? Some streets within the City are privately owned or maintained by either Gwinnett County or the Georgia Dept. of Transportation (GA DOT). For services on those streets, please contact the appropriate agency.
Click here for a City street list.
Gwinnett County maintained streets - please contact Gwinnett County at 770-822-7474 or www.gwinnettcounty.com
Albion Farm Road Old Peachtree Road
Bugle Drive Peachtree Industrial Blvd.
Bunten Road Pittard Road
Chattahoochee Drive Pleasant Hill Road
Creek Drive Roberts Road
Gravitt Road (and surrounding areas) Rogers Bridge (Buford to PIB)
Howell Circle Satellite Blvd. (and areas surrounding Gwinnett Place)
McDaniel Street Sugarloaf Pkwy
North Berkeley Lake Road Summit Ridge Pkwy
Old Norcross Road
Full Depth Reclamation:
Full Depth Reclamation is a process that reclaims the entire asphalt surface of the existing roadway and part of the underlying base. This material is then crushed, pulverized, blended and replaced to make a stabilized road bed, which is then re-paved with new asphalt, essentially creating a brand new road. This project is partially funded by 2015 LMIG (Local Maintenance and Improvement Grant) Funds, a program funded by the Georgia Motor Fuel Tax and allocated through the Georgia Department of Transportation. The remaining funds come from SPLOST (the penny sales tax).
Georgia Department of Transportation maintained roads:
Buford Highway (aka SR 23)
Highway 120 (aka SR 120, Abbotts Bridge Road, Duluth Highway)