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May 2023

Johns Creek mayor tallies city triumphs during annual address

Johns Creek Mayor John Bradberry’s “State of the City Address” took on a different tone from his first, which he delivered only months after he was elected last year. -Johns Creek Herald

Leveraging special events helps create connection to cultures and community

With an eye toward embracing cultural diversity, Johns Creek City Council has worked hard over the last five years to ensure the city provides events and recreational opportunities that reflect the diversity of the Johns Creek community. 
-Georgia Cities Magazine

March 2023

Johns Creek mayor announces new Juneteenth celebration

A roomful of Johns Creek residents cheered and applauded news of a Juneteenth special event on the horizon following action at a Feb. 28 City Council work session. -Johns Creek Herald

Johns Creek Celebrates Georgia Arbor Day

Johns Creek Mayor John Bradberry and council member Erin Elwood recently helped plant a tree at Autrey Mill Nature Preserve, 9770 Autrey Mill Road in celebration of Georgia Arbor Day. Mayor Bradberry presented Autrey Mill with a proclamation recognizing Feb. 17 as “Arbor Day in Johns Creek.” -Atlanta Journal Constitution


December 2022

Johns Creek racked up accomplishments in 2022

As the current City Council completes its first year, I am happy to report that it has been a year filled with much progress and achievement. In example after example, we cast a vision, built consensus around that vision, and worked towards implementation of that vision.
Johns Creek Herald

Johns Creek approves $350M mixed-use project with Avalon vision

Johns Creek has approved a luxury mixed-use development intended to be the bedrock of the city’s 192-acre Town Center. - Atlanta Journal-Constitution

November 2022

Johns Creek honors veterans at Newtown Park

The sound of bagpipes greeted more than 100 people who gathered in front of Veterans Memorial Walk at Newtown Park to honor those who have served in the U.S. military.  - Johns Creek Herald

October 2022

Johns Creek plants daffodils for cancer patients and caregivers

Planting ahead for the future seems like a perfect metaphor for Johns Creek’s Daffodils 4 Hope initiative, a community-wide planting program to inspire and encourage cancer patients and caregivers. Daffodils are planted in the fall to bloom in February and March. - Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Diwali in Johns Creek attracts thousands

Shakerag Park was buzzing with up to 12,000 people for the festival of lights, packed with other small Indian businesses and cuisine, their tents lining the field. - Johns Creek Herald

'No Shame' campaign, mental health takes lead across metro Atlanta

September is nationally recognized as Suicide Prevention and Recovery Awareness Month. And, some cities in north metro Atlanta are reminding themselves of that. - Johns Creek Herald

Sept. 2022

North Fulton County: A New Day

In many ways, it’s a new day in North Fulton County. New mayors took office in Roswell, Milton and Johns Creek in January. And for Alpharetta and Mountain Park, changes are coming that look to the future yet keep some of the best aspects of small-town living. - Georgia Trend