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Waterbury Cove is a non-leasing/rental community    

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POLICE    AND    HOSPITALS


                     POLICE 

 

Police/Fire  Dial  911 on your telephone
Police -- Non Emergency 770-513-5100

Gwinnett Police WEB site: Gwinnett Police

 

  Waterbury Cove  C O P S  Neighborhood Watch

For after the fact criminal activity or area alerts--Waterbury Cove or surrounding neighborhoods--contact our Waterbury Cove Neighborhood COPS chairperson, Kurt Feldhaus

                            404-358-5494.

For information on 'Roaming Patrol-Zone Reports' click this link:
              'Roaming Patrol-Zone Patrol' MONTHLY REPORTS

 

    

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                 HOSPITAL       


Gwinnett Medical Center - Lawrenceville, GA
100 Medical Center Blvd
Lawrenceville, GA 30045
Telephone:  678-312-4312
WEB site:  Gwinnett Medical Center Lawrenceville 

Gwinnett Medical Center - Duluth, GA
3620 Howell Ferry Road
Duluth, GA  30096
Telephone:  678312-6800
WEB site:  Gwinnett Medical Center Duluth

Glancy Rehabilitation Center - Duluth, GA
3215 McClure Bridge Road
Duluth, GA  30096
Telephone:  678-584-6789
WEB site:  Glancy Rehabilitation Center

For all other related medical Gwinnett Medical Centers click this WEB site link:  Gwinnett Medical Centers

 

 

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SCHOOLS   AND  GWINNETT COUNTY 

                            SCHOOLS 

To access master WEB site for all schools in Gwinnett  County click this link: 
        Gwinnett County Public School WEB site

      Gwinnett Schools in our neighborhood Cluster

                   Collins Hill High School
             

               McKendree Elementary School
              

                   Creekland Middle School
                   

                   All other Gwinnett Schools



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                      GWINNETT COUNTY

  GWINNETT COUNTY SERVICES     

         

 

The county of Gwinnett was chartered on December 15, 1818. The first trials, elections and sheriff's sales were held at the Hog Mountain home of Elisha Winn in 1819. The first jail was located adjacent to Winn's barn, which served as the county's first courtroom.

The city of Lawrenceville, to be the county seat, was chartered in 1821, three years to the day after the creation of Gwinnett County. The genesis of the county seat's name came from Captain James Lawrence, commander of the frigate Chesapeake during a battle with HMS Shannon on June 1, 1813, off the coast near Boston, Massachusetts. Lawrence's command to his crew, "Tell the men to fire faster and not give up the ship!" inspired Gwinnett resident William Maltbie to suggest that the town be named in the Captain's honor. A paraphrase of Lawrence's words, "Don't Give Up the Ship," later became the motto of the U.S. Navy, which has named numerous ships in his honor.

 *For extensive Gwinnett County information click this link:

               GWINNETT COUNTY SERVICES

  

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Movies/Theaters and Shopping

 

                             MOVIES/Theaters

     AMC Discover Mills 18
     5900 Sugarloaf Parkway,
     Lawrenceville, GA 30043
     (404) 816-4262 
      
     AMC Colonial 18
     825 Suwanee Rd,
     Lawrenceville, GA 30043
     (404) 816-4262

     Regal Mall of Georgia 20
     & IMAX
     Mall Of Georgia
     3333 Buford Drive, Suite 3000
     (678) 482-6171

 

      click here for  AURORA THEATRE 

   

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                                  SHOPPING

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Lawrenceville /  Restaurants

 

         City of Lawrenceville

 

 Lawrenceville Visitors Info

 Lawrenceville Government info

The county of Gwinnett was chartered on December 15, 1818. The first trials, elections and sheriff's sales were held at the Hog Mountain home of Elisha Winn in 1819. The first jail was located adjacent to Winn's barn, which served as the county's first courtroom.

The city of Lawrenceville, to be the county seat, was chartered in 1821, three years to the day after the creation of Gwinnett County. The genesis of the county seat's name came from Captain James Lawrence, commander of the frigate Chesapeake during a battle with HMS Shannon on June 1, 1813, off the coast near Boston, Massachusetts. Lawrence's command to his crew, "Tell the men to fire faster and not give up the ship!" inspired Gwinnett resident William Maltbie to suggest that the town be named in the Captain's honor. A paraphrase of Lawrence's words, "Don't Give Up the Ship," later became the motto of the U.S. Navy, which has named numerous ships in his honor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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