Peachtree Corners: Overview
The population of people aged 18-35 in Peachtree Corners, GA, is about 9,551. This year, the city is not conducting any city-related elections.
- The total population in Peachtree Corners, GA, is about 41,268.
- The people aged 18-35 are as follows: 18-19 years - 774, 20 years - 385, 21 years - 537, 22-24 years - 1,692, 25-29 years - 3,005, and 30-34 years - 3,158.
- Therefore, the total number of 18-35 population is about (774+385+537+1,692+3,005+3,158) = 9,551.
- This year, 2020, the city is not holding any elections, according to its 2020 calendar and elections notices website. This could be because Peachtree Corners' city elections were held last year on November 5, 2019, where Lorri Christopher won the re-election with 978 votes to maintain her position as a Councilwoman. Additionally, Councilmen Phil Sadd and Alex Wright and Mayor Mike Mason ran for re-election without opposition.
- Some neighborhoods in Peachtree city include Peachtree Station Cir, Clover, Shakerag Hill, City Center, Starrs Mill, among others.
- Peachtree Station Cir: 65.9% of this neighborhood's workforce is made of executives, managers, and professionals. According to NeighborhoodScout's survey, Peachtree Station Cir has a higher number of "high-level people" compared to 96.1% of entire neighborhoods in the USA. This makes it unique.
- Clover: This neighborhood consists of people who afford an executive lifestyle. It is among the top 11.9% executive lifestyle neighborhoods in GA, according to a NeighborhoodScout's exclusive analysis. Clover is also suitable for families with school-aged children; this means it's a good choice for wealthy young families.
City ID Program
- Peachtree Corners doesn't have a city ID Card program of any kind for its residents. However, its county, Gwinnett County, provides a picture identification badge for solicitors, and it must be prominently displayed. The ID badge includes the solicitor's name, photo, business name, and expiration date. Additionally, at the lower corner of the ID reads "GCPD permit."
- Some cities in the United States that offer the "Municipal ID Card Program" have been highlighted on this website, Government Technology.
- Since the city doesn't have any "Municipal/City ID Card Program," do you have any plans to launch this program for your city residents?
Research could not determine if Peachtree Corners has a city ID Card program of any kind for its residents. In search of this information, we used the following strategies. The team began research by going through the Peachtree Corners' government website; this is because most city governments usually update their programs, activities, events, among others, including programs like "City ID Card Program." Therefore, through this strategy, we hoped to find any data that shows when Peachtree Corners' government/leadership introduced the city ID card program or when it's planning to launch it in its city. However, after a deep search in this source, we could not find any relevant data relating to the city's ID card program.
Next, the team expanded its research scope and searched through websites related to the Peachtree Corners' county, Gwinnett, and third-party websites, such as Next Door. We used the county's websites, hoping we could find data relating to the Peachtree Corners' city ID card program that has not been highlighted in the city's government website. Unfortunately, we could not find any relevant information here to satisfy the research question. We could only find that Gwinnett County launched the county's ID badges for solicitors, according to the Next Door website. Our assumption here is that this ID badge program for the county also affects the residents of Peachtree Corners because the city belongs in the Gwinnett County. Also, we found a website highlighting cities having " "Municipal ID Card Program" in the USA, but Peachtree Corners city is not one of them.