Fallaize Insurance Agency 754 Holcomb Bridge Rd, Norcross, GA30071 Fallaize Insurance Agency offers most every type of insurance plan, both personal and business, from a variety of…More insurance carriers. The personal plans include insurance for property, liability, business and group health benefits.
The Gwinnett Village Community Improvement District 5855 Jimmy Carter Blvd, Norcross, GA30071 Located in Norcross, The Gwinnett Village Community Improvement District is a special benefit district which endeavors…More to promote economic development, decrease crime and traffic, increase property values and improve the quality of life for its residents. For more information, be sure to call the telephone number or visit the website provided.
Kudzu Art Zone 116 Carlyle St, Norcross, GA30071 Kudzu Art Zone and Gallery is a local studio and exhibition space in Norcross that promotes fine arts within the…More community. The facility offers classes, activities, an open studio, special events, exhibits and more through membership benefits. To learn about the efforts of Kudzu Art Zone and how to become a member, visit the Web site.
Georgia Department of Labor 2211 Beaver Ruin Rd, Norcross, GA30071 At this new brick building near the Driver's Lisence Center and Department of Family & Children Services, residents…More are provided with career services, like unemployment benefits, job training and work permits. There is a child play area. This Gwinnett County Career Center serves the entire county.
King David Community Center 5054 Singleton Rd, Norcross, GA30093 The King David Community Center is a child- and adult-care facility that has licenses from the Department of Human…More Resources and has served the Norcross community for more than a decade. King David offers personal support for the elderly, helping them with their daily routines and providing transportation. Children also benefit from the seasoned professionals at King David: educational opportunites are given to children who need extra tutoring. The center is mostly comprised of members of the Russian community in Norcross, but it is open to the public.