City of Peachtree Corners Code Enforcement


Neely Farm is located entirely within Peachtree Corners City limits and as such is subject to
City of Peachtree Corners Code Enforcement.  

Please review the Peachtree Corners Code Enforcement Guide for an overview of the regulations governing the use and enjoyment of personal property.

The mission of the Code Enforcement Division is to enforce The City of Peachtree Corners ordinances in order to protect the health, safety, and welfare of the community. Since the goal of Code Enforcement is to enhance the quality of life, Code Enforcement Division staff work with property owners and business owners towards reasonable and timely compliance of common code violations, thus increasing neighborhood livability and improving property values.

Curbside Recycling and Trash Pick-Up

  • Trash, Recycling & Yard Waste is collected on Thursday.
  • Trash and recycling carts should be put at the curb no earlier than Wednesday after 3:00 pm
  • Trash and recycling carts should be removed from site no later than Friday 9:00 am
  • All Peachtree Corners residences must subscribe to Trash Collection Service.
  • The optional yard waste subscription did not automatically carry over from Waste Pro. To subscribe with Waste Management, you will need to contact them at 404-794-6707. The additional cost for yard waste pickup is $6.25 per month with a 10 bag per week maximum.
  • If you still have old Waste Pro (or Quality Waste or Roberts or BFI) carts or bins, please call Waste Pro directly at 770-777-1447 to schedule pick up. These old carts can't be used with Waste Management. Waste Management will only collect from their new 96-gallon trash cart (green lid) and 64-gallon recycling cart (yellow lid). 

Animal Safety - Keep Pets on a Leash

  • Pets are a great addition to any family, but responsible pet owners must provide care and supervision.
  • When in public, dogs must be on a leash.
  • Animal waste must be picked up and disposed of properly.
  • If there is an animal in your area that you think is being mistreated or is threatening to the welfare of your community, please call our office or Gwinnett County Animal Control at 770-339-3200.


Vehicle Parking

• In residential neighborhoods, vehicles may only be parked on a hard-surface (asphalt, concrete) driveway, carpet, or garage.
• Parking is not allowed in/on lawn areas.
• Inoperable cars (including partially dismantled or wrecked cars) cannot be parked in public view.
• Any recreational vehicle or any non-motor vehicle may only be parked in a car-port, enclosed structure, or in the rear yard on a paved surface. 
In all residential zoning districts, the parking of the following commercial vehicles are prohibited: Limousines, flat bed trucks, dump trucks, tow trucks, transport wreckers, tandem axle trucks, cab-on- chassis trucks, tractor trailers, wheeled attachments or trailers, buses, earthmoving machinery, semi-trailers, and any vehicle over 20 feet long, 7 feet high or 7 feet wide.


Noise

Peachtree Corners Sec. 42-23. - Loud, unnecessary or unusual noise—Prohibited: It shall be unlawful for any person to make, continue or cause to be made or continued any loud, unnecessary or unusual sound or noise which unreasonably annoys, disturbs, injures or endangers the comfort, repose, health, peace or safety of others in the county, and which is audible to a person of normal hearing ability more than 50 feet from the point of origin of this sound or noise.

Stop Free Newspapers

If you do not want the free newspapers that are thrown into your driveway each week, you can stop delivery of them. You can find web address and phone numbers here.


Report street lights / signs / roads / sidewalks 

PTC offers a free download app for smartphones - Peachtree corners fix-it.  You can send a photo and describe what needs attention right from the location.


Solicitation 
Door to Door solicitors must exhibit proper credentials issued by PTC.  Streets in Neely Farm are public and must give access to all traffic.  Non profit organizations (i.e. Girl Scouts) are exempt.  Homeowners may ask solicitors to leave their property. NO ONE is permitted to insert or attach ANYTHING to your mailbox.  Only the USPS may place proper postage paid items in the mailbox.