Biohazard - Norcross

 

Biohazard in Norcross: Contaminants are mold, bacteria, pollen, stagnate water, animal dander, dust mites, rodents and insects. These contaminants each has its own remedy some more complicated than others. Mold and bacteria require the most extensive treatment and restoration.

City of Norcross History

 

Norcross is Gwinnett County's second oldest city and the county’s first city to be placed on the National Registry of Historic Places. Established in 1870, Norcross eventually became known as “Atlanta’s favorite summer resort,” when the first stretches of the new railroad brought well-to-do Atlantans to escape the heat and bustle of the big city as early as 1878. Today, readily accessible from major interstates and highways yet still tucked quietly away, the historic Norcross community is a charming antidote to modern suburbia. Tree-lined sidewalks invite leisurely strolls through the residential districts, winding through beautiful parks and into the revitalized downtown. There, century-old buildings house trendy boutiques, art galleries and a performing arts theatre, with local restaurants offering a diversity of unique menus. Live music, local art and a full year-round calendar of events create a dynamic vibe that engages people of all ages and backgrounds.

 

 

Norcross Mayor - Bucky Johnson

65 Lawrenceville St.

Norcross, GA 30071

(404) 400 - 2509

 

Norcross Water Department

65 Lawrenceville St NW
Norcross, GA

(404) 400 - 2509

 

 

Emory Eastside Medical Center

5707 Peachtree Pkwy #100

Norcross, GA

(404) 400 - 2509

 

Lakeview Behavioral Health

1 Technology Pkwy S

Norcross, GA

(404) 400 - 2509