Gwinnett County Parks and Recreation has received a $2.2 million grant from the state of Georgia for improving accessibility, as announced by Governor Brian Kemp. The grant is part of a larger funding initiative of $225 million dedicated to supporting communities across the state.
The grant will be used by Gwinnett officials to enhance accessibility to nearby parks while ensuring safety. The funds will go towards various improvements, including the development of a playground, open green spaces, outdoor gathering areas, enhancements to natural areas, a greenway, and a transit stop.
Governor Kemp expressed gratitude to the partners involved in making these resources available to communities significantly affected by the pandemic.
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