The City of Loganville proudly serves as the gateway between the hustle and bustle of Gwinnett County and the more relaxed and rural nature of Walton County. Named after a prominent businessman, the City of Loganville is keeping true to our roots, serving as a home to more than 1,200 businesses both big and small. With three state highways traversing the city, Loganville combines its small-town atmosphere with its close proximity to Atlanta as well as the University of Georgia in Athens to create an ideal locale to live, work and play.
The Loganville Development Authority was created by the City Council in 2014 to finance, operate, develop, construct, maintain, manage, market and administer projects for investments and reinvestments within the
City of Loganville, Georgia.
Seeking to stimulate diverse, high-quality economic development, the Authority provides taxable and tax-exempt bond financing pursuant to Georgia Development Authorities law .
For more information on incentives, call Jeremy Dupree at 770.633.5312
Pursuant to the Georgia Open Meetings Act, The Loganville Development Authority (LDA) provides notice of scheduled meetings for 2020.
Regular bi-monthly meetings are to be held on the fourth Thursday commencing in January at 6:00 PM in the Anna Holbrook Building located at 137 Camp Street Loganville, GA 30052.
Called or Special meetings will be as needed and duly announced.
January 13, 2020 (Called Meeting)
March 26, 2020 - CANCELLED
May 28, 2020
July 23, 2020
September 24, 2020
November to be announced
All interested parties are invited to attend