New precinct to begin operations on Dec. 14, 2019
The Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners and Gwinnett County Police Department officials on Dec. 3, 2019 celebrated the opening of the new Bay Creek Police Precinct/Alternate 911 Center, located at 185 Ozora Road in unincorporated Loganville. The other five current precincts are named after their corresponding placements in the county – North, East, South, West, and Central. Bay Creek was named after the park in front of which it’s situated.
Officials cut the ribbon for the 12,117-square-foot police precinct, which will begin serving the county’s growing southeastern region on Dec. 14. The $15.9 million project was funded by the 2009, 2014 and 2017 SPLOST programs. The precinct will offer services such as access to reports and a community meeting room. The alternate 911 center will provide communication with officers and other agencies during critical incidents, including weather-related events, where communications elsewhere might otherwise be compromised. The precinct facility also will provide command staff offices, a squad room, a fitness center and locker rooms and evidence storage space.
Parts of the 30052 area code of Loganville, including some inside of the City of Loganville, are in Gwinnett County. The parts in the unincorporated Gwinnett area of Loganville are served by GCPD.
See more photos from the ribbon-cutting ceremony here.