The Police Station of the City of Snellville is a modern complex, completed in 2011 Police Chief Roy Whitehead…More oversees an award-winning force of 59 dedicated male and female officers who work together with citizens of the city to ensure Snellville remains a safe, secure and vibrant community.
A division of the public safety department, the Snellville police offer various community programs for the benefit of the community including the Citizen's Police Academy, a yearly, 10-week program that enables residents to learn how the Snellville Police Department keeps the public safe and enforces local and state laws. The program is free for residents of the city. Within the police headquarter's building, the force also handles such initiatives as fingerprinting, background checks, alarm registration, vehicle occupant and child safety harness checks, residential vacation checks, record procurement and record expungement.
Snellville City Hall is located near the intersection of highways 78 and 124. Many municipal offices are located…More within the stately brick building, which was dedicated in 2005. City Hall is located adjacent to the Snellville Senior Center, which was also dedicated in 2005.
The offices of the mayor, city council and city manager are located here. In addition, planning and development, the municipal court and budget and finance are within the City Hall building. Departments or offices located elsewhere in the city include police, public works and parks and recreation.
There is a regular meeting every second and fourth Monday of the month at 7:30pm. A work session is held at 6:30pm. On the fourth Monday, a public hearing is also held.