City of Sugar Hill Updates Regarding COVID-19

Mayor and Council to Honor Volunteers

Sugar Hill will be hosting their Second Annual Community Appreciation Banquet on Thursday, December 1st.  The banquet is a great opportunity for City Council and staff to thank the volunteer leaders of the community who are making great strides for our Sweet City.  Members of the city’s boards, commissions, and affiliated clubs are being invited and treated to dinner by City Council and staff. Mayor Steve Edwards is grateful for the volunteers, “It is passionate people like these, who pour their heart and soul back into the community making Sugar Hill such a great place to live.  I am thankful for them every day and I am glad that we get the opportunity to honor and thank them.  We could never repay them for their tremendous service to our city.”


At the meeting the 2016 Volunteer of the Year will be announced.  Last year, the prestigious honor went to Taylor Anderson, the Chairman of the Downtown Development Authority.  Taylor humbly accepted the award, “It was an honor to be selected as the City of Sugar Hill’s 2015 Volunteer of the Year. We have a tremendous number of citizens who dedicate a lot of time and energy into making our city the special place that it is. I’m looking forward to continuing to serve this great city and the exciting developments that are under construction and on the horizon!”


Sugar Hill offers volunteer opportunities for people with all interests from the Arts Commission, Historic Preservation Society, Women’s Club, Youth Ambassadors, Toastmasters and more.  For more information about how you can get involved, visit or contact Scott Andrews at