The City of Dacula Marshal’s Department and the Gwinnett County Police Department are valuable resources to help the residents feel safe in our community.
In the event of an emergency or to report criminal / suspicious activity, contact 911 before contacting the Marshal’s Department.
Dacula Marshal’s Department:
Marshals are State Certified law enforcement officers, also sworn as Gwinnett County Deputy Sheriff’s, and charged with enforcing state laws and city ordinances inside the city limits of Dacula. The Department provides assistance to the Gwinnett County Police Department’s East Precinct officers, as needed, since we are often closer to emergency calls than they are at any given time.
Your Marshals are proud to serve our community and remain available to answer your questions and respond to your concerns. Please feel free to contact the Department using the phone number below if you have any questions or wish to report a code violation. THE IDENTITY OF ALL PERSONS REPORTING VIOLATIONS OR CRIMINAL/SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY IS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.
Monday – Friday (6:00am – 10:00pm)
442 Harbins Road, Dacula, 30019
You may call the Marshal’s Department after hours, but please leave a voicemail with contact information.
Notice of Violation and Citation Explained
A Notice of Violation (NOV) notifies the recipient that the City believes the recipient committed one or more violations of the City Ordinance and provides instructions for coming into compliance. No further action is taken if the recipient comes into compliance within the stated time frame
A Citation notifies the recipient of City Ordinance violation(s) and requires further action by the recipient. Citations that do not require a court appearance can be paid online before your court date. Click here. The recipient may also choose to not pay the citation fine ahead of court proceeding and be heard by the Judge on his / her case. If the citation reads, MUST APPEAR, then the recipient is required to appear in court at the appointed date and time.
Please note: compliance is still required after paying the citation fine and/or attending Municipal Court.