The City Council is comprised of a mayor and four council members who are elected at-large and serve four-year terms. The City Council has legislative authority, which includes, but is not limited to, supervising administrative officers, formulating policies, and exercising city powers.
The authority and duties of City Council are delineated in the city charter.
Trey King has been a 26 year resident of Dacula. Before moving to Dacula, he completed high school in Stephens County. Trey attended Young Harris College receiving an Associate’s Degree in Science, then earned his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Pharmacy at The University of Georgia. He later furthered his education by earning a Master’s of Science degree from Piedmont College as well as a Specialist in Education Leadership and Administration from Lincoln Memorial University.
Trey worked for 15 years as a retail pharmacist before deciding that he could better serve his community and follow his passion of becoming a teacher. Currently, he is in his twentieth year as a chemistry teacher at one of Gwinnett County’s most successful public schools, Collins Hill High School. For the last 12 years, he has also served as Collins Hill’s liaison to the Professional Association of Georgia Educators, the state’s largest education association.
Within the community Trey King has served the community as a member of the Dacula Zoning Board of Appeals, a member of the Planning Commission, a member of the Steering Committee for the Comprehensive Land Use Plan, the Chairman of the Planning Commission, and as a City Council member. Trey has enjoyed working with people and helping others throughout his adult life. He has volunteered as a mentor-teacher through Good Samaritan Ministries for inmates at the Phillips State Prison Transitional Center, volunteered with the American Red Cross, and served as a volunteer at Gwinnett’s Indigent Care Clinic.
Trey beyond his service to the community, enjoys listening to and playing music. He currently plays his bass clarinet in the Ebenezer Baptist Church Orchestra. He often works on vintage automobiles and enjoys spending time with his family and friends. He and his wife, Dawn, have three sons and will celebrate their 34th year of marriage in March.
Councilman Holcombe has been a Dacula resident since 1961 and has served as a councilmember for 35 of those years. Throughout his years of service, he always made the decisions he thought best for the City and will continue to do so as long as he is fortunate enough to serve on the council. A few of his favorite pastimes include hunting, fishing, and gardening.
Councilman Spain has been a Dacula resident for over 60 years and is excited to begin his service to the City as a councilmember. During his term in office, he intends to help Dacula be a place that people want to and are proud to live in. His hobbies include restoring antiques and attending estate sales looking for treasures.
Councilwoman Robinson has been a Dacula resident since 1980. During her 11 years of service as a councilmember, she has attended multiple government trainings to help better her ability to serve the City. Before beginning her service as a councilmember, she served as a Gwinnett County police officer for 30 years.
Councilman Wells has been a Dacula resident since 1992. In that time, he has served as a councilmember for the last 8 years and previously served on the Planning Commission for 9 years. His dedication to the community is driven by a desire to help improve the lives of citizens. In his spare time, he enjoys woodworking.