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Gateway85 CID is 14-square mile district along the I-85 corridor about one mile north of I-285. Click the image above to see an expanded view of our district.

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Opportunity Zones

Gateway85 CID is the only CID in Gwinnett County with both Federal and State Opportunity Zones that provide massive tax benefits to property owners and businesses in the district. Check out a presentation from a 2019 event on Opportunity Zones here or click here for added information. Or download the Opportunity Zone map for Gwinnett County here.

For more information on Federal Opportunity Zones or State Opportunity Zones, please contact the Georgia Department of Community Affairs here.
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Tax Allocation District

Tax Allocation Districts (TAD) are used nationwide as an economic development incentive to attract quality development to an underutilized or distressed redevelopment area. Georgia’s Redevelopment Powers Law gives local governments the authority to sell bonds to finance infrastructure and other redevelopment costs within a specifically defined area.

There are two approved TADs within Gateway85 (one centered around the Jimmy Carter Boulevard & I-85 interchange and the other at the Indian Trail Road & I-85 interchange). 

To learn more, click here.


Jimmy Carter Blvd LCI
10 Year Update 2018

Indian Trail Market Area Market Update 2018

Indian Trail Lilburn Road LCI
10 Year Update 2017

Indian Trail LCI Market Study

Explore the District

Visiting Gateway85? Check out the global flavors the district has to offer here.

COVID-19 Resources

Need COVID-19 Supplies?
If your business is in need of hand sanitizer, masks, face shields and more, please visit The Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) for a list of Georgia-based suppliers here or you can download a complete list here. The GDEcD is collecting information from Georgia companies that indicate they are producing essential medical supplies in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and is sharing this information with Georgia’s units of local government and other potential in-state buyers as a courtesy. The product information and addresses were submitted by private companies to GDEcD and the list does not constitute an endorsement of any particular company or product by the State or by GDEcD. 

The Gwinnett, Newton and Rockdale Health Departments are working hard to keep businesses
informed on best practices in the workplace regarding COVID protocols. They recently produced
a COVID-19 Guide to serve as a tool for Gwinnett businesses. You can find the guide here.

We hope it proves helpful to you. If you have questions or need more specific guidance, please visit