Gwinnett Village CID

Interchange within the Gwinnett Village CIDThe Morsberger Group spearheaded the Gwinnett Village Community Improvement Association, whose mission is to “increase property values, promote business development, and improve the quality of life for all those who live, work, and play in the village.” The Gwinnett Village CID is a self-taxing entity created voluntarily by area property owners to combat the county’s aging infrastructures, security issues, and declining property values. The project assembles the community’s business leaders to take an active role in securing services that local governments are not adequately providing. The CID is projected to raise $1.5 – 2 million a year to improve traffic conditions, the landscape, and to hire off-duty police to patrol the area. Learn more about the CID at

Evermore CID

Evermore CID signThe Morsberger Group was instrumental in establishing for the Highway 78 Community Improvement District, now known as the Evermore CID, along the seven-mile stretch of Highway 78 in Gwinnett County. The project assembled the business owners, property owners, and local officials in a self-taxing district to generate revenues used to enhance the beauty and safety of the improvement of 78 and the community. The project ensures a long term plan for improving traffic conditions to lower injury and fatality rates along the hazardous roadway and for maintaining the beauty and cleanliness of the landscape for future residents.  Ultimately, their goal is to continually strive to make the community a destination spot for tourism. Gwinnett Clean and Beautiful named Evermore CID the business of the year. Learn more about the Evermore CID at

Historic Preservation

photo of the square in lawrenceville gaThe Morsberger Group has established itself as the leading specialist in the rehabilitation of historic buildings and the revitalization of declining neighborhoods. We join forces with the local community to recognize, preserve, and celebrate the history and tradition of the original communities. Throughout Historic Downtown Lawrenceville the Morsberger Group has successfully restored buildings that have been a part of the community for over a century.  Historic buildings have been expertly renovated to expose the original brick facades and interiors. Through our efforts to redevelop existing structures, we preserve the historical significance and beauty while enhancing the quality of life for current and future residents. In recognition of his attention and efforts to protect the city’s history, Emory Morsberger, founder and CEO of the Morsberger Group, received the 2006 Preservations Award from The Gwinnett Historical Society.

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