A vital component of Leadership Johns Creek is community service.  The graduating classes to date have made substantial contributions to the Johns Creek community.

Inaugural Class of 2010 Projects: The Newtown Park Community Garden; the Environmental Teaching Pond at Autrey Mill Nature Preserve and Heritage Center; four Historical markers/educational signs installed along the Johns Creek greenway; and a video depicting the unique history of Johns Creek which is available for use by community groups and schools.

Class of 2011 Projects:  A certified Natural Wildlife Habitat and upgraded Greenway near Johns Creek High School; the “Billy Badge Program” to introduce Public Safety to kindergarten and 1st grade elementary school children; “Crossing Over Johns Creek” signs to mark each location in the community where the road crosses the actual Johns Creek; and historical markers at the locations where Johns Creek enters the city (headwaters) and feeds into the Chattahoochee River (tail waters).

Class of 2012 Project: Refreshed and enhanced fitness Trail 7 in the Johns Creek Technology Park. This beautiful half mile lake-front trail was transformed with new fitness stations, benches, picnic tables, bird houses, trash receptacles and artwork for the Johns Creek Community to enjoy.

Class of 2013 Projects:  Replaced aging office furniture at Autrey Mill Nature Preserve's welcome center and built collection bins for Georgia Foster Care Support Foundation and collected gently used prom dresses to give girls who couldn't afford to purchase formal attire; another team partnered with the Johns Creek Veterans Association to promote the Johns Creek Veterans Memorial Walk at Newtown Park; the third team constructed a storage shed at Autrey Mill Nature Preserve; and, a fourth team created a Public Art Master Plan for the City of Johns Creek which received City Council approval.