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    Light Lawrenceville Blue

    Light Lawrenceville blue throughout the month of May in support of National Police Week. Read on...
  2. Summer of Impact 2022 Signing Day-7a

    Lawrenceville and Community Partners Launch Year Four of Summer of Impact

    Twenty-nine student interns participate in “Signing Day” to kick off leadership development internship program Read on...
  3. Road Closure

    Paper Mill Road Lane Closure

    Part of $2.3 Million Sidewalk Improvement Project Read on...
  4. Live in the DTL Concert Series Logo

    LIVE in the DTL Summer Concert Series Line-Up Announced

    The City of Lawrenceville announces the line-up for its annual outdoor concert series at the Lawrenceville Lawn Read on...
  5. Lawrenceville City Hall

    City of Lawrenceville Adds Financial Transparency Portal to Website

    Open Checkbook offers interactive access to city budget information Read on...
  6. Group of students holding up a sign that reads &#39Creative Media Team&#39

    City of Lawrenceville and Impact 46 Announce Lawrenceville Legacy Leaders Youth Development Program

    Students from five Lawrenceville High Schools Eligible to Apply for Leadership Opportunity Read on...
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    City of Lawrenceville Police Department Achieves State Certification

    Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police to Bestow Honor and Accreditation Read on...
  8. Artwork hung on on wall in municipal building

    Lawrenceville Partners with the Hudgens Center for Art and Learning to Provide Art For All

    Works from the Hudgens’ Permanent Collection on Display at Lawrenceville City Hall Read on...
  9. Bronze and blue historical marker

    Charles Hale Memorial Marker in Downtown Lawrenceville

    Last month, a historical marker was unveiled in Downtown Lawrenceville honoring the memory of Charles Hale, an African American resident of Gwinnett County who was lynched in 1911. Read on...
  10. Members of City Council and employees pose for a photo as they are recognized for an award

    City of Lawrenceville Designated a 2022 Visionary City by GMA and Georgia Trend

    Recognized for work on the Summer of Impact Program providing opportunities for the local community, the City of Lawrenceville was recognized for the collaborative Summer of Impact Program in partnership with Impact46 and local high schools. Read on...
  11. Marker Unveiling Graphic

    Historical Marker to be Unveiled in Downtown Lawrenceville

    Virtual Dedication Ceremony in memory of Charles Hale planned for 1/15 Read on...
  12. Document

    City of Lawrenceville Sanitation Implements Biweekly Recycling Schedule

    Effective January 3, 2022 for residential sanitation customers Additional Info...
  13. False Alarm

    City of Lawrenceville False Alarm Ordinance Goes Live on December 1

    Residents and businesses will have a one-month grace period before fines are assessed Read on...
  14. Social

    City Launches “It’s a Beautiful Day in Lawrenceville” Sanitation Campaign

    Focuses on simplifying services and new biweekly recycling schedule for 2022 Read on...
  15. Noise Ordinance

    Lawrenceville City Council Approves Amendment to Noise Ordinance

    Fireworks and Loud Mufflers Specifically Addressed by Updated City Ordinance Read on...
  16. Election REsults

    LAWRENCEVILLE ANNOUNCES 2021 ELECTION RESULTS //

    LAWRENCEVILLE ANUNCIA RESULTADOS DE LAS ELECCIONES DEL 2021 Read on...
  17. Recycling 1

    City of Lawrenceville Opens Glass Recycling Station at Public Works

    Station accepts glass recycling seven days per week, 7 am – 7 pm, from all who wish to recycle Read on...
  18. LCI Report Cover

    Lawrenceville City Council Approves Downtown Master Plan Update

    Five-year plan ensures growth and expansion of vibrant, mixed-use community core Read on...
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  20. Grant Recipient

    City of Lawrenceville Awarded $5-Million Federal Grant Supporting Youth and Families

    Five-year grant to focus on community well-being, youth programs, and trauma-informed behavioral health Read on...
  21. Copy of Budget Approved

    LAWRENCEVILLE PASSES $147-MILLION ANNUAL BUDGET

    County seat to focus on infrastructure, public safety, service delivery and the arts Read on...
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