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    Important Information Regarding Utility Billing System

    Please read this important notice regarding your Lawrenceville Utilities bill. Read on...
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    Travel the Globe at Around the World in the DTL September 9 & 10

    The Atlanta International Night Market Returns to Lawrenceville for Year Two Read on...
  3. Lawrenceville City Hall announcement
  4. Photograph of athletic ballet dancer by Richard Calmes

    Lawrenceville Continues Partnership with the Hudgens Center for Art & Learning

    New Works from the Hudgens’ Permanent Collection on Display at Lawrenceville City Hall Read on...
  5. Lawrenceville Utilities Customer Self Service highlights

    Lawrenceville Utilities Customer Self Service Now Available!

    Update, view, and modify with a click of a button with Lawrenceville Utilities Customer Self Service. Read on...
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    City of Lawrenceville Announces Promotion of Two Senior Staff Members

    Executive Director of Downtown Development Authority and Chief Financial Officer Named Read on...
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    Lawrenceville Police Department Co-Responder Program Shares Successes of First Year

    Project F.I.R.S.T. Mental Health Collaboration with View Point Health Looking to Expand Read on...
  8. SOI 2022 Photos
  9. Announcement of Speed Zone Cameras in the City of Lawrenceville school zones warning period
  10. Slip Ramp

    City of Lawrenceville to Build Slip Ramp Access to Northside Hospital Gwinnett

    New Exit Lane to Be Constructed at SR316 and SR120 by Mid-2023 Read on...
  11. Lawrenceville City Hall announcement

    Lawrenceville to Adopt Millage Rate of 2.228

    No Increase in Millage Rate for Residents Read on...
  12. Budget FY2023

    LAWRENCEVILLE PASSES $172-MILLION ANNUAL BUDGET

    Personnel, Capital Investments, & Strategic Planning Are Focus New Budget Year Read on...
  13. False Alarm

    City of Lawrenceville False Alarm Ordinance Goes Live on June 1

    City ordinance Provides $0 fines for the first false alarm for both residents and businesses Read on...
  14. 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...
  15. Lawrenceville City Hall

    City of Lawrenceville Adds Financial Transparency Portal to Website

    Open Checkbook offers interactive access to city budget information Read on...
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    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...
  18. Document

    City of Lawrenceville Sanitation Implements Biweekly Recycling Schedule

    Effective January 3, 2022 for residential sanitation customers Additional Info...
  19. Noise Ordinance

    Lawrenceville City Council Approves Amendment to Noise Ordinance

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

    LAWRENCEVILLE ANNOUNCES 2021 ELECTION RESULTS //

    LAWRENCEVILLE ANUNCIA RESULTADOS DE LAS ELECCIONES DEL 2021 Read on...
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    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...
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    Lawrenceville City Council Approves Downtown Master Plan Update

    Five-year plan ensures growth and expansion of vibrant, mixed-use community core Read on...
  23. Hefty Post Final
  24. 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...
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