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    Lawrenceville Police Department to Begin Two-Part Parking Enforcement Campaign on February 1

    Promoting Public Safety Through Education and Awareness; Enforcement to Begin March 1 Read on...
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    City of Lawrenceville and Gwinnett County Partner to Preserve Site of Hooper-Renwick School

    Reveal Plans to Create First Themed Library in Southeastern United States Read on...
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    Mayor David Still Launches New Blog

    Includes Mayor's Top 10 Questions List! Read on...
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    Lawrenceville and Aurora Theatre celebrate “Topping Out” of new Lawrenceville Performing Arts Center

    Small gathering commemorates placement of final beam, completion expected spring 2021 Read on...
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    City of Lawrenceville Adds Health and Safety Upgrades to $35 Million Arts Facility

    Ionization Units, UV Lights, and Hands-free Devices will Create a Safer Facility for All Read on...
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    SouthLawn Development Wins 2020 Large Redevelopment of the Year

    Presented at Metro Atlanta Redevelopment Summit on October 15 Read on...
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    Lawrenceville Natural Gas Department Receives Multiple National Safety Awards

    American Public Gas Association Honors with Top National Award Read on...
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    World GIS Day - November 18, 2020

    Lawrenceville Offers "My City Services" GIS Portal to Public Read on...
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    CITY OF LAWRENCEVILLE TO SELL WATER UTILITY TO GWINNETT COUNTY

    Sale of utility will bring $13.3M in guaranteed upgrades to system Read on...
  12. City Hall Special Announcement

    LAWRENCEVILLE CITY COUNCIL APPROVES AGREEMENT TO PURCHASE VILLA LODGE & SUITES

    Downtown Development Authority to purchase property, revitalize area, and assist residents through Impact46 partnership Read on...
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    On 8/11: Always call 811 prior to digging projects this summer

    A reminder from the City of Lawrenceville as stay-at-home restrictions lift Read on...
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    City of Lawrenceville Issues Proclamation Condemning Racial and Social Injustice

    Mayor Issues Proclamation at July 27th City Council Meeting Read on...
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    Lawrenceville Police Department to Enforce Public Assembly Guidelines

    Safety precautions to support City Ordinance to be enforced effective immediately Read on...
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    Lawrenceville Considers Maintaining Millage Rate at 1.826

    Rising property values will cause an overall tax increase despite the unchanged rate Read on...
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    LAWRENCEVILLE PASSES $182-MILLION ANNUAL BUDGET

    County Seat to focus on redevelopment, infrastructure, human capital and the arts Read on...
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  19. Lawrenceville announces $2 million Stabilization Plan to assist utility customers
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    Lawrenceville Celebrates Natural Gas Utility Workers' Day

    March 18 Designated as national day of recognition. Read on...
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    Lawrenceville Releases Video Documenting New Trash Cart Project

    Sanitation Crews Delivered 7900 New Carts to Customers Read on...
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    Mayor David Still Shares Vision for Lawrenceville at 2020 State of the City

    Building Community, Strategic Partnerships, and the Arts Key Topics in 2020 Vision Read on...
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    Lawrenceville Leaders Match Market with Electric Rate Increase

    Rate increase proportionate to cost of doing business, Remains lower than other municipal providers, Georgia Power and EMCs Read on...
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