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  1. Hurricane Zeta

    City of Lawrenceville Electric Department Prepares for Hurricane Zeta

    Additional Crews on Standby in the case of power outages Read on...
  2. Lawrenceville Performing Arts Center

    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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    CITY OF LAWRENCEVILLE TO SELL WATER UTILITY TO GWINNETT COUNTY

    Sale of utility will bring $13.3M in guaranteed upgrades to system Read on...
  6. Changing It Up
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  8. 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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    Keep Georgia Healthy

    A message from the Georgia Department of Public Health 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...
  14. City Hall 2020

    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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    LAWRENCEVILLE CITY COUNCIL APPROVES SUPPORT OF LAWRENCEVILLE RESPONSE CENTER

    Center Will Guide Support for Homelessness Prevention, Income Loss Recovery, and Food Distribution Read on...
  18. 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...
  21. David Still

    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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    City of Lawrenceville Announces Tourism Microsite

    “DTL” Campaign and Microsite Will Offer Shopping, Dining and Events Options in Downtown Lawrenceville Read on...
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    Lawrenceville Earns Coveted Governmental Budgeting Award in First Year of Participation

    Highest Form of Governmental Budgeting Recognition Granted to City Finance Department Read on...
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    Rotary Clubs Dedicate Peace Pole at Lawrenceville Lawn

    Message of peace represented in four languages, Promotes City’s vision of inclusion 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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    LAWRENCEVILLE AND NORTHPOINTE HOSPITALITY BREAK GROUND ON HOTEL SITE

    Hilton Tapestry project and public parking deck begin construction Read on...
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    Lawrenceville Gas Department Receives Safety Award for Fifth Consecutive Year

    American Public Gas Association Honors the City at National Conference Read on...
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    Lawrenceville Earns Coveted Financial Reporting Award for Fourth Consecutive Year

    Highest Form of Governmental Accounting Recognition Granted to City Finance Department Read on...
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