The City of Lawrenceville
As the county seat of Gwinnett - the most diverse county in Georgia - Lawrenceville's elected officials and employees continually work together to enhance our vibrant and thriving municipality. We encourage residents, business owners, visitors, and others to take advantage of the information provided. If you have any questions or suggestions, please email Customer Service.
An officer of the city, appointed by the Mayor and City Council, the City Clerk's Office provides election information, approves open records requests, and maintaines ordinances, agendas, and minutes.
The City Manager is the chief executive and administrative officer of the city.
Code Enforcement investigates and resolves violations of the City Code, Zoning Ordinance, and Property Maintenance Ordinance.
The Communications team coordinates outreach and promotion of city services, programs and events.
Community Relations encompasses the heartbeat of the City from events to film projects as well as economic growth and development.
The Damage Prevention Department assists with the safety of all citizens, preventing injury and death and reducing the adverse affect on the facility infrastructure.
The Engineering Department serves Lawrenceville by reviewing construction plans for permits, stormwater detention and drainage, and road relocation; designing and managing projects around city; inspecting contracts and putting out projects for bid.
The Financial Services Department is responsible for City functions involving money, including the receipt of funds such as taxes, utility payments, license fees, and other City revenues, as well as payment of City expenses.
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The mission of the Lawrenceville Municipal Court is to adjudicate cases fairly, impartially, and effectively.
Planning & Development
The Lawrenceville Planning and Development Department is charged with formulating the City’s long-range Comprehensive Plan, administering the zoning ordinance, reviewing and authorizing land use and development proposals, and enforcing related City ordinances.
Since the early 1900s, the City of Lawrenceville chartered a police department to protect their citizens and merchants.
The Purchasing Department works to facilitate best practices in the procurement of goods and services necessary for the effective and efficient operation of the City.
The Street Department, operating within the city limits of Lawrenceville, is responsible for managing pot holes, street maintenance and street signs.
Visit Lawrenceville Utilities to pay your bill and review information about Lawrenceville service providers.