State of Emergency
March 18, 2020: By a unanimous vote, the Lawrenceville City Council approved a declaration of local emergency to mitigate or alleviate some of the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic in the City. This declaration came after Federal, State and County governments made similar declarations.
Here is the full Declaration of Emergency.
Executive Order #1 – On March 20, 2020, the City limited the gathering of people to the current guidelines outlined by the CDC.
Executive Order #2 – On March 20, 2020, the City encouraged all businesses that decided to remain open (including large gathering spaces such as breweries, dining establishments, and gyms) to abide by the CDC’s social distancing standards.
Executive Order #3 – On March 20, 2020, the City cancels all public hearings from scheduled meetings that fall within the time frame of the Declaration of Emergency. This includes all zoning public hearings on the March 23, 2020 Council Agenda.
Executive Order 2020-04 - On March 25, 2020, the City closed large gathering facilities such as gyms and theaters, as well as indoor and outdoor and indoor dining facilities.
Please email questions to StayAtHomeOrder@lawrencevillega.org or call 678-407-6415 and leave a message. Responses will be provided within 24 hours.
City of Lawrenceville
All City facilities, including City Hall, public parks an playgrounds are closed to the public until further notice. City customers are encouraged to utilize online services, drive-thru or drop box services at City Hall or call and make an appointment, if necessary.
Citizens may follow the City’s Facebook Page for the latest city-related COVID-19 information. The City of Lawrenceville also encourages citizens to follow the recommendations of the CDC and the Georgia Department of Public Health with regard to COVID-19.