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COVID-19 Update

NEW! April 30, 2020 Executive Order from Governor Brian Kemp
On April 30, Governor Brian Kemp issued an Executive Order extending the Public Health State of Emergency through June 12, 2020.  View the full press release here.  For further information and guidance, please contact the Office of the Governor at,, or 404-656-1776

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April 23, 2020 Executive Order from Governor Brian Kemp.
Effective from 6:00 pm Friday, April 3 through 11:59 pm Monday, April 13th, a Shelter in Place Order has been issued by Georgia Governor Brian Kemp.  On Wednesday, April 8th, the The Governor’s Shelter in Place Order was extended through April 30th and the State of Emergency was extended through May 13th.  

On, April 20, 2020, Governor Brian Kemp lifted some restrictions on the Shelter in Place order with an Executive Order providing flexibility for healthcare practices, moving certain businesses to minimum operations and providing for Emergency Response.  The Governor’s Shelter in Place Order preempts all local emergency orders related to COVID-19.  As such, the City of Lawrenceville is not authorized to provide you with interpretation or guidance on the Governor’s Order. For further information and guidance, please contact the Office of the Governor at,, or 404-656-1776 .

City of Lawrenceville 

Message from City Manager Chuck Warbington 

As far as City operations are concerned:

  • Municipal Court remains closed through June 12 (per state court orders)
  • There will be no public meetings for the City through May 13 (per local state of emergency)
  • City facilities will remain closed through May 13.

It should be noted, even though City facilities are closed through May 13, requests for new utility service, construction permits, and infrastructure maintenance have continued throughout this time.

April 15, 2020  

City of Lawrenceville Mayor Extends Local State of Emergency to May 13 Amid COVID-19 Crisis. 

The City of Lawrenceville has created a $2 million Lawrenceville Utility Customer Stabilization Plan, which includes multiple ways the City is offering assistance to utility customers currently having difficulty making utility payments during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Contact Customer Service for additional information.

Effective March 24, City of Lawrenceville facilities are closed to the public in support of public health.  City customers are encouraged to utilize online services, drive thru or drop box services at City Hall, or they may call and make an appointment if necessary.  The City has removed all extra convenience fees for online bill pay to provide an easier option for customers. 

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