1. Lawrenceville News
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  2. Notice of candidates that qualified in the 2021 election

    Qualifying for Candidacy // Calificar Para La Candidatura

    The following people have qualified for the November 2, 2021 General Election // Las siguientes personas han calificado para la Elección General del 2 de noviembre de 2021 Read on...
  3. Grant Recipient

    City of Lawrenceville Awarded $5-Million Federal Grant Supporting Youth and Families

    Five-year grant to focus on community well-being, youth programs, and trauma-informed behavioral health Read on...
  4. Harvest Fest

    Lawrenceville Introduces Harvest Festival at the Lawrenceville Lawn on November 6

    See Runaway June, Lainey Wilson, Kat & Alex, Dirty Grass Soul Live this Fall Read on...
  5. Playground closure

    Lawrenceville Lawn Playground Closure

    The Lawrenceville Lawn Playground will be closed beginning Monday, October 11th at 8:00 AM. Read on...
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  8. Early Voting Information

    City Council Approves Sunday Voting for 2021 Election Advance Voting Period

    El Ayuntamiento aprueba la votación dominical para el período de votación anticipada para las elecciones de 2021 Read on...
  9. Copy of Budget Approved


    County seat to focus on infrastructure, public safety, service delivery and the arts Read on...
  10. Police building

    City Council Considers Agreement Between Police Department and View Point Health

    Police-Mental Health Collaboration “Project F.I.R.S.T.” to be discussed at May 12 Work Session Read on...
  11. Summer of Impact 2021

    City of Lawrenceville and Community Partners Launch Year Three of Summer of Impact Program

    Twenty student interns participate in “Signing Day” to kick-off leadership development and enrichment intern program Read on...
  12. Leaf Service
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    Lawrenceville Launches Bicentennial Podcast

    Monthly podcast to feature accomplished leaders, business owners and residents Read on...
  14. Lawrenceville Lawn - Bruce Johnson Photo
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    City of Lawrenceville Adds Health and Safety Upgrades to All City Buildings

    Ionization Units, MERV Filters, and UV Lights Will Create Safer Facilities for Employees and General Public Read on...
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    City of Lawrenceville, Gwinnett County and Impact46 Partner to Fund Lawrenceville Response Center

    Matching Funds Provide $525,000 to Support Emergency Intake Center to Assist Gwinnett Families Read on...
  18. Victoria Jones

    Victoria Jones to Serve as Mayor Pro Tem During 2021

    Selected by Fellow City Council Members and Mayor David Still Read on...
  19. Conceptual Design 2

    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...
  20. Blog Graphic 2021

    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...
  23. 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...
  24. GIS Day COL

    World GIS Day - November 18, 2020

    Lawrenceville Offers "My City Services" GIS Portal to Public 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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