City Hall will remain open; Pro-Active measures shared.
The City of Lawrenceville is closely monitoring CDC and the Department of Public Health recommendations and guidelines. At this time, City facilities, will remain open during normal business hours. Visitors to City Hall are encouraged to practice everyday personal protective measures, like avoiding contact with people who are sick, practicing coughing and sneezing etiquette, avoiding touching your eyes, nose, and mouth and washing your hands thoroughly and regularly. To promote public health and better ensure the safety of its citizens, employees, business owners and visitors, the City of Lawrenceville is taking multiple pro-active measures surrounding COVID-19. These measures include but are not limited to:
- Suspension of Municipal Court through April 3, 2020
- Suspension of citizen committee and education meetings through April 3, 2020
- Increased sanitization of City properties and extra sanitation stations throughout City facilities
- Immediate implementation of service delivery continuity plans that minimize face to face interaction and protect the long term sustainability of services
- Suspension of all convenience fees from online credit card payments for City services. Customers are encouraged to utilize the online system through www.lawrencevillega.org for payments.
- Public Restrooms at the Lawn and Historic Courthouse will be closed through April 3, 2020
“This is an ever-changing situation that the City is reviewing each day. For now, City Hall will remain open and operational.” said David Still, Mayor. “I can assure you that the entire staff at the City is responding to these uncertain times because each of us believe that we have a responsibility to our citizens and businesses to govern sensibly and to provide stability and support to our community through this difficult time.”
Citizens may visit lawrencevillega.org and 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.