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Application Deadline October 1, 2022
The City of Lawrenceville is currently accepting applications for vacancies on multiple volunteer boards made up of Lawrenceville citizens. There are approximately 27 available positions for 2023 across all boards. Citizens and business owners are welcome to apply.
“The involvement of our citizens and the business community in the many facets of city government is vitally important to its effectiveness in serving our community,” said Mayor David Still. “In addition, this process increases the opportunity for local leadership involvement in important advisory and visionary roles and promotes transparency in city operations.”
Applications can be found at lville.city/board-app and should be submitted by October 1 for the following boards:
Downtown Architectural Review Board
Meets monthly (or as needed) and aids in the revitalization and preservation of the character of the downtown area.
Board of Appeals
Meets monthly (or as needed) and its purpose is to serve as a judicial branch of the City of Lawrenceville with respect to zoning and development issues.
Lawrenceville Development Authority
Meets on an as-needed basis and serves as a resource to the City to provide economic development services to the entire City limits.
Financial Review Citizen Committee
The purpose of this committee is to educate citizens, business owners, and community leaders on the financial operations of the City and ultimately to encourage input into the budgetary process in order to support transparency with the Public.
Lawrenceville Housing Authority
Meets monthly (or as needed) to promote adequate and affordable housing, economic opportunity, and a suitable living environment.
Lawrenceville Arts Commission
Meets monthly (or as needed) and promotes the expansion, education, and enhancement of public art in the City of Lawrenceville.
Meets monthly and provides recommendations to council after receiving input from planning staff and the public on zonings and special use permits in the City.
About the City of Lawrenceville
Lawrenceville is the County Seat of Gwinnett and home to unique regional assets in Georgia Gwinnett College, Northside Hospital Gwinnett, and the Lawrenceville Arts Center, the new home of the Aurora Theatre. The heart of Gwinnett, Lawrenceville boasts a robust population of 30,000 locally and a reach of more than 800,000 who regularly work, do business or visit the City’s renowned Historic Downtown Square. Known for its original dining, craft brewing, concert, festival and entertainment options, Lawrenceville offers a true urban experience with small-town appeal. For more information on the City of Lawrenceville, please visit www.lawrencevillega.org or follow the city on social media.