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City of Lawenceville

Lawrenceville Calls Special Election for Sunday Brunch Referendum

Election Day set for March 19, 2019, at City Hall, Early Voting Begins February 25, 2019

The City of Lawrenceville has called for a Special Election on March 19, 2019, for residents to vote on the local adoption of Senate Bill 17 also known as the Sunday Brunch Bill.

Lawrenceville to consider adoption of 2040 Comprehensive Plan

Plan outlines strategic vision for the City, Creates framework for long-term growth

Lawrenceville’s Mayor and Council will consider the adoption of the City’s 2040 Comprehensive Plan at a public hearing scheduled for Monday evening, December 3, at 7pm. The 2040 Plan is a federal mandate of all local communities and serves to outline the strategic direction of the City and establish a framework for long-term, sustainable growth patterns.

Lawrenceville Decreases Millage Rate for 2018/19 Fiscal Year

City Leaders Vote to Set Local Tax Rate at 1.826 Mills

LAWRENCEVILLE – City of Lawrenceville officials voted to decrease the millage rate of 1.909 mills to 1.826 mills for the 2018/19 fiscal year. Input from public hearings during the weeks of July 2 and July 9 culminated in the rollback vote on July 11, 2018.

Two downtown Lawrenceville Streets to Go from One-Way to Two-Way the Week of July 9

Perry and Clayton Streets to flow in both directions, Commuters urged to drive safely

LAWRENCEVILLE – The City of Lawrenceville’s much-anticipated two-way conversion of Perry Street and Clayton Street is set to begin the transition on July 9. As part of the city’s Livable Communities Initiative, the conversion will allow for improved mobility, better visibility, and increased safety.