Lawrenceville and Gwinnett County officials have unveiled a conceptual look for the new library that will be located inside a key site in the history of the county's African-American community.
The Lawrenceville City Council recently denied a request by Lawrenceville Hand Properties, LLC to allow outdoor storage of RVs and boats at an existing self-storage facility at 420 Grayson Highway.
Lawrenceville has adapted its Christmas traditions to keep residents safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Lawrenceville City Council will hear a proposal to install speed cameras in five school zones.
After a police study showed up to 95% of drivers speeding in city school zones, Lawrenceville City Council is considering putting up speed cameras to issue more tickets.
“The completion and grand opening of this facility will be a visual representation of Lawrenceville’s commitment to the arts,” said Mayor David Still.
To commemorate the moment, the City of Lawrenceville Mayor and Council, Downtown Development Authority, representatives from the Aurora Theatre and others gathered for a Topping Out Ceremony at the site.
The Lawrenceville City Council recently approved the purchase of a 1286 Covert Concealment System from Sandoval Customs Creations for use by the police department.
Prior to approval, city council members visited the company’s Norcross location and were encouraged by the fact that no electronics are placed in landfills and there appears to be no environmental risk associated with the recycling process.
Lawrenceville has appointed Judge Ethan P.H. Pham as Chief Judge of the Municipal Court of Lawrenceville.