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City of Lilburn News Releases

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Posted on: May 2, 2017

Lilburn's Summer Concert Series

May 2, 2017

For immediate release

The City of Lilburn will offer three free concerts this summer in Lilburn City Park. The season kicks off on Friday, June 2 with a performance by Drivin’ N Cryin’. This 2015 Georgia Music Hall o...Read on...


Lilburn Police Department News Releases

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Posted on: April 26, 2017

Students donate doghouse for new K9

LILBURN – On April 25, Parkview Christian School presented the Lilburn Police Department with a handmade doghouse for its new K9.  Students in Joanne Gray’s fifth-grade class measured the wood and assembled the doghouse in tw...Read on...
Posted on: April 21, 2017

Annual Report: Crime continues to decrease

The 2016 Lilburn Police Department Annual Report provides information about the personnel, programs and training used to enforce the law and prevent crime in our city. Over the past five years, violent crime has decreased 38 percent in the Lilbur...Read on...

2016 Police Department Annual Report

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Posted on: May 21, 2017

Free concert in Lilburn City Park

The summer event season kicks off on Friday, June 2 with a performance by Drivin’ N Cryin’. This 2015 Georgia Music Hall of Fame inductee will be entertaining the crowd with hits such as "Honeysuckle Blue," "Fly Me ...Read on...

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Posted on: April 2, 2017

Get outside on the Greenway

The City of Lilburn offers bicycles for rental on the Camp Creek Greenway. The rental trailer has a new location this season, next to the tennis courts in Lilburn City Park. Here is more information: 

  • Adults $5 per hour, kids $5 all day. Also offered...
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Posted on: April 11, 2017

Conserve water this spring

April has brought some relief to the dry conditions in north Georgia.  Although we have seen a slight increase in the water levels at Lake Lanier, Gwinnett County – along with most of Metro Atlanta – remains in a Level 2 Droug...Read on...