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Mayor• Timothy Dunn (Incumbent) - 537• Johnny D. Crist - 594• Mohammed Jahangir Hossain - 185 Council Post 2• Yoon-Mi Hampton (Incumbent) - 600• Christina van Maanen – 700 ...
City Internet Update: The Internet outage continues to impact City Hall today, Nov. 2. We will update you on restoration details as soon as they are available. The City appreciates your patience.
The City of Lilburn's Internet network is down today, Nov. 1, which has rendered City Hall unable to provide customer service at our Business Services windows and attend to other computer-related matters such as processing online portal payments. We...
Meeting change: Please note that the City Council work session regularly scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 13 will start instead at 6 p.m. that same evening. The agenda will include an update on the public/private parking deck and multifamily development...
City Street Upgrades: The resurfacing of Pop Johnson Road, Lilburn School Road, Sterling Trace Drive, Sterling Brook Court and Sterling Trace Court is set for Oct. 5 through Oct. 9. Gwinnett County Schools are closed for fall break during this time, one...
The Downtown Development Authority meeting scheduled for today, Sept. 20, has been rescheduled to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 27, in the City Council Work Session Room, 2nd floor of City Hall, 340 Main St.
Residential, commercial and roll-off routes will run as usual next week.
Check out our tips on the City Facebook page on how to ward off the heat at tonight's AIA concert in City Park. Hope to see you there!
Property tax bills should arrive in your mailboxes by mid-September.
The City will perform sidewalk repair on Main Street NW at Norman Drive NW, tomorrow, Aug. 1. The repair is expected to take several hours. During this time, there will be one lane of traffic on Main Street. The City appreciates your patience.
The City needs help to update its Comprehensive Plan - goals, objectives and guidelines to improve the community's quality of life. Click link to take the survey:https://publicinput.com/smalltownbigplans
Thanksgiving Day is the only holiday that will result in a one-day collection delay for Thursday and Friday customers. All other scheduled collections for the remainder of 2022 will be conducted as regularly scheduled.
The latest Lilburn News edition
After today's infrastructure work, Main Street is now open.
Jenny Simpkins officially takes helm as Lilburn City Manager.
Waste Management customers: Here is a map of the effected Friday routes that will be collected tomorrow, June, 4. This will impact all yard waste and recyclable collections in the highlighted area.
All residential, commercial and related routes will operate normally this Memorial Day week, May 29-June 4.
Read the chief's commentary on the City of Lilburn Facebook Page.
A Transition in Leadership
The Greenway Trail's Rockbridge Road side is closed leading to the Lions club.
Note to subscribers: The City's Facebook page has been down since mid-day Friday. Trying to sort out the issue. For now, please turn to the Old Town Lilburn Facebook page for Lilburchaun 2022 Photos!
The railroad crossings at Harmony Grove Road and Rockbridge Road are now open.
Citizens Police Academy
The Qualified Candidates for November 2021 Special & General Elections for the City of Lilburn City Council:Post 1 – (this post was vacated in July 2021 by former Councilwoman Lindsay Voigt)-Yoon-Mi Butler-HamptonPost 3 – -Daniel J. Bollinger II...
Effective fall of 2021, the City of Lilburn will be billing and collecting Lilburn property owner’s ad valorem property tax, street light assessments and sanitation fees. This means that you will pay the City of Lilburn and Gwinnett County separately....
Advanced Disposal Services, Inc., has provided residential collection services for City of Lilburn residents for many years. On October 30, 2020, Waste Management, Inc., acquired AdvancedDisposal Services, Inc. (ADS) by acquiring all of ADS’s issued and...
On May 28, 2020 Governor Brian Kemp extended the Public Health State of Emergency through July 12, 2020. In addition, an Executive Order, effective June 1, 2020 through June 15, 2020, issued additional guidance on reviving a healthy Georgia.