City of Lilburn E-News

News from City of Lilburn - September 2018

Electric Avenue

Rock the Park - Electric Avenue

Travel back in time with Atlanta's own, Electric Avenue! They'll be bringing all the '80's hits you remember to Lilburn City Park on Saturday, September 8. Food & drink vendors open at 6 p.m. Bring your lawn chair or blanket and enjoy a FREE concert in the park! Thanks to event sponsors Gas South, Gwinnett Daily Post, and Terminix. Click here for event details and parking map.

Map of Lilburn

Comprehensive Plan Public Meeting

Lilburn residents are invited to attend the Local Comprehensive Plan 2019 Public Meeting on September 10. Staff from the City of Lilburn and the Atlanta Regional Commission (ARC) will be available to answer your questions. The meeting will take place at Lilburn City Hall-Library at 4:45 p.m. This will be a great opportunity to provide feedback regarding the plan. Click here to learn more about the Comprehensive Plan 2019.

Adopt-a-Road workers

Adopt-a-Road to Save a Stream!

You know that Gwinnett Clean & Beautiful and the Gwinnett Department of Transportation partner to offer the Adopt-a-Road program. Did you know that Adopt-a-Road also helps protect water quality by keeping trash from entering storm drains and being washed into rivers, lakes, and streams? Click here to learn more!

Remembering Our Fallen display

Traveling Memorial arrives Sept. 10

“Remembering Our Fallen”, a traveling photo memorial wall of Georgia’s Fallen, will be on display in the lobby of the Lilburn City Hall-Library, September 10-14, 2018. This photographic war memorial honors over 210 Georgia based service members who died while serving our country during The War on Terror (9/11/2001-Present). The memorial will be on display Monday, September 10 to Friday, September 14. Click the link for additional details and times.

Wynne-Russell House

Wynne-Russell House Tour

Enjoy a FREE historical tour of the Wynne-Russell House on September 22 at 10 a.m. Learn about both the Wynne and Russell families and the amazing home that still stands 192 years after the Wynne family migrated to Lilburn in 1826. Attendees will take a walking tour of the house and grounds, learning about families' ties to other prominent Gwinnett County and Atlanta families.
Click here for event details.

Self Defense Class Activity

Women's Self Defense Class

The Lilburn Police Department is currently accepting applications for the Women's Self Defense Class being held September 20 and 21, 6:30-8:30 p.m. This FREE, two-day, comprehensive course provides effective techniques and options to protect and teaches women to take an active role in their own self-defense and psychological well-being. Program is open to women 21 years of age and older. Click here for more information and application.

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