Upgrades & Maintenance

Natural Gas Distribution System Improvements

The City of Lawrenceville is pleased to announce upcoming natural gas distribution system improvements. Following the award of a U.S. Department of Transportation Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration’s Natural Gas Distribution Infrastructure Safety and Modernization Grant (NGDISM Grant), we will replace 21 miles of aging natural gas pipelines with new modernized pipes that will reduce methane emissions and improve the overall safety of the system. 

  • Construction is expected to begin in Winter 2024 and end in Fall 2026. 
  • While this is an extended construction period and potential inconvenience for community members in work areas, it is an overall improvement to our natural gas delivery system paid for by a federal grant rather than only customer charges and fees.  

What to Expect

All construction is expected to take place off the road in the utility easement; however, nearby construction generally causes potential changes in traffic. 

  • There may be instances of lane closures and traffic control procedures as new pipes are installed. The City of Lawrenceville will communicate all road and lane closures through our alert system, website, and social media.


Please expect potential traffic delays, and service outages as a result of work done in our community related to the NGDISM Grant project.  We ask that you exercise caution around construction areas and follow posted safety warnings.  

Planned Locations

Below you can find a list of areas where the pipeline replacement is planned to occur and what material will be replaced. 

Pre-Code Ineffectively Coated Steel 

Steel pipe that was installed pre-1971 that was poorly coated (Not up to today's standards) and that is prone to corrosion leaks.  

  • Azalea Drive
  •  Black Oak Subdivision (Phase 2)
  • Calvin Davis Circle 
  • Industrial Park Drive and Harris Drive 
  • La Mesa Drive 
  • Morningside Drive and Hwy 124
  • Pine Valley Trailer Park 
  • Russell Road 
  • Sandalwood Circle 
  • Village Way 
  • Winer Industrial Way 

Vintage Polyethylene

Polyethylene pipe that was manufactured and installed pre-late 1980’s that is known for cracking and compliance issues.

  • Grayland Hills 
  • Hwy 20 (Davis Rd to Plantation Rd) 
  • Hwy 29 
  • Mill Ridge Court 
  • Stoneshyre Court 
  • Tig Knight Road

More Information

Visit the United States Department of Transportation’s website for additional information. If you have any questions regarding the project, please contact Lawrenceville Natural Gas at Phone: 770-963-3332. Sign up for Notify Me for important notifications.