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Posted on: May 17, 2021

City of Lawrenceville Sanitation Customer Grass Clippings Must Be Bagged

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The City of Lawrenceville Sanitation Department would like to remind customers that all grass clippings must be bagged in order to be picked up by City Sanitation Crews.  Either paper or plastic bags are acceptable. Bagged grass clippings will be...

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Posted on: December 17, 2020

Electric Department Outages Now Reported Using City GIS

Lawrenceville Utilities and the City of Lawrenceville Communications Department are excited to offer a SINGLE LOCATION for electric customers to find updates on outages.  

During an outage, Lawrenceville Utilities customers should visit:  ...

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Posted on: December 1, 2020

Gwinnett County Provides Water Utility to Lawrenceville

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Starting December 1, 2020, Gwinnett County's Department of Water Resources will provide water utility to the City of Lawrenceville due to the sale of the water distribution system.

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Posted on: September 29, 2020

Lawrenceville Natural Gas Department Receives Multiple National Safety Awards

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Photo Caption:  Lawrenceville Natural Gas Department Staff were recognized at a recent City Council Meeting.  L – R:   Mayor David Still, Gabriel Gonzalez, Samantha Murray, Chase Minish, Mike Brandenburg, Jessica Jones...

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Posted on: August 31, 2020

CITY OF LAWRENCEVILLE TO SELL WATER UTILITY TO GWINNETT COUNTY

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Sale of utility will bring $13.3M in guaranteed upgrades to system.

On August 27, 2020, The City of Lawrenceville City Council announced their intention sell the City of Lawrenceville Water Distribution System to Gwinnett County Department of Water Resourc...

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Posted on: August 11, 2020

On 8/11: Always call 811 prior to digging projects

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As Georgia begins to get “back to business,” it is important that homeowners and contractors contact Georgia 811 by calling 811 or placing an online request before starting projects that require digging to keep communities safe.

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