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Current Budget: 2017-2018
The budget for each fiscal year, which runs July 1 through June 30, represents months of careful review of revenues and expenditures, departmental meetings, and prioritization of services as directed by the department directors and city manager. 

More info: 
Budget documents
Budget overview

FY 2017-2018 Budget: 
General Fund $7,657,971
Capital Projects Fund $1,527,228
SPLOST Fund  $2,047,106

For further information about the city budget, please contact Finance Director Sheila Wilber at 770-921-2210 ext. 222 or .

Millage Rate
The City of Lilburn’s millage rate for 2017 is 4.43 mills, which is the same as the previous year. The millage rate is the rate at which property is taxed. One mill equals $1 tax per $1,000 of assessed property value. Taxing authorities, such as the county school board, county government, state government, and municipal government, levy a tax on the assessed property value. Taxes are assessed in Georgia based on 40 percent of the real property value, which is determined by the county tax assessor. 
Five-Year Tax History