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City Construction Projects
The City of Lilburn is working on the following projects to enhance infrastructure like streets, sidewalks, and park space. For information about private development projects, read page 2 of the city newsletter or contact the Planning and Economic Development Department

City Hall - Library
On October 18, 2016, the City of Lilburn and Gwinnett County opened a new city hall and library building at 340 Main St. This facility is the centerpiece of the city’s plans for the revitalization of Main Street. Click here for photos and more details. 
City Hall Rendering May 2015_thumb.jpg

Main Street Realignment 
The realignment of Main Street sets the stage for future development, starting with the future Lilburn City Hall/Gwinnett County Library. About 22 acres has road frontage on the new alignment, making it a prime spot for economic growth. The reconfigured Main Street, completed in 2015, features a safer, more traditional intersection at Lawrenceville Highway. The two roundabouts allow for smoother traffic flow to Old Town. Also, Church Street was lowered eight feet to improve sight distance and safety. The $3.5-million project is supported by the City of Lilburn, Gwinnett County, the State Road and Tollway Authority, and the Lilburn Community Improvement District. 
City Hall Library placement Oct 2015_thumb.jpg

Main Street Water and Sewer Improvements (Gwinnett County)
During the Main Street Lilburn Water Mains replacement and the Sanitary Sewer extension, Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources replaced water mains on Camp Creek Road/Main Street from Arcado Road to just south of Highway 29, and on several streets in Old Town. Sewer lines were installed on Main Street from Norman Street to First Avenue. At this time, all lines are complete and in service.
Project Fact Sheet

Old Town Sidewalk Projects
Camp Creek Road sidewalks were completed in late 2015. Sidewalk construction was completed in early 2016 on Main Street and Poplar Street in Old Town. The five-foot-wide sidewalks run along the east side of Poplar Street and along both sides of Main Street. There is a brick paver strip, decorative lighting, and decorative mailboxes on Main Street, as well. The addition of these sidewalks provides full connectivity between Lilburn City Park, the Camp Creek Greenway Trail, Old Town shops, and the new City Hall-Library. The projects totaling approximately $652,000 were funded by SPLOST, the penny sales tax approved by voters for special projects.