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City Hall and Library Construction
Gwinnett County Public Library Lilburn Branch and Lilburn City Hall 

September 2015 Aerial

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Project Highlights
  • One L-shaped building will house Lilburn City Hall and the Lilburn branch of the Gwinnett County Public Library. 
  • Location: 340 Main St., the north corner of Main Street and Church Street
  • Groundbreaking: June 9, 2015
  • Opening date: Oct. 18, 2016
  • City Hall size: 24,927 s.f.
  • Library size: 18,864 s.f. 
  • Shared community space:  5,217 s.f.
  • Cost: $11.3 million, funded by Special-Purpose Local-Option Sales Tax (SPLOST)
  • Contractor: Hogan Construction Group LLC 
  • LEED Certification Version 3.0 

Purpose of the New Building 
  • Good stewardship of resources. Rather than build two public buildings on two separate properties, the city and county save money and land by combining those uses under one roof. 
  • Customer service. City residents and business owners had to shuffle between Lilburn City Hall and the Annex on First Avenue to obtain business licenses, permits, and inspections. Now all administrative departments will be conveniently located in one building close to US 29.
  • More library services. The relocated branch will be twice the size and include updated technology and programming. 
  • Economic growth. The new building is a catalyst for development on Main Street. Increased activity in the city center will attract businesses and residents. 
  • New opportunities in Old Town. In the immediate future, the former City Hall location at 76 Main St. will become the Lilburn Police Department and Municipal Court. However, the long-term vision for that space is community-oriented, something complimentary to Lilburn City Park, shopping, and dining in Old Town. Property has been purchased on US 29 for a future public safety building, but no further plans have been made.