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Posted on: September 30, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Welcome to Our New Website!

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The City of Lilburn is pleased to announce that it is launching its new website as of 5 p.m., Oct. 2.

The website,, just underwent an eight-month redesign process by CivicPlus, a website provider for 1,200 governments internationally. The website now offers an easy way to request city services, as well as a cleaner, easier layout to navigate.

“The City of Lilburn redesigned the website as part of our commitment to providing excellent customer service. This new technology makes it a breeze for citizens to find information and conduct city business online,” said City Manager Bill Johnsa.

Citizens and their local government will be able to communicate more conveniently and effectively through some of the new featured modules:
• Citizen Request Tracker: Request yard debris pick-up, let the police know that you need an out-of-town house check, or report a needed street repair. You can even send the City a picture of the problem using your iPhone.
• Notify Me: Sign up to receive event information, police bulletins, emergency alerts, bid postings, council agendas, and much more, according to your interests.
• Newsletter: Subscribe to the city e-newsletter on the homepage, to receive information monthly in your inbox.
• Social Media: Stay in touch with the City of Lilburn by becoming our friend on Facebook, following us on Twitter, Pinterest or YouTube, or subscribing to one of our RSS Feeds.
• Online reservations: Book the Gartrell Nash Pavilion, one of the largest pavilions in Gwinnett County, for a birthday party, company picnic, or family reunion, without having to make a trip to City Hall.

“With the new website, the City of Lilburn will be able to increase its community engagement and enhance the way residents and businesses communicate with their local government,” said Doug Stacks, Director of Planning and Economic Development.

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