City of Lilburn E-News

News from City of Lilburn - June 2018

AngelFire7 BBQ at Lilburn Food Truck Tuesday

Food Truck Tuesday

The second Food Truck Tuesday of the season is June 12. The city has a great lineup of trucks scheduled to be in the park and McArthur will be performing at the band shell. Thank you to Eddie's Automotive Service for sponsoring the entertainment for this event series! Click here for a list of trucks scheduled to be at the June event.

Mayor Johnny Crist

Mayor's Town Hall Meeting

Lilburn residents are invited to join Mayor Johnny Crist for a casual meeting on June 18 at Lilburn City Hall-Library. This is an opportunity to ask questions and talk to the Mayor about current and upcoming projects taking place in Lilburn. Join your neighbors on June 18, 7-8 p.m. Click here to view a list of construction projects in the city. 

Bus Station Bistro & Creamery

Bus Station Bistro now open at park

People visiting Lilburn City Park can now stop in for a bite to eat at the new Bus Station Bistro & Creamery! A former UK tour bus has been renovated into restaurant seating overlooking Lilburn City Park. Guests may dine on one of two levels of the bus or they can sit on the outdoor patio. Learn more about the Bus Station Bistro & Creamery.

Women's Self Defense Class activity

Women's Self Defense Class

The Lilburn Police Department is currently accepting applications for the Women's Self Defense Class being held July 19 and 20, 6:30-8:30 p.m. This free, two-day, comprehensive course provides effective techniques and options to protect and teaches women to take an active role in their own self-defense and psychological well-being. Program is open to women 21 years of age and older. Click here for more information and application.

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