City of Lilburn E-News

News from City of Lilburn - December 2018 update

Volunteer helping with kids craft area

Lilburn Christmas Parade Cancelled

Due to the weather forecast, the Lilburn Christmas Parade has been cancelled. Families may still stop by Lilburn City Hall-Library and visit with Santa on Saturday, Dec. 8, 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Kids can make a free holiday ornament craft, while supplies last. A balloon artist will be strolling the event and Chick-fil-A Lilburn will be selling coffee and cookies. Guests can purchase a ticket in the lobby from the Gwinnett Humane Society or the Parkview High School HOPE organization for a chance to take home a beautifully decorated Christmas tree! Christmas tree drawings will be at 1:45 p.m.

House decorated with Christmas lights

Don't Let Crime Ruin Your Holiday

Here are some tips to help you have a safe and enjoyable holiday season.
Tip 1: Watch Out for “Porch Pirates”
Packages dropped off on front porches provide opportunities for thieves to steal your home deliveries! Consider taking advantage of electronic delivery alerts, having your packages delivered to your office or purchasing security cameras for the exterior of your home.
Tip 2: Lock, Take, and Hide
Purchases stored in your vehicle may catch the attention of thieves roaming through the parking lot. Remember to LOCK, TAKE & HIDE. LOCK your doors, TAKE your keys, and HIDE your belongings. Also park in well-lit areas.
Tip 3: Protect your Identity
Before you head out to do your holiday shopping, take some steps to protect your personal information. Carry only those credit cards you need and avoid carrying social security cards, birth certificates or passports unless absolutely necessary. When shopping online, be sure to only use secure websites, log off from a site after you have completed your purchase, and monitor your bank accounts and credit card activity regularly throughout the holidays. #saferChristmas

Advanced Disposal Truck

Advanced Disposal Holiday Schedule

Due to the Christmas holiday, there won't be any trash collection on Tuesday, Dec. 25. If your regular collection day falls on or after the holiday, your service day that week will be the day following your regular service day. Questions about what can go in your trash or recycling container? Contact Advanced Disposal at 678-495-0058 or

Employee using chipper

Christmas Tree Recycling

The City of Lilburn will once again be offering residents the opportunity to recycle their once living Christmas tree. Residents can drop off their trees at the city's Public Works Department, located at 4428 Lilburn Industrial Way, Dec. 26-Jan. 25. This is the only city drop off location for trees. Decorations, lights, and tree stands must be removed from all trees prior to donating. Trees will be chipped and used at various locations around the city.

Upcoming events

Mayor's Town Hall Meeting, Dec. 17

Offices Closed

Lilburn City Hall will be closed on December 24 and 25, 2018 in observance of the Christmas holiday. Offices will also be closed on January 1, 2019.

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