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You must appear in court on your appointed court date for the following:
If your case requires a court appearance and you fail to appear, a bench warrant will be issued for your arrest and your license could be suspended.If your case did not require a court appearance and you failed to appear or pay prior to your court date, a $150 contempt of court fee will be assessed and your license could be suspended.If, for some reason, you are unable to appear at your scheduled court date, the Municipal Court allows one continuance. This must be requested and signed for in person at the Municipal Court located at 4600 Lawrenceville Highway, Lilburn, GA 30047. No continuances will be granted by phone and must be requested no later than 48 hours prior to your scheduled court date.
If you choose to appear in court or have a case that requires a mandatory court appearance, bring your citation and check in 30 minutes before court begins.
Please read the following protocols and procedures that are required as of May 19, 2020.
Lilburn Municipal Court Screening Procedures
Extension of Revised Order Establishing Protocols and Procedures During Pandemic Emergency 6.15.2020
Appropriate attire is required. No tank / halter tops, muscle shirts, shorts, ragged clothing, hats, or sunglasses will be allowed.
Payments are accepted online or in person.
When you check in, please let the clerk know that you are pleading not guilty. If you have decided to plead not guilty, you have the option of having a bench trial (judge only) or a jury trial. A bench trial will be held at Lilburn Municipal Court and will be reset for another court date. If you would prefer to have a Jury Trial, the case (and any bond posted) will be transferred to Gwinnett County State Court, which will notify you of your new court date.
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To rent the entire Lilburn City Park or the Camp Creek Greenway for a special event, please visit our Schedule a Special Event page. To rent the pavilion, please visit our
Public parking is located at Lilburn City Park (76 Main Street), as well as across Main Street in the Greenway parking lot next to the railroad tracks. Parking is also available in designated spaces on Main Street, Railroad Avenue, and Lula Street.
State requirements for golf carts operating on city streets:(1) A braking system sufficient for the weight and passenger capacity of the vehicle, including a parking brake;(2) A reverse warning device functional at all times when the directional control is in the reverse position;(3) A main power switch. When the switch is in the ‘off’ position, or the key or other device that activates the switch is removed, the motive power circuit shall be inoperative. If the switch uses a key, it shall be removable only in the ‘off’ position;(4) Head lamps;(5) Reflex reflectors;(6) Tail lamps;(7) A horn;(8) A rearview mirror;(9) Safety warning labels; and(10) Hip restraints and hand holds or a combination thereof. Georgia Code: Low Speed Vehicles
The City of Lilburn has entered into an agreement with Gwinnett County for services to the stormwater system. Some of the tasks that Gwinnett County Department of Water Resources performs are: inspection of the drainage system, repairs to the system, and educating the public about the system.
Fats, oils, and grease create clogs that can cause a backup in your home’s plumbing or in the public sewer system, which can lead to a sewage overflow into the environment.” Check out the Gwinnett County website for more information.