Construction of Lilburn’s city hall/library now underway

Hogan Construction has begun work on Lilburn’s new City Hall/Library site at the corner of Main Street and Church Street. The nostalgic look of the architecture and prominent clock tower is planned to convey the city’s small-town feel, while the state-of-the-art quality of the facility hopes to communicate the type of service residents and businesses can expect to find in Lilburn.

The new City Hall will have 24,000 square feet, including administrative offices, a large meeting room and council chambers. The 20,000 plus square foot replacement library will nearly double the size of the existing Lilburn library.

The joint Lilburn and Gwinnett County project is estimated to cost $11.5 million using SPLOST funding. Construction will last about 14 months.