The Lilburn City Council voted unanimously for expansion of the Lilburn Community Improvement District, following prior approval by the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners.
Property owners join the district and agree to pay an additional tax that will fund improvements along the U.S. 29 corridor. The expansion includes properties on Lawrenceville Highway, Rockbridge Road, U.S. 29, Pleasant Hill Road, Beaver Ruin Road, Lester Road, Luxomni Road, Arcado Road, Harmony Grove Road and Royal Woods Parkway.
The Lilburn CID has several initiatives already underway. One seeks to improve auto and pedestrian traffic at two locations on U.S. 29/Lawrenceville Highway. Another is working with BAPS Mandir Temple officials, the city, county and state, as well as the local business community to transform the area around Rockbridge Road and Lawrenceville Highway into a vibrant destination for members of the Mandir, tourists visiting the Mandir and local residents. The plan will focus on transportation and mobility enhancements, landscaping, lighting improvements, residential development planning and economic development strategies.
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