Sidewalks nearly complete at Lilburn’s new city hall/library

Construction in downtown Lilburn continues on the future L-shaped building that will house the Lilburn City Hall and Gwinnett County Public Library branch at the corner of Main and Church streets.

Sidewalks on Main Street and Poplar Street are nearly complete. Once the remaining utility poles are removed, the sidewalks will be finished.

New mailboxes are also being installed at Main Street residences to maintain an old town character and appeal.

Construction on the $11.3 million project designed to draw residents and visitors to downtown Lilburn began June 9 and is estimated to be complete by the end of this summer.

Construction of the 24,000 square foot city hall and 20,000 square foot library is funded by Gwinnett’s one percent SPLOST program.

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