The DEA’s Take Back Day events provide an opportunity for us to prevent drug addiction and overdose deaths. The town of Lawrenceville will have a collection site at the town office, 400 N. Main St Lawrenceville VA 23868, on Saturday April 24 from 10 AM to 2 PM.
Residents of the Town of Lawrenceville and surrounding areas can apply for Utility relief assistance and Small Business Recovery Assistance under the CARES Act. Applications can be picked up at the Town Office.
If you choose to apply for the Utility Relief Program, the application must be completed and sent by December 31, 2021 to the Town Manager, Care of, Town of Lawrenceville 400 north main st. Lawrenceville VA, 23868. The Small Business Recovery Assistance Program is first come first serve and need to be completed and sent to the Town Manager, Care of, Town of Lawrenceville 400 north main st. Lawrenceville VA, 23868.
The County of Brunswick is now under contract with the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) to administer the Brunswick County Small Business Recovery Assistance Fund.
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THE LAWRENCEVILLE TOWN COUNCIL REGULAR MEETINGS WILL BE HELD ON THE SECOND TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH AT 7:00 P.M. THE TIME WAS CHANGED BY ORDINANCE AND IS EFFECTIVE WITH THE SEPTEMBER 8, 2020 MEETING.
YOU CAN PREVIEW THE UP COMING SCHEDULE EITHER BY GOING THE THE RESIDENTS TAB AND THEN CLICKING ON CALENDARS OR CLICKING THE BUTTON BELOW TO BE TAKEN TO THE CALENDAR PAGE
Advertisement for the Town of Lawrenceville to extend the Emergency Ordinance To Allow for the Continuity of Government Operations during Corona Virus Pandemic (COVID-19)
The Town of Lawrenceville will be conducting the monthly meetings electronically via the Zoom Meeting platform in accordance with the Emergency Ordinance effective on April 14, 2020 due to the Corona virus and in person.
The town meetings will still be held on the second Tuesday of every month 7:00 pm EST
The meetings will be a combination of virtual and in person until further notice. The public may attend as far as space allows for social/physical distancing, All attendees must wear masks/face coverings.
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Founded in 1814 and named after a famous racehorse, Lawrence, the town is centrally located between Richmond, Virginia, and Raleigh, North Carolina. Rolling pastures, southern hospitality, local shopping, historic sites, and recreational trails and waterways await your enjoyment!