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Welcome to Lilburn Community Partnership
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The Lilburn Community Partnership is a grass roots effort to create and sustain a safe, vibrant, and prosperous Lilburn community.   Great communities don’t just happen--they take time and effort from the many entities that make up the community:  businesses, neighborhoods, schools, arts and athletic associations, civic and faith organizations, and visitors all working together to do their part to make Lilburn a great place to call home. 

Take time to tour our website and whether you are a business owner, a resident or a visitor, we are glad you visited and invite you to explore our town and get to know us.


October 21:  Business After Hours

The Lilburn Community Partnership would like to invite Lilburn area business owners and residents to Business-After-Hours on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at A Taste of Paradise Restaurant and Event Hall, located at 4805 Lawrenceville Hwy NW, Suite 300, Lilburn. The evening will begin at 6:30 pm with meet and greet followed with a presentation by Doug Stacks, Director of Planning and Economic Development for the City of Lilburn and Gerald McDowell Executive director of the Lilburn Community Improvement District. Refreshments provided by A Taste of Paradise Restaurant.

The event is free and is an excellent opportunity for business operators and residents to get an update on the many projects and improvements in Lilburn. Contact Michael Taylor:  mtaylor@bellsouth.net


 
Small Town, Big World Festival
 
The first Small Town Big World Festival held on September 13 was a resounding success.  A crowd of 5,000 attended the four hour event which began with the Parade of Flags and Opening Ceremonies which included comments from Congressman Rob Woodall, State House Representative B. J. Pak, Commission Chair Charlotte Nash, Mayor Pro-tem Tim Dunn and Consul General Ajit Kumar of India.   
 
Did you attend the festival?  Take our survey and give us your feedback as we begin planning next year's event:      Attendee Link .    
Were you a participant, performer, exhibitor or vendor?  Participant Link.

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