Biohazard - Lawrenceville

 

Biohazard in Lawrenceville: Contaminants are mold, bacteria, pollen, stagnate water, animal dander, dust mites, rodents and insects. These contaminants each has its own remedy some more complicated than others. Mold and bacteria require the most extensive treatment and restoration.

City of Lawrenceville History

 

Incorporated on December 15, 1821, exactly three years to the day after the formation of Gwinnett County, Lawrenceville is the county seat and second oldest city in Greater Atlanta. She is named in honor of Captain James Lawrence, the War of 1812 naval commander who gave his crew one of American history’s most memorable fighting orders: “Tell the men to fire faster and not to give up the ship; fight her till she sinks!" Though Commander Lawrence died from battle wounds a few days later, the City of Lawrenceville thrived. From the first hearty stock of settlers who lived off the land, citizens of Lawrenceville have long taken pride in establishing and fashioning a strong, viable community.

 

 

Lawrenceville Mayor - Judy Jordan Johnson

70 South Clayton Street
P.O. Box 2200
Lawrenceville, GA 30046

(770) 963-2414

 

Lawrenceville Water Department

70 South Clayton Street
Lawrenceville, GA 30046

(770) 963-2414

 

 

Gwinnett Medical Center – Lawrenceville

1000 Medical Center Blvd

Lawrenceville, GA

(678) 312-1000

 

SummitRidge Hospital

250 Scenic Hwy S

Lawrenceville, GA

(678) 442-5800