Thursday, March 24, 2016

About Lawrenceville Georgia

As it was incorporated into Georgia in 1821, Lawrenceville, Gwinnett County, Georgia, is the second oldest city in the metro Atlanta area. It was named after a commander in the War of 1812, Captain James Lawrence. The city of Lawrenceville is 13.1 square miles in area, and the housing density is 591 houses per square mile. Population, at time of post, stands at 29,841.

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There is also a ton to do in Lawrenceville. If shopping is your favorite hobby, head over to Discover Mills for lots of stores or to see a movie. You should also check out the downtown scene, with local shops and restaurants, as well as a quaint historic feel. If you are into sports, make sure to head to Coolray Field to see the minor league baseball team, the Gwinnett Braves.

See more info about Lawrenceville GA on the
Lawrenceville Guide Page