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Lawrenceville Promotes Environmentally Friendly Practices After Severe Weather

The City of Lawrenceville will be offering free mulch to both City and County residents as the fall season approaches and landscaping projects are underway. After the recent tropical storm that swept through the County, Lawrenceville crews have been engaged in daily cleanup efforts to remove tree limbs and storm debris as a part of the services offered from the City.

“As a City, we strongly support sustainable efforts and we are thrilled to provide the community with free mulch as a result of the overall cleanup efforts,” said City Manager, Chuck Warbington. “Mulching is a low-maintenance practice and serves as an important aspect of sustainable gardening.”

The pick-up location for the free mulch is 430 Paper Mill Rd. Lawrenceville, GA 30046. The doors will be open for pick-up every Wednesday between 1:15 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. and on Saturdays during the month of October only, between 8 a.m. and noon. Although guests are welcome to self-load, a City representative will be on-site to operate the loader equipment for those who require assistance. City officials advise that arriving with a truck or trailer will ensure that the loading process is fast and efficient.

For more information about the free mulch program, please contact City Representative, Gail Rolin, at 770.277.7531 or email