The Lilburn CID continues to grow through the addition of new member commercial properties. Executive Director Emory Morsberger’s efforts resulted in 48 parcels added to the CID from throughout the greater Lilburn area. These properties account for an assessed value of $35,125,200 with locations along Highway 29, Lilburn Industrial Boulevard and Arcado, Beaver Ruin, Burns, and Killian Hill Roads. The Lilburn City Council and Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners have approved the CID’s request to add the properties.
The CID’s purpose is to increase the values of its commercial properties, and the future success of the district relies on support from property owners agreeing to become CID partners. For more information on how to complete the simple process to join the CID, please contact Executive Director Emory Morsberger at 770-409-8100.