I lived in Lawrenceville Georgia for a couple years, for employment. It is deemed as the Crepe Myrtle City due to the beautiful hues of crepe flowers that sprout up over its landscape. Lawrenceville is a great place for young singles and families. It has a multitude of events, culture, and amenities. It is a melting pot of different frameworks. The area is a sizeable suburb of Atlanta, which has grown in popularity over the years.
Education is top notch. Their academic system is forward-thinking and is nationally top-ranked. There are a wealth of employment opportunities in the metro Atlanta area. However, the city of Lawrenceville has marginal workforce potential. The weather generally is great, and crime is low to moderate. The cost of living in Lawrenceville is above average for the state of Georgia.
In my experience, areas to enjoy in Lawrenceville would be Sugarloaf Parkway district. The parkway offers various attractions such as their shopping community, Discover Mills Mall, and Medieval Times.
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joecPosted on Jan 28, 2016
Relocate from New York to Lawrenceville, GAI am planning on relocating from New York to Lawrenceville, GA with my Husband and 2 kids age 12 and 7. Is it very hard to get a job for a minimum wage to start off life there or is it possible to servive.?