Since 2001, SPLOST dollars have contributed millions of dollars for library projects in Gwinnett, paying for the development of new branches and renovations to existing branches. The Gwinnett County Public Library system is made up of 15 convenient locations around the county. For locations and hours, visit www.gwinnettpl.org

2009      2005    2001

2009 SPLOST Program: $7,574,000

Lilburn Library Relocation

  • The relocation of the Lilburn Branch Library to a new facility near old town Lilburn will also include the city of Lilburn's new city hall
  • The branch's larger size will allow for a significant increase in the computer and research/reading areas that are severely limited in the existing branch
  • The facility will be designed and constructed to achieve at least a basic LEED certification with a focus on energy and water conservation
 


 


2005 SPLOST Program: $1,559,000

Five Forks Library Renovations

  • Fixed sections of roof without gutters that coincide with areas where there were concerns of water getting into the building at below grade areas. Replaced down spout guards.
  • Fixed several exterior light fixtures.
  • The carpet in various locations such as the closet in the children’s story area and the area near the curtain wall were replaced.
 


2001 SPLOST Program: $11,250,000

Dacula Branch Library

Development of a 20,000-sq.-ft. library with equipment, furnishings, and materials.

 

Grayson Branch Library

Development of a 20,000-sq.-ft. library with equipment, furnishings, and materials.

 

Suwanee Branch Library

Development of a 20,000-sq.-ft. library with equipment, furnishings, and materials.