Natural Gas Department
The Gas Department for the City of Lawrenceville provides natural gas service for residents of Lawrenceville and parts of Gwinnett, Rockdale, and Walton counties.
Need Help Understanding Your Natural Gas Bill?
Why did my gas bill increase?
The variable winter weather can cause considerable fluctuations in your natural gas bill from month to month. Please review this comparison chart (PDF) and of Heating Degree Days (HDD) in November and December 2020 and this November and December comparison graph (PDF) comparing temperatures for a better illustration. Please review this informational flyer (PDF) on an expected rise in natural gas prices in late 2021 and early 2022, including helpful tips to prepare.
How do Lawrenceville Natural Gas prices compare to other gas marketers?
We've provided a full comparison of our rates against 12 other gas marketers:
Lawrenceville Natural Gas to other gas marketers (PDF).
Call Before You Dig
If you are going to dig and you are in Georgia, please call Phone: 811. If you are outside Georgia, dial Phone: 800-282-7411.
Please visit the Georgia Utilities Protection website for more information.
Smell Gas? Report a Leak
- After Hours Phone: 911
- What should I do if I think I have a gas leak?
Please call the Lawrenceville Natural Gas Department at Phone: 770-963-3332 or call 911.
- Where do I set up my utilities and pay my bill?
Utilities and payments are taken at:
70 S Clayton Street
Lawrenceville, GA 300046
To set up new service, visit the Connect/Disconnect Service page to complete paperwork online.
For more information, please call Phone: 678-407-6675 or email Customer Service.
- Yellow flags have been placed in my yard. What does that mean?
The yellow flags indicate that someone has requested the location of the natural gas line on your property. The request has not necessarily been made by the City of Lawrenceville Natural Gas Department.
Anyone in Georgia may request a utility locate by contacting the utility protection center. Once a utility locate has been requested, Georgia law requires all utilities to mark their buried facilities. A flag in your yard does not necessarily mean that we are going to dig. For more information, please call Phone: 770-963-3332.