Beginning in 2019, in lieu of the monthly “block watch” meetings in each section of Lawrenceville, LU and Pittsburgh Police Zone 2 are teaming up to offer quarterly public safety meetings for all of Lawrenceville to cover larger issues affecting the entire community.
Agenda will include:
*A review of crime trends in Lawrenceville for 2018 with Commander Zett of Zone 2 Police
*Update on public safety cameras from City of Pittsburgh Public Safety Director Hissrich.
*Meet with residential and commercial security companies to get more information on security systems and private cameras for your home/business.
Light refreshments provided.
Free childcare available with RSVP. Questions/RSVP to LU: 412-802-7220 or info@LUnited.org.
Many thanks to the Office of Councilwoman Deb Gross, Lawrenceville Corporation and the Department of City Planning for partnering on this effort. The hosting partners provided updates on the state of housing in Lawrenceville, displacement, and what’s being done about it. Thank you to all of the attendees who shared their stories and experiences.
Be sure to check out Lawrenceville United’s Presentation here: The State of Housing in Lawrenceville
We also have the notes that reflect the stories and experiences shared by the session attendees: Housing for All Group Notes
The next event in the Housing for All series happens on October 17, 2018 from 6-8 p.m. at Goodwill’s Workforce Development Center at 118 52nd Street – Inclusionary Zoning: a tool to preserve affordability