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Community Development Activities Meeting: Camp Eight Capital @ 108 43rd St (formerly Kaleidoscope Cafe)

Camp Eight Capital is proposing a new 100 housing unit development at 43rd & Willow St. As part of LU & LC’s community process, you’re invited to attend this open and public meeting to learn more, ask questions, and provide feedback on Thursday 4/27 at 6:30 PM. You can attend virtually by Zoom (register at…

Recap from April Happenings Community Meeting: Kickoff to Mobility Enhancement District and possible Residential Permit Parking Changes
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Recap from April Happenings Community Meeting: Kickoff to Mobility Enhancement District and possible Residential Permit Parking Changes

Our April Happenings Community Meeting was hosted on 4/13/2023 at 6:30 PM at Arsenal Middle School at 220 40th St. The Happenings are the once monthly community meetings hosted by LU and LC on the second Thursdays of the month. This particular Happenings served as a kickoff meeting to a month’s long community process around…

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You’re Invited: Community engagement around mobility and parking solutions

Lawrenceville United and Lawrenceville Corporation are inviting all Lawrenceville community members to join us for a multi-pronged engagement process to discuss the Mobility Enhancement District (MED) proposal to improve mobility and infrastructure, along with the potential changes to Residential Permit Parking (RPP) for our neighborhood. Feedback can be provided at in-person meetings/open houses or online…

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2023 LU Board Elections + Spring Membership Meeting

The LU Spring Membership Meeting & Board Elections will be held on Thursday 6/8 at 6:30 p.m. at Goodwill’s Workforce Development Center (118 52nd Street) and streamed live on LU’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/LawrencevilleUnited. More information about the meeting: How to become a member, or renew your membership: If you need to renew your membership, or have never…

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UMPC Children’s Hospital Wall Sign Zoning Board Hearing 3/16/23 at 9:40 AM

See the flyer above for all important information. UPMC’s application for the wall sign can be found on the Zoning Board’s website. Please reach out to LU at 412-802-7220 or info@LUnited.org with any questions or concerns regarding the Zoning Board processes.

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March “Happenings” meeting 3/9/23: 2022 crime in review

Lawrenceville Happenings Community Meeting, March Edition Review of 2022 Crime Please join Lawrenceville United and Lawrenceville Corporation on Thursday 3/9 at 5:30 PM for our monthly “Happenings” community meeting. Pittsburgh Bureau of Police will review crime stats in Lawrenceville for 2022. Our local police zone will be in attendance for updates & questions. 5:30 PM,…

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Tickets on sale for NIGHT AT THE RACES

Night at the Races: an event to benefit the 77th annual Lawrenceville Independence Day Celebration Saturday, January 21st, 6:30 PM Teamster Temple, 4701 Butler Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15201 Horse races & betting + auction race 50/50 Instant Bingo Super Bowl poll Dinner buffet, beer, soda, water included with ticket price $20/ticket. Contact Lawrenceville United at…

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Remembering Ms. Loretta, “the Bible of Lawrenceville”

We’re sad to share that Loretta Millender, who was known as the “Bible of Lawrenceville,” passed away Tuesday 12/6/22 at home after battling cancer for many months. A longtime Lawrenceville resident who helped found Lawrenceville United in 2001 and stayed involved through our 20+ years as an organization, Ms. Loretta was a true community builder:…

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We’re hiring: Community Engagement & Program Manager

View this job description as a PDF here. Announcement of Open Position Community Engagement and Program Manager Lawrenceville United, a community-based non-profit organization working to protect and improve the quality of life of all Lawrenceville residents, is seeking a highly productive individual with strong interpersonal and communication skills who is passionate about community-driven revitalization and…

“Give Big” to Lawrenceville United

The world can feel overwhelming at times, but when we work together with our neighbors, we can tackle some of the most pressing challenges right here in our own backyards, while also building relationships that enrich our lives in community. That’s the spirit that’s kept Lawrenceville United going since 2001. Your support is what keeps this organization strong…