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Recap of “Let’s Talk Mobility” meeting 3/31/2022 (Community Development Activities Meeting)

The Community Development Activities Meeting for March 2022 focused on mobility issues and included presentations from Pittsburghers for Public Transit, Bike PGH, Healthy Ride / POGOH, Automotus, Better Streets Lawrenceville, and Lawrenceville Corporation. See meeting notes here View the full video here View Lawrenceville Corporation’s presentation here

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Let’s Talk Mobility: Lawrenceville Community Meeting

Join us for a virtual public community meeting to learn about various mobility initiatives in Lawrenceville and share your thoughts and priorities. Topics will include smart loading zones, Pittsburgh’s new bikeshare system, OpenStreetsPGH, Amazon, and more. Register in advance at bit.ly/March31CDAM Click here to register in advance: bit.ly/March31CDAM

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Lawrenceville Review of 2021 Crime

Please join Lawrenceville United & Lawrenceville Corporation on Tuesday 3/15 at 6:30 PM for our monthly “Happenings” virtual community meeting. Pittsburgh Police will be doing their annual presentation of crime stats for Lawrenceville, comparing 2021 to previous years. Participate by: Zoom / Phone – register at bit.ly/safety15201 Facebook – www.facebook.com/LawrencevilleUnited For questions or accommodations, please…

Celebration of Cathy “the kissing crossing guard of Lawrenceville”
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Celebration of Cathy “the kissing crossing guard of Lawrenceville”

Join us in Arsenal Park at the cannon (located at the lower entrance along 40th Street) on Tuesday 11/30 at 4 PM for a community celebration of Cathy Gamble, AKA the “kissing crossing guard of Lawrenceville.” This year marks 20 years of service of Cathy protecting our neighbors, while dancing, singing, blowing kisses, waving, and…

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6/22: COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic at Lawrenceville Farmers Market

  Lawrenceville United and the Lawrenceville Farmers Market are proud to partner with UPMC to bring the COVID-19 vaccines to you and the community. WHEN: Tuesday, June 22, 2021, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Appointments are highly encouraged. To schedule, please call 833-653-0518 and ask for the Lawrenceville Farmers Market Vaccine Clinic. If English is…

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Recap of February Happenings Meeting: Crime in Review

On Tuesday, Feb. 16th at 6:30 p.m., LU hosted our February “Happenings” meeting, with a focus on recent crime trends. Dr. Heath Johnson from the Bureau of Police led a presentation on crime statistics for Lawrenceville in 2020 compared to 5-year averages. Lieutenant Lackner, Acting Commander of Zone 2 Police, provided an update on recent…

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Joint Statement from LU and LC

Lawrenceville United and Lawrenceville Corporation stand in solidarity with protests calling for justice for George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, and countless others, and demanding change to the continued realities of structural racism, oppression, and violence against Black Americans across  our nation and in our backyard.    Right here in Lawrenceville, we see these disparities…

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Recap from Virtual Community Meeting on 4/28

The Virtual Lawrenceville-Wide Public Safety Meeting on COVID-19 was held on Tuesday, April 28th at 6 p.m through Zoom, by phone, and through Facebook Live. Huge thanks to our partners at Lawrenceville Corporation, State Rep. Ravenstahl’s office, State Rep. Innamorato’s office, Department of Public Safety, Regional Housing Legal Services, and Just Harvest for attending. For…