Join LU for our annual nonprofit bake sale, kids holiday party, and light up night. This year, the Lawrenceville Cookie Mall and Light Up Lawrenceville will both take place on Saturday, December 7th!
Cookie Mall is from 4-7pm at the Estelle S. Campbell Boys & Girls Club, 4600 Butler St and the annual tree lighting ceremony happens at 7pm sharp in the driveway of Allegheny Cemetery. We’ll have kids crafts, live music, a children’s choir, and visits with Santa.
We’re accepting registrations for Cookie Mall tables now, fill out the application if you’re interested in selling cookies. We are charging $25.00 for the first table and $20.00 for each additional table to cover our cost for the use of this facility. All cookies must be made by the organization, not store-bought. Your organization keeps 100% of the proceeds. Contact LU – firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-802-7220 with any questions.
October 9, 2019
Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania
118 52nd Street, PGH PA 15201 | 6:30p
We would like to invite you to attend our General Membership meeting on Wednesday October 9th at 6:30p. Each year, Lawrenceville United hosts two (2) General Membership meetings, in the spring and fall to report on the work that has been completed, the work that is planned, and to engage the membership around priorities for moving forward. LU is a resident-driven organization and we hope that you will join us to discuss those important issues facing our community now and how we can all work together to address them. These meetings are also a great time to come to get caught up on development projects, or other community happenings and updates.
If you are not a member in current standing, you can renew, or sign-up for a new membership, at the meeting. It is $5.00 for an annual membership, or $35.00 for a lifetime membership.
Your priorities are our work-plan so please join us so that we can move forward with a shared vision in protecting and improving the quality of life in Lawrenceville for all residents and stakeholders.
It’s the Trick or Treat time of the year! Join Lawrenceville United for one of the neighborhoods longest running traditions , a spooooky #Halloween Party at the Lawrenceville Boys and Girls Club. There will be music, dancing, pumpkin painting, games, costume contests, and a HAUNTED HOUSE! All ghouls, fairies, and friends attending our Halloween Party will receive a free candy bag
1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
3:15 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Kids Halloween Parade
Join us for 2019 LIVE! in Lawrenceville, Lawrenceville United’s annual party and fundraiser celebrating the neighbors, volunteers, and leaders that make Lawrenceville special. The evening happens at the Teamsters Local Union 249 in Lawrenceville on 9/7/2019 from 7-10 p.m.
Admission includes food and drinks from local businesses, fun games, and music spun by Arie Cole. Get tickets at http://bit.ly/LIVEinLV or contact 412-802-7220.
Interested in volunteering? We could use your help! Click the link on our Pittsburgh Cares site and learn about the different volunteer shifts available: https://buff.ly/2SuVY3x
Join us for 2019 LIVE! in Lawrenceville, Lawrenceville United’s annual party and fundraiser celebrating the neighbors, volunteers, and leaders that make Lawrenceville special. The evening happens on 9/7/2019 from 7-10 p.m. at the Teamsters Local Union 249 in Lawrenceville.
***UPDATE 6/10/19: Missed our Spring Membership Meeting? Check out the presentation here.***
Please join us for our annual Spring Membership Meeting & Board Elections on Wednesday, June 5th at 6 p.m. at the Clemente Museum (3339 Penn Avenue). There are 6 “by-ward” seats up for election (2 for each “Ward”), and 8 eligible candidates. All Lawrenceville United members in good standing are eligible to vote in LU’s Board elections. Not a member yet? No problem! You can become a member online here, or you can join as a member in person at the meeting. The evening will also include refreshments and an update on LU’s work in the community & plans for moving forward.
There are three ways to cast your vote for candidates for the Board of Directors:
- Voting in person at the Membership Meeting on 6/5
- Returning a ballot by mail to 118 52nd Street, Suite 2026, Pittsburgh, PA 15201
- Voting online via THIS FORM.
The deadline to vote is Tuesday, June 18th, 2019.
This year’s Board candidate slate follows below, and members in good standing may vote for up to 2 candidates for each Ward (each neighborhood of Lawrenceville). Please click on any of the candidates to read their bios.
*Current Board members running for re-election appear in bold with an *.
Questions? Contact LU at 412-802-7220 or info@LUnited.org.
For more information:
- Please see the fact sheet HERE.
- To submit an application, please complete THIS FORM.
- To request a scholarship, please complete THIS FORM.
The banners will look like this below:
Look around Lawrenceville and you can see that this neighborhood is full of beautiful street trees and unique green spaces. Many hands have supported the work of transforming Lawrenceville into a place with strong community gardens, beautiful parks, and a tree lined main street.
The Lawrenceville Tree Tenders (LVTT) is one of the groups that has been responsible for leading this work in Lawrenceville. Join the LVTT on Wednesday February 6th, 2019 from 6pm-8pm at Full Pint Wild Side Pub (5308 Butler Street) for the Tree Tenders Meet & Greet. Meet your neighbors, learn about our work, get info on how to request a tree for your sidewalk, and sign up to volunteer with the LVTT.
Remember, we need your to help keep the neighborhood GREEN!
Questions? Call LU @ 412.802.7220 or email Darrell@lunited.org
LU hosted our first Lawrenceville-wide Public Safety Meeting on Tuesday 1/15/2019 at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Lawrenceville branch. Big thanks to the library for hosting, Dr. Heath Johnson from Pittsburgh Bureau of Police, Zone 2 Police’s Commander Zett, Officer Davis, and Det. Malloy, Public Safety Director Hissrich and Dan Shak, as well as the offices of Councilwoman Gross, Rep. Innamorato, and Rep. Ravenstahl.
In case you missed the meeting, please see the materials below:
Pittsburgh Police Presentation on 2018 Crime Trends
Dept. of Public Safety Presentation on Security Cameras
Your TL;DR version….
The bad news: total crimes are up from last year, driven largely by an increase in property crimes — mainly thefts from auto and burglaries.
The good news: violent crimes continued to decrease, 5 year averages for total crimes are down, Lawrenceville remains safe compared to Zone 2 and the City of Pittsburgh, and 12 public safety cameras are going up around Lawrenceville in the next couple weeks to deter and solve crime.
Regularly scheduled block watches will resume in February and March. Our next quarterly public safety meeting will be held in April. Please input on what content you’d like to see the April meeting cover to info@LUnited.org or call 412-802-7220.