The Housing Authority
of the City of Lawrenceville, GA

502 Glenn Edge Drive
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
Phone: (770) 963 - 4900
Fax: (770) 338 - 8447

Investing in family and community since 1950
The Housing Authority of the City of Lawrenceville (LHA) was established on May 8, 1950 and was funded through the Housing Act of 1937 for the purpose of providing decent, safe, and sanitary housing to the low-income citizens of Lawrenceville and the surrounding areas. Since its establishment, LHA has developed 9 housing sites with a total of 212 public housing units. The Authority's operating fund consists of rental income and federal subsidies from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Most residents served by the Housing Authority are elderly and working families. 

For more detailed information about LHA and LHC programs, please visit the Housing Programs tab above.
Why Public Housing is Important
Lawrenceville Housing Authority knows that creating safe and decent places to live can have incredibly positive effects on a family's health, on a student's education, and on a neighborhood's overall attractiveness and viability. 

With so much at stake, the LHA makes it a top priority to provide safe,decent public housing options.
LHA in the Community
The Lawrenceville Housing Authority works collaboratively with community partners to provide resident services and programming and inform participants of community resources and other opportunities that will lead to greater independence, increased financial literacy, and systemic change.

LHA Reading Initiative (In partnership with the Ramose Foundation and the City of Lawrenceville).
ReThink Housing
Why Housing Matters
Public Housing is often associated with buildings, instead of people. Did you know that 41% of those living in public housing are children and that 32% are elderly? Learn more about "ReThink Housing" and Why Housing Matters at
Christine Coleman
LHA would like to recognize Christine Coleman for her hard work and dedication to continuing her education by receiving a Master of Business Administration from Southern New Hampshire University on August 1, 2018.  Christine is a great asset to LHA and we are so proud of her accomplishment and educational endeavors.
LHA Community Gardens (In collaboration with the LHA Resident Advisory Board, The Lawrenceville Women's Club, PMC Building Materials and Gardens for Growing Community).