Lawrenceville Housing Authority

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 10 housing sites with a total of 212 affordable 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. 

LHA is designated as a "high performing agency" by HUD and is committed to serving all of our residents, participants, and the public in a manner consistent with the principles of respect, fairness, and equity.  LHA's multifamily housing program offers affordable housing solutions with rental costs based on 30% of the residents gross adjusted monthly income.  

Click here to see if LHA is currently accepting new applications for housing.

Thompson Square     36 Housing Units
Rich Martin                40 Housing Units
Grady Holt                 26 Housing Units
New Memorial           20 Housing Units
Floyd Braswell          20 Housing Units
Glenn Edge              50 Housing Units
Hooper Renwick       20 Housing Units

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