Mayor Ravenstahl will recognize exceptional volunteers in the city
Pittsburgh has a strong tradition of neighbors-helping-neighbors. Throughout its history, citizen volunteers in every corner of Pittsburgh have risen up as partners in tackling the city's greatest challenges.
Mayor Luke Ravenstahl believes in recognizing these community leaders and volunteers whose service deserves praise. That is why he has recently established his Citizen Service Award, a special award to honor individuals and organizations that demonstrate a strong commitment to addressing local challenges and enhancing the quality of life in the City of Pittsburgh.
Those who would like to share their volunteer accomplishments, or know of someone who is making an impact in their community, help city officials to recognize their service by filling out the nomination form for Mayor Luke Ravenstahl's Citizen Service Award. Awardees do not need to be residents of the City of Pittsburgh, but their service should have a positive impact on Pittsburgh for consideration. Recipients will be honored with a City of Pittsburgh Proclamation and a personal letter of thanks from Mayor Ravenstahl. Recognition will be awarded on a rolling basis.
Mayor Ravenstahl's Citizen Service Award is the newest addition to his servePGH initiative which promotes citizen service to impact local challenges. More information may be found at servepgh. pittsburghpa.gov.
Those who have any questions or comments about the program should contact firstname.lastname@example.org. pa.us or 412-255-2280.