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Pittsburgh adopts plan for open space, parks and recreation

Mayor Luke Ravenstahl has announced the city’s final adoption of OPENSPACEPGH - the open space, parks and recreation plan that will guide the development of Pittsburgh’s open spaces and help leaders determine how to better... — Updated 8/12/2013

 

Next PlanPGH meeting will be at Mount Library

On May 7-9, 14 and 15, there will be the final round of public meetings for OpenspacePGH, the city’s Open Space, Parks, and Recreation Plan and one of the initial components of PlanPGH, the City’s first Comprehensive Plan.... — Updated 5/6/2013

 

PlanPGH progress presented at forum on Mt. Washington

Over the past two weeks, agents from the Department of City Planning and its project partners visited various locations throughout the city to update citizens on its progress with a pair of projects and solicit feedback. The Mount... — Updated 5/6/2013

 

ArtPGH, DesignPGH ask for input from residents

On April 25 and 30, there will be a second round of local public meetings for ARTPGH and DESIGNPGH, the Public Art and Urban Design components of PLANPGH, the City’s first comprehensive plan. These will be “open house... — Updated 4/15/2013

 

OpenspacePGH meeting at the South Side Market House

Thursday, March 28 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the South Side Market House on 12th Street, city planners will present their OPENSPACEPGH plans for the South Side Slopes and Flats. OPENSPACEPGH is Pittsburgh’s first comprehensive guide... — Updated 3/25/2013

 

Open space, zipline and charter schools discussed on Mount

At its first regular forum meeting of the year, the Mount Washington Community Development Corporation (MWCDC) formally welcomed its new executive director, Jason Kambitsis, and hosted two guest speakers with plans for moving Pitts... — Updated 1/22/2013

 

MOVEPGH has ideas to improve pedestrian, bike transportation

Moving Pittsburgh’s transportation future forward was the topic at Thursday night’s MOVEPGH meeting at the Brashear Center, where pedestrian and bike route conditions and... — Updated 11/13/2012

 

Public meeting for art and design slated

The first public meetings have been set for ARTPGH and DESIGNPGH, the Public Art and Urban Design components of the city’s first comprehensive plan, called PLANPGH. Conducted by the Department of City Planning and its... — Updated 11/12/2012

 

City to unveil priorities from transportation plan

Over the past year, public input has been sought for the city’s first 25-year transportation plan, MovePGH, which is one component of the mayor’s citywide comprehensive plan. MovePGH will develop innovative transportation... — Updated 11/8/2012

 

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