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Allentown to get 31 new affordable homes

Governor Tom Wolf and the Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency board announced three City of Pittsburgh affordable housing developments will be receiving tax credits this year, including one de...

 

Police to consolidate units in Steamfitters union building

Mayor William Peduto has introduced legislation to City Council to lease the former Steamfitters Local Union 449 at 1517 Woodruff Street. The city intends to use this facility to consolidate police...

 

Community Task Force on Policing Recommendations gives six-month update

Zone 3 By Margaret L. Smykla Contributing Writer A six-month update on implementation of the Community Task Force on Policing Recommendations was the focus of the Sept. 23 meeting of the Zone 3 Public Safety Council (Z3PSC). The Zoom meeting also...

 

Pittsburgh is the 12th Certified Welcoming Place for immigrant, refugee and new Americans in the United States

As part of the City of Pittsburgh's Welcoming Week 2021, the Office of Mayor William Peduto and Office of Equity's Welcoming Pittsburgh announced  Pittsburgh has been named a Certified...

 

City proposes adding over 120 streets to 2021 paving schedule

The Office of Mayor William Peduto has submitted legislation to transfer an additional $4.7 million into the 2021 budget for paving, ADA curb ramp upgrades on paved streets, and repair of concrete,...

 

City to expand fleet with 36 new electric vehicles

City of Pittsburgh Mayor William Peduto has put forward legislation to increase the capital equipment acquisition budget by $7.6 million, for a total of $10.4 million, to expand the city's electric...

 

Mayor Peduto introduces first-in-the-nation Dark Sky Lighting legislation for energy and environmental sustainability

Mayor William Peduto and the Division of Sustainability and Resilience have announced a new "Dark Sky Lighting" ordinance for all city parks, facilities and street lights. Dark Sky Lighting is the...

 

City announces Goals on Littering and Dumping (GOLD) Plan

Mayor William Peduto joined the Department of Public Works and the Clean Pittsburgh Commission in announcing the city's Goals on Littering and Dumping (GOLD) Plan for eradicating litter and illegal...

 

City has new and improved website for its parks and trails

The City of Pittsburgh has launched CitiParks, citiparks.net, the city's first official comprehensive and interactive public parks, recreation and trails website. The CitiParks website provides...

 

City of Pittsburgh seeks artists for public art opportunity in Homewood Park

The City of Pittsburgh Department of City Planning (DCP) and Department of Public Works (DPW) are seeking artists to submit their qualifications for an opportunity to create public art as part of...

 

Blue Recycling Bin Distribution Phase 3 to Begin August 17

The City of Pittsburgh Department of Public Works Environmental Services Division will begin phase 3 of its distribution of 32-gallon blue curbside recycling bins to city residents on August 17. The d...

 

City of Pittsburgh seeks artists for public art opportunity in Homewood Park

The City of Pittsburgh Department of City Planning (DCP) and Department of Public Works (DPW) are seeking artists to submit their qualifications for an opportunity to create public art as part of the...

 

Pittsburgh Launches Innovative Mobility and Equity Initiatives Move PGH and Universal Basic Mobility

Mayor William Peduto joined the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI) and partners in launching Move PGH – a first of its kind Mobility as a Service (MaaS) system. Move PGH integrates...

 

Office of Community Health and Safety receives grant for Neighborhood Health and Safety Academy pilot

The City of Pittsburgh's new Office of Community Health and Safety (OCHS) has received a $17,500 grant from the Staunton Farm Foundation for the launch of their Neighborhood Health and Safety...

 

Mayor proposes spending plan for $335M in Federal Relief Funding

Mayor William Peduto has released his spending allocations for the $335 million in relief funding the City of Pittsburgh received as part of the American Rescue Plan. The Office of Management and...

 

City creates grant program to support community youth sports programs

Mayor William Peduto and City Council President Theresa Kail-Smith have proposed the creation of a new Youth Sports Grant Program that will allow neighborhood and community sports...

 

City Independence Day celebration returns this year to Point State Park

The City of Pittsburgh's 2021 Independence Day Celebration will place Sunday, July 4, from 6 – 10 p.m. in Point State Park. The July 4 festivities will feature bands, food vendors, the ALCOSAN...

 

City secures former Veterans Administration site on Highland Drive for regional Public Safety facility

The City of Pittsburgh has finalized the acquisition – for free – of the former VA Highland Drive campus in Lincoln-Lemington, with plans to create a regional Public Safety training site and...

 

City workers will begin to return to Downtown offices this week

City of Pittsburgh employees who have been working remotely will be returning to city offices in phases over the next several weeks, adhering to continued health safety precautions. "We are starting...

 

Neighborhood Initiatives Fund will focus on Avenues of Hope

The application process for Round 3 of its Neighborhood Initiatives Fund (NIF) Program is open with applications due August 31. The NIF Program makes it easier for City of Pittsburgh communities to...

 

Local food policy collaboration launches Pittsburgh's first Food Equity Ambassador Program

The Pittsburgh Food Policy Council (PFPC) and #PghFoodTeam is announcing the first cohort of the newly created Pittsburgh Food Equity Ambassador Program. From more than 50 applications, the first...

 

World Square returns to Downtown celebrating Pittsburgh's international and immigrant communities

Welcoming Pittsburgh initiative and the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership have announced from June 11 to June 13, while the Three Rivers Arts Festival is in full swing, Market Square will once again be transformed with the sights, sounds, and cuisine...

 

City of Pittsburgh Safe Routes to School Program announces Youth Bike Safety Day on June 12

The City of Pittsburgh Department of Mobility and Infrastructure’s (DOMI) Safe Routes to School Program has announced a Youth Bike Safety event to provide children and families knowledge about bicycle safety as youth participate in...

 

Fireworks are back at The Point for Pittsburgh's July 4 celebration

The City of Pittsburgh will hold an Independence Day celebration with fireworks at the Point on July 4, and waive block party fees for neighborhood parties that day.  Other announcements...

 

City of Pittsburgh gathering community input on 2022 Capital and Operating budgets

The Office of Mayor William Peduto, the Office of Management and Budget, and the Office of Community Affairs welcome residents to share their input on the City of Pittsburgh's 2022 Capital and Operati...

 

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