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 News    May 11, 2021 

Mayor, judge candidates in Beltzhoover at forum

Conversations in the Park with the Candidates will take place on Thursday, May 13 in the new shelter atop Chicken Hill in McKinley Park at Michigan Street and Haberman Avenue from 5-7:30 p.m. Invited mayoral candidates include: Ed Gainey, Tony...

 
 News    May 11, 2021 

New website will track police reform progress

The Pittsburgh Bureau of Police has launched a new website to track the implementation of changes recommended by Mayor William Peduto's Community Task Force on Police Reform. The site is broken down i...

 
 News    May 11, 2021 

City to track gun data

Mayor William Peduto and the Department of Public Safety will expand the city's tracking of gun data with funding from Everytown Support Fund, the education, research, and litigation arm of Everytown...

 
 News    May 4, 2021

City announces investments in OnePGH Plan

Mayor William Peduto has released the OnePGH plan, which addresses long-standing challenges facing Pittsburgh through a new partnership with city nonprofits, and by building upon existing...

 
 News    May 4, 2021

Legislation allows LGBTQIA+ businesses to register with the City of Pittsburgh's procurement platform 

City of Pittsburgh Council members Erika Strassburger and Bruce Kraus have introduced legislation allowing LGBTQIA+ businesses to specifically register with the City of Pittsburgh's procurement...

 

Mayor Peduto signs Executive Order to create a Building Deconstruction Policy

Mayor William Peduto issued an Executive Order to create a unified, city-led deconstruction policy designed to remediate blight in city neighborhoods while diverting building materials from...

 

Spring webinar teaches Pittsburgh residents how to recycle right

In conjunction with the City of Pittsburgh’s blue recycling bin distribution program this spring, residents can learn to Recycle Right by taking part in a free online workshop through early May. The 30-minute webinar, presented by...

 

Pittsburgh Land Bank announces new leadership

Pittsburgh Land Bank (PLB) Board Chair Councilman Rev. Ricky Burgess has announced new leadership at the PLB March Regular Board Meeting. Diamonte Walker, in her position as deputy executive director...

 

City launches investigation and clean-up efforts after racist graffiti at Quarry Field

City of Pittsburgh officials were made aware this afternoon that a concession stand in Quarry Field in the South Side Slopes was defaced with racist graffiti, and have launched a police investigation...

 

Ground broken for 4th Division campus, construction expected to start in August

City Breaks Ground for New State-of-the-Art DPW 4th Division Facility City of Pittsburgh officials broke ground for a new, state-of the-art Department of Public Works (DPW) facility in Knoxville on...

 

City launches new victim assistance website

Often overlooked in the criminal process are the victims, people whose lives are instantly altered through no choice of their own.  The City of Pittsburgh's Public Safety Department is working to...

 

Community Police Task Force tasked to recommend changes

Updates on the Community Police Reform Task Force kicked off the March 15 meeting of the Zone 3 Public Safety Council (Z3PSC). The Zoom meeting also featured crime trend information and public safety...

 

Pittsburgh Police receive state grant to support youth outreach program

The City of Pittsburgh Bureau of Police has won a state grant to boost efforts to work with city youth to reduce violence.  The Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency awarded the Bureau...

 

City slated to begin reconstruction of Mount's Olympia Park shelter house

The City of Pittsburgh Department of Public Works has awarded a design contract for the Olympia Park Shelter House, allowing for the renovation of the Mount Washington/Duquesne Heights shelter to...

 

Consensus group seeking proposals to redevelop the Beltzhoover School

The Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh (URA) has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) on behalf of the Beltzhoover Consensus Group (BCG) for the redevelopment of the former Beltzhoover...

 

Senator Fontana partners with Mayor Peduto on bill to empower Pittsburgh blight-fighting tool

State Sen. Wayne Fontana has partnered with Mayor William Peduto to introduce legislation to help the City of Pittsburgh land bank more efficiently acquire vacant and distressed properties and g...

 

Shade Tree Commission has equitable streeet tree investment strategy

Mayor William Peduto and the City of Pittsburgh Shade Tree Commission have announced a new Equitable Street Tree Investment Strategy to promote maintenance in low-income neighborhoods with low tree canopy cover as part of Mayor Peduto’s vision...

 

City investing $800,000 in public art this year, will be seeking artists for 18 projects citywide

The City of Pittsburgh Department of City Planning Public Art and Civic Design (PACD) division announced there will be a series of calls for artists in 2021 to commission new public artwork as the cit...

 

City looking to change steam heat provider for Downtown buildings

The City of Pittsburgh has signed a letter of intent to move forward with entering into a formal energy services agreement with Clearway Community Energy (Clearway), experts in district energy,...

 

Mayor Peduto makes appointments to city's LGBTQIA+ Commission

Mayor William Peduto is making appointments to the City's new LGBTQIA+ Commission.  The mayor created a LGBTQIA+ Advisory Council in 2016, and under legislation he introduced in June he replaced it...

 

Office of Community Health and Safety selected for National League of Cities Community Health Cohort

The City of Pittsburgh's Office of Community Health and Safety (OCHS), in partnership with Allegheny Health Network's Center for Inclusion Health, has been selected to join the National League of...

 

City and county will consider establishing $36 Million COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program

A proposal to establish an Emergency Rental Assistance Program to assist those impacted financially from the COVID-19 crisis has been introduced to Pittsburgh City Council.  The City of Pittsburgh...

 

City will partner with FUSE Corps on police-community relations, workforce development and adult diversion programs

The Peduto Administration is partnering with the nonprofit FUSE Corps to host three researchers to work on community-police relations, job opportunities for students, and creating an adult div...

 

Mayor submits bill to make Juneteenth a city holiday

Mayor William Peduto has introduced a bill to City Council to make Juneteenth an official city holiday.  The mayor announced in August at a Black Voting Rights Forum at St. Benedict the Moor...

 

Carrick council hears election results, about city snow removal

This year's first quarterly meeting of the Carrick Community Council (CCC) featured board election results; update on the 25 Carrick Ave Project; recent changes to the snow removal process; and the...

 

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