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 By Tom Smith    Front Page

Carson construction nearing end

The October meeting of the South Side Planning Forum included updates on the Parking Enhancement District (PED), East Carson Street construction, holiday banners and more. City of Pittsburgh Nighttime Economy Manager Allison... — Updated 10/25/2022

 

League of Women Voters, WTAE conducting debate for the 18th Congressional District

The League of Women Voters of Greater Pittsburgh and WTAE-TV are cohosting a candidate forum for the Democratic candidates for the 18th Congressional District, Representative Mike Doyle and Mr. Gerald Dickinson. WTAE-TV will... — Updated 5/20/2020

 

Reps. Wheatley, Ravenstahl hosting 'Pathways 2 Pardons' in Northside

In an effort to assist residents who want to obtain a pardon or expungement of a past criminal conviction, state Rep s. Jake Wheatley and Adam Ravenstahl will be hosting a... — Updated 3/9/2020

 

City OMI and CPRB explain their offices to Zone 3 Council

Presentations on investigating complaints against public safety personnel kicked off the March18 meeting of the Zone 3 Public Safety Council held at the Knoxville Library. In the first presentation, Erin Bruni of the Office of... — Updated 3/30/2019

 

Arlington hears promises about spray park for The Fort, again

It's hard to blame members of the Arlington Civic Council (ACC) for being skeptical when city officials come to their meetings and tell them a spray park is coming. They've heard... — Updated 3/20/2017

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page

Kids will 'get wet' this year in the new Arlington Spray Park

The patience of Arlington area residents was wearing thin with promises from city officials that a spray park would be constructed on the site of the closed swimming pool in Arlington Playground when they requested an update from... — Updated 6/21/2016

 
 By Tom Smith    Front Page

Arlington spray park slated for construction

Arlington residents have been talking about getting a spray park in South Side Playground, known as "The Fort," since 2008 when Mayor Luke Ravenstahl visited the playground and... — Updated 9/21/2015

 

So. Side Planning Forum updates

Projects’ updates comprised most of the Jan. 14 meeting of the South Side Planning Forum as there were no presentations. In the report of the Development Review Committee (DRC), Peter Kreuthmeier reported South Water St. will... — Updated 1/20/2014

 

Mayor Ravenstahl presents 2014 budget

Mayor Luke Ravenstahl last week presented Pittsburgh’s 2014 Operating and Capital Budget and Five-Year Plan to city employees, members of City Council and community leaders in City Council Chambers. For the eighth year in a row,... — Updated 11/18/2013

 

Update on permit parking expansion at S.S. Planning Forum

Details on a proposed enlargement of an existing residential permit parking district in the South Side led off the Nov. 12 meeting of the South Side Planning Forum. The presentation was conducted by Pittsburgh City Planning’s... — Updated 11/18/2013

 

Mayor-Elect Peduto invites applications for appointments

Mayor-Elect Bill Peduto announced last week his intention to open up to city residents, through the Talent City program, applications for all at-will employment positions in city departments as well as appointments to boards,... — Updated 11/11/2013

 

CeaseFire outlines its mission at the citywide public safety meeting

An Oct. 23 citywide public safety meeting drew about 125 residents to the South Hills Retirement Center – formerly South Hills High School -- in Mt. Washington. Those in attendance represented city departments including the... — Updated 10/28/2013

 

City announces official trick-or-treat hours

The City of Pittsburgh’s official trick-or-treat hours will be on Thursday, Oct. 31, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Residents are encouraged to visit the city’s user-friendly Halloween webpage to find festivities hosted by... — Updated 10/14/2013

 
 By Sarah Beth Martin    News

Block watch celebrates successes, learns details of area assault

As Crime Prevention Officer Christine Luffey distributed copies of the August crime statistics for Carrick at last Monday’s meeting of the Carrick/Overbrook Block Watch, she prepared those in attendance to receive a mixed... — Updated 9/16/2013

 

City issues call for artists for new Downtown are program

Mayor Luke Ravenstahl, in partnership with the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership (PDP), has announced a new three-year initiative to bring temporary public art to Market Square. Selected artists, or teams of artists, are invited to... — Updated 8/19/2013

 

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

 

South Side Chamber of Commerce receives Love Your Block Grant

Twenty-three organizations, including the South Side Chamber of Commerce, will receive funding through the fifth round of his Love Your Block (LYB) grant program, a servePGH initiative. Through the block revitalization program, in... — Updated 8/5/2013

 

City to expand Cool Roofs program to include nonprofit organizations

Applications for Cool Roofs, the newest servePGH initiative, are now available to nonprofit organizations. Cool Roofs coats the roofs of city buildings with reflective white paint, making them more energy efficient. In an effort... — Updated 7/29/2013

 

Gun legislation topic at Zone 3 meeting

Discussion at the Zone 3 Public Safety Council meeting on July 17 centered on proposed gun legislation and the South Side saturation pilot program. The meeting began with the reminder August 6 is National Night Out. Crime... — Updated 7/22/2013

 

Spray park will open in August

City officials and neighborhood leaders gathered at the Warrington Recreation Center for a ceremonial ground breaking for Pittsburgh’s fifth and largest spray park. The former... — Updated 7/22/2013

 

Applications available for civic leadership academy

Applications for the fall 2013 Civic Leadership Academy (CLA) are now available. One of the 10 servePGH initiatives, CLA is a free 10-week course that aims to educate residents about local government. Beginning September 18, and... — Updated 7/15/2013

 

Community groups urged to host National Night Out events on Aug. 6

Pittsburgh residents and neighborhood groups are being encouraged to participate in this year’s National Night Out (NNO) celebration, to be held on Tuesday, Aug. 6. National Night Out is an opportunity for Pittsburgh residents,... — Updated 7/1/2013

 

Beltzhoover Civic continues work to renovate Venson Park

Calling all Beltzhoover area historians and enthusiasts—your neighborhood needs your help! The Beltzhoover Civic Association (BCA) recently received $16,000 in competitive, reinvestment grants for the professional redesign of... — Updated 7/1/2013

 

Applications available for city's Second Civic Leaf Academy

Applications are now available for the second session of the Civic Leaders for an Environmentally Alternate Future (LEAF) Academy, which educates students about their environmental impact, connects them with city resources, and hel... — Updated 6/24/2013

 

Mayor announces energy saving 'Cool Roofs' initiative

Mayor Luke Ravenstahl along with volunteers and community members were on Mount Washington last Wednesday to launch the Cool Roofs program, a new servePGH initiative that will coat... — Updated 6/17/2013

 

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