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 News    April 6, 2021 

Registration opens for BikePGH's PedalPGH

Registration is now open for the 28th Annual UPMC Health Plan PedalPGH at PedalPGH.org. Cyclists of all ages and fitness levels are welcome to participate in Pittsburgh's biggest celebration of...

 
 News    April 6, 2021 

Street sweeping resumes without parking tickets

Street sweeping has resumed in the City of Pittsburgh, but without the ticketing of parked vehicles.  The city is suspending parking enforcement due to the large number of people still working from home during the pandemic, but the Department of...

 
 News    April 6, 2021 

Spring Clean-Up is this Saturday in Mt. Oliver

Volunteers with the Hilltop Economic Development Corp. (HEDC) are holding a Mt. Oliver Spring Clean-Up from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 10. Trash bags and gloves will be available for pick up...

 
 By Margaret L. Smykla    News    April 6, 2021 

SSCC reviews plans for 251-unit apartment building, Esser's Park

The March 25 virtual development activities meeting (DAM) of th e South Side Community Council (SSCC) featured presentations on proposals for a riverfront 251-unit residential apartment building, and...

 

Mt. Oliver Department reports for February

Highlights from the department reports for Mt. Oliver Borough from the December department reports for February 2021: Public Safety Total police calls for service: 437 There were 22 drug arrests...

 

Pennsylvania extends personal income tax filing deadline to May 17, 2021

The Department of Revenue has announced the deadline for taxpayers to file their 2020 Pennsylvania personal income tax returns and make final 2020 income tax payments is extended to May 17. This means taxpayers will have an additional month to file...

 

City of Pittsburgh extends income tax filing deadline to May 17, 2021

The City of Pittsburgh is extending its personal income tax filing deadline until May 17, in line with extensions announced by the Internal Revenue Service and the Pennsylvania Department of...

 

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...

 

State launches portal to rnsure high-risk populations have sccess to opioid reversal medication

The Wolf Administration’s Opioid Command Center has announced the availability of the Statewide Naloxone Allocation Request Portal, www.surveymonkey.com/r/HHRBF7K. The portal allows eligible organizations serving high-risk populations the ability...

 

City closes Mountain St. for sidewalk improvements

The City of Pittsburgh’s Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI) is closing Mountain Avenue between Ormsby Street and Wagner Street in the St. Clair and Mt. Oliver City neighborhoods beginning Monday, March 29. The $160,000 project is...

 

South Side Presbyterian Easter services

The South Side Presbyterian Church welcomes all to special worship events in this week. For coronavirus safety concerns, all gatherings are on the church's phone conference line. On Thursday, April...

 

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...

 

Women Voters launches new website

There is a colorful and imaginative infographic for everyone on the new and improved website of the League of Women Voters of Greater Pittsburgh (LWVPGH). If you are a voter looking for information on voter registration, mail-in and in-person voting...

 

Orthodox churches will display icons in procession

Two Orthodox Christian churches in South Side will use icons from the Wrestling With Angels museum exhibition in a local procession. To commemorate the first Sunday of Great Lent, St. Vladimir Ukrainian Orthodox Church and St. Mary Orthodox Church...

 

History Center partners with Smithsonian for new American Democracy exhibition

Revolutionary Americans took a great leap of faith by establishing a new government based on the sovereignty of the people. Since that revolution, generations of Americans have been on a quest to...

 

Citiparks distributed a half-million meals since the start of the pandemic

One year after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Pittsburgh Department of Parks & Recreation has reached a significant milestone with the distribution of a half-million free meals to...

 

County extends real estate tax deadline

Allegheny County Council has extended the discounted real estate tax deadline by 30 days. Payments received or postmarked by April 30, will be eligible to receive a 2% discount from the gross amount due. Allegheny County Treasurer John K. Weinstein,...

 

Police come up with a plan for off-road vehicles on city streets

In 2020, the City of Pittsburgh began witnessing large numbers of unlawful, off-road vehicles such as ATV's and dirt bikes riding recklessly on city streets, taking over roadways and intersections,...

 

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...

 

Gov. Wolf Announces $145 Million in relief available for hospitality industry by March 15

Governor Tom Wolf announced the hospitality industry be able to apply for immediate relief through the COVID-19 Hospitality Industry Recovery Program (CHIRP), a new grant program established by the Wolf Administration to support local businesses...

 

Penn State Extension offers two webinars on understanding mental health

Penn State Extension will offer two webinars on understanding mental health, Mental Health First Aid and Mental Health First Aid – Adults Working with Youth. Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand, and respond to signs of...

 

Artists celebrate CLP 125th anniversary with new library cards

In 1895, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (CLP) opened its doors as one of the first public libraries to give all people free access to art, music and literature – a pioneering concept at the time....

 

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...

 

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