Clean Pittsburgh report


The Clean Pittsburgh Commission (CPC), a commission of the City of Pittsburgh, has released its 2013 Annual Report.

The CPC’s report reviews the status of quality of life issues as of 2013 in the city, including litter prevention and recycling programs, status of abandoned vehicles, buildings, and lots, community gardens, graffiti, and more.

“This report gauges the level of success and improvement among quality of life issues in the city over the past few years, said Sarah Alessio Shea, CPC chair, “It not only provides a window into where we have come but provides resources for continued efforts to make future positive impacts”.

The 2013 Annual Report compiled by the CPC with assistance from a number of city departments including the Department of Public Works, Bureau of Building Inspection, Bureau of Police, ServePGH, and City Planning. The report also highlights strides made by CPC member organizations including Allegheny CleanWays and the Pennsylvania Resources Council as well as other local nonprofits include Grow Pittsburgh and Citizens Against Litter.

Resources on the issues of recycling, graffiti removal, community gardens, litter prevention, the City of Pittsburgh 311 Response Center and more can be found within the report.

The report also highlights the CPC’s goals and objectives moving forward that will keep with the vision of Pittsburgh being one of America’s cleanest and cared for cities. To access the annual report, visit the Clean Pittsburgh Commission’s website at or contact to inquiry about a hard copy.


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