Citiparks calling for volunteers to assist elderly residents with home snow removal this winter PITTSBURGH, PA (November 29, 2016) - The Office of Mayor William Peduto and the City of Pittsburgh Department of Parks & Recreation (Citiparks) today announced Pittsburgh Snow Angels, a city-wide program that pairs elderly or disabled city residents with volunteers to assist with snow removal during winter months.
Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) is holding a series of community meetings regarding lead in our water, how residents can limit exposure to this lead, and the steps being taken to address the issue. Meetings are being held by City Council District, and while there will be data presented specific to each district, each meeting is open to all. Meetings will include a Q+A session during which residents can ask questions to PWSA experts.
PITTSBURGH, PA - (November 22, 2016) Mayor William Peduto announced today that applications are available for the City of Pittsburgh’s 2017 Love Your [Resilient] Block grant award program. The block revitalization program gives organizations up to $1,500 in funds for a neighborhood resilience-building project that mobilizes community volunteers. In addition, the group with the project identified to have the most positive impact will be awarded an additional $3,000 to further their efforts.
Pittsburgh Public School? Public charter school? Private school? What's best for your child and where can you learn what's out there? If you ever wished you could "one-stop shop" for options for your child's education, have we got an event for you! On Saturday, November 19th, you can come down to the Energy Innovation Center and speak directly to school leaders, parents and teachers to help find the right school for your child.
PITTSBURGH, PA (November 15, 2016) "Over the past week, I have been repeatedly asked my reactions to the Presidential race and its affect on Pittsburgh. I want to reassure everyone with a stake in our wonderful city that Pittsburgh remains a city for all, both welcoming to outsiders and supportive of those here for generations who built the city we love.
PITTSBURGH, PA (November 14, 2016) - Mayor William Peduto presented a $539.3 million 2017 Operating Budget to Pittsburgh City Council today that keeps the City on its long term path to fiscal responsibility, while enhancing core services and making investments in infrastructure needs.
Please join your friends and neighbors to see Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton in PITTSBURGH! MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2016, 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM, DOORS OPEN AT 9:30 AM Bigelow Blvd. between Fifth Ave. and Forbes Ave., in front of the Cathedral of Learning @ University of Pittsburgh
Tuesday, November 8th, is your chance to show the world what America stands for. It's your opportunity to prove that love really does trump hate and that we all are stronger when we stand together. We need EVERYONE to turn out to vote: For Hillary Clinton for President, for Katie McGinty for U.S. Senate, for Josh Shapiro for Attorney General, and for all the Democrats up and down the ticket!
In two years McLay rebuilt police-community relations, internal police accountability systems, and data-driven policing measures PITTSBURGH, PA (November 4, 2016) Mayor William Peduto announced today that after two years of rebuilding police-community relationships and instilling long-lasting accountability measures to the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police, Chief Cameron S. McLay is leaving the Bureau to pursue other professional opportunities.
The Sprout Fund serves as a catalyst by providing crucial financial support for small-scale and first-time projects. Seeding these types of programs in the early stages can payoff big time for communities in Pittsburgh. One such program is their Change Machine project. It provides $500 grants for youth-led initiatives.