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In 2016, Pittsburgh will celebrate the 200th anniversary of its incorporation as a City. Mayor Peduto would like everyone in the City to celebrate this historic occasion, and is inviting community organizations to become Bicentennial Partners.
Veteran Call to Action
Veterans and service members are invited to community forums to discuss how the region can better serve veterans and their families on Feb. 4 at CCAC. RSVP here
REGISTER TODAY FOR "THE GREAT RACE"
Registration is now open for the 39th running of The Great Race. The 10K run and 5K run/fitness walk will take place on Sunday, Sept. 25. REGISTER EARLY AND SAVE! Sign up with a friend by March 31 and save 50% off the standard race registration fee.
Search the City of Pittsburgh's database to see if you are owed money!
Search the City of Pittsburgh's database to see if you are owed money. If you are owed money, fill out the form to claim your money. After verification, a check will be mailed.
The Pittsburgh Roadmap for Inclusive Innovation has Launched!
The City has released it's plan to ensure that Pittsburgh remains competitive and inclusive in the digital age. With 20 goals, accounting for over 100 actions for the City to undertake, the Roadmap is a vision forward. Read about how your City plans to better improve quality of life for all Pittsburghers.
Celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act all summer long in the City of Pittsburgh
Take a look at our ever-growing schedule of events!
The City of Pittsburgh and The Heinz Endowments
The City and Heinz Endowments have partnered and are spearheading a major effort to forge a new model of urban growth and development that is innovative, inclusive and sustainable. This model is based around a central, unifying framework—p4: People, Planet, Place and Performance—and launched at an international summit organized by Sustainable Pittsburgh in April 2015.
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