Public Hearing: Flood Plain Zoning
The Planning Commission has initiated a Zoning Code amendment, proposing an changes to the Flood Plain Overlay District section of the Zoning Code by adopting federally compliant regulations in accordance with the National Flood Insurance Program. Click for details on the July 22 hearing.
Interactive Zoning & Parcel Map
Check out our interactive zoning and parcel map, which allows you to easily identify zoning districts and parcels throughout the City of Pittsburgh.
Simply zoom to or search for the area you're interested in and click--the info you need will pop right up.
Map courtesy of the Geographic Information Systems division.
Need Development Advice?
DCP offers pre-application meetings to advise and inform applicants of the City’s development review process as it relates to planning and zoning. Approval from the Zoning Department is the first step to obtaining a building permit in Pittsburgh.
If you've got a project in mind but don't know where to start, we can help you navigate the development review process successfully!
Take our Vacant Lot Survey Today!
The Vacant Lot Survey's goal is to better understand the needs of City residents who currently use or would like to use vacant lands throughout the City. This will help to develop City policies and procedures that streamline the process to achieve successful vacant lot projects.
We appreciate your time in completing this survey, and telling us your vacant lot story.
Penn Circle Street Name Changes
As part of the ongoing revitalization of East Liberty, the City is removing the Penn Circle name from streets in the neighborhood and reverting to historic street names. The new street names and addresses are in effect immediately. Click below for important details about the project.