City of Pittsburgh Council District 2
Welcome to Pittsburgh City Council District 2!


Councilwoman Theresa Kail-Smth welcomes you to Pittsburgh City Council District 2. District 2 is home to some of the friendliest  neighborhoods the city has to offer. From the wonderful people, the caring communities and beautiful landscape, we are proud to call District 2 home. For updates and events visit us on Facebook.

District 2 Serving You!




District 2 serves the neighborhoods of
Banksville, Chartiers City, Crafton Heights,
Duquesne Heights,East Carnegie, Elliott,
Esplen, Fairywood, Mt. Washington,
Oakwood, Ridgemont, Sheraden, West End,
South Shore, Westwood, and Windgap.

Mayor's Love Your Block Improves District 2's Memorials

 


Mayor Luke Ravenstahl's Love Your Block Program gave grants to Veteran Memorials in Crafton Heights, Mt. Washington, The West End, Elliott, Oakwood, and Sheraden. All these projects were a  great way to honor our veterans throughout the District.

Exciting Times for District 2

 

District 2 is now home to The Pittsburgh Riverhounds and the beautiful new Highmark Stadium. We are proud to have such a quality organization and top of  the line stadium in our District. Click below to learn more about the Pittsburgh Riverhounds. Also this Fall Sheraden Park will be the new home for The Pittsburgh Rugby Club!

Contact Councilwoman Theresa Kail-Smith



Telephone: 412-255-8963
Fax: 412-255-8644

Address:

510 City-County Building
414 Grant Street
Pittsburgh PA 15219

Community Resources
412-255-8963
Crisis Hotlines

Woman's Center and Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh

-412-687-8005

Adult Mental Health Services

-1-888-796-8226

Youth Mental Health Services

-412-690-6902

posted 5/12/14 @ 10:56 am

After a lot of hard work from CAPture Production Studios, our District 2 commercial is finally finished and ready to be viewed. The commerical captures beautiful views of our District and highlights every neighborhood. Click the link below to view it!

http://vimeo.com/59808530

posted 6/17/13 @ 12:00 am

The West End Alliance is a new CDC founded by Councilwoman Theresa Kail-Smith. The Alliance has brought together 14 out of our 16 neighborhoods, excluding Mt. Washington and Duquesne Heights, which are currently working with the MWCDC. This alliance marks the first time the 14 neighborhoods are working together. Through several committees the alliance is making District 2 a stronger place to live, work, play and invest!

 

http://www.pgh2us.com

posted 6/17/13 @ 12:00 am
Ream Recreation Center Re-opening

After shutting down in 2010 the Ream Recreation Center re-opened on January 17, 2013 to the youth of Mt. Washington and nearby communities. Ream Recreation is offering 18 after school recreational programs that are available to all District 2 residents. Ream Recreation was re-opened with the support of Mayor Ravenstahl and funding by Councilwoman Theresa Kail-Smith.

Click on the link below to read an article about the re-opening:

http://www.sopghreporter.com/story/2013/01/22/news/ream-recreation-center-on-mt-washington-reopens/13170.html

posted 4/03/13 @ 4:01 pm

Pittsburgh Summer Youth Employment Program

The Pittsburgh Summer Youth Employment Program (PSYEP) is a program from the City of Pittsburgh Mayor’s Office, and managed by the Pittsburgh Partnership. Six weeks of work experience are offered to participants in one of two employment tracks. These two choices being either internships or conservation crews restoring parks and public spaces. On Mayor’s Day in 2012, Mayor Ravenstahl visited some of the youth involved in PSYEP at their jobs. He got to see first hand what the impact of this program has on the youth of the City.

PSYEP offers up to 30 hours a week and $7.25 per hour pay. Applicants must be between the ages of 14 and 21 and legal residents of the United States, or of legal United States work status.

For more information, click the link below:

http://pittsburghpa.gov/personnel/pittsburghpartnership/psyep

posted 4/03/13 @ 3:38 pm
West End Works Employment Center

West End Works Employment Center

On December 14, 2012 the West End Works re-opened the employment center. Located in the Emmanuel United Methodist Church in Elliott, the West End Works has received the support of Mayor Ravenstahl and funding from Councilwoman Theresa Kail-Smith. Their facility offers laptop computers and internet access. Assistance in resume building, job training, and use of the facility is offered to all residents of District 2. Their hours are Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Wednesday 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

posted 4/03/13 @ 3:30 pm

510 City County Building | 414 Grant Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Phone: 412-255-8963 | Fax: 412-255-8644

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