Fresh Fridays, the free produce distribution on the Hilltop continues on October 10 at 4 p.m. No pre-registration is required.
The distributions will be held at St. John Vianney Church parking lot (inside the Food Pantry if the weather is bad) in Allentown, off E. Warrington Avenue at Climax and Allen streets.
Eligible households with the zip codes: 15203, 15210, 15211 and 15227 can pick up fresh produce on Friday, Oct. 10. This effort is to support those receiving unemployment compensation, food stamps, cash or medical assistance, SSI, or Social Security Disability with fresh produce and other food items when they made available by the Food Bank. Produce to People and food pantry users as well as those experiencing a crisis situation are always welcome.
Please bring proof of zip code residency such as a rent receipt, utility bill receipt, mortgage payment receipt, valid state ID, or a valid driver's license.
*Please bring your own boxes, bags, rolling carts, etc. as they willnot be provided*
For more information please contact the Hilltop Alliance at 412-586-5807 or email@example.com.
Fresh Fridays on the Hilltop is sponsored by the Hilltop Alliance, Allentown CDC, Beltzhoover Civic Association, Brashear Association, St. John Vianney Church and Food Pantry, and the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank
posted 10/01/14 @ 10:00 am
Mayor Sophie Masloff
Today, I am deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Former Mayor Sophie Masloff. Sophie was truly one in a million, and this is a huge personal loss for the City of Pittsburgh and all whose lives were touched by her. I would like to extend my sincere condolences to the Masloff family in their time of loss. May her memory and legacy never be forgotten.
I was happy to host a Post Agenda today with the Coalition Against Violence. We had a very candid and passionate discussion on ways that the Pittsburgh community can work on resolving problems of violence in our neighborhoods.
Here is the link to the Coalition Against Violence community manifesto that was drafted as part of a greater, collaborative community effort in preventing and controlling gun violence and crime throughout our city and beyond.
East Warrington Avenue Spray Park Ground-Breaking!
On Wednesday, July 17th, Councilman Kraus joined Mayor Luke Ravenstahl, Councilman Corey O'Connor and Director of Public Works Rob Kaczorowski, along with community members from Beltzhoover and Allentown, in breaking ground on the new spray park behind the East Warrington Avenue Recreation Center. Construction will continue for a month, with the park slated to open by the end of August.
Councilman Bruce Kraus gives an update on recent accomplishments in the Oakland area and what is currently in progress.
posted 10/11/12 @ 12:00 pm
Welcome to District 3's New Website!
Councilman Kraus is pleased to announce the new and improved District 3 website!
Use this site to send in Feedback to your District 3 Office, find important Contact information for District 3, see an interactive map of District 3 and learn more about the history of the neighborhoods in District 3.