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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.

posted 8/17/14 @ 5:09 pm


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.

Please feel free to read and share liberally!!cav

posted 12/10/13 @ 3:51 pm
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.

posted 7/18/13 @ 5:42 pm
Spring 2013 Street Pavements

With your help and input, we have compiled a detailed list of streets within our district that we would like to be paved this Spring. The following list was sent to the Department of Public Works for their consideration in regard to which streets are most in need of repair.


  • Ceres Way ( Emerald to Beltzhoover Ave)
  • Carnival Way (behind Caligiri Highrise to Allen St.)
  • 900 block of Industry Street
  • Freeland (between Arlington to Knox Ave)


  • Jonquil (between Fernleaf to Hart)
  • Wiese (Rinne to Jonquil)
  • Spring Street at Zaruba Street
  • Elias Way at Spring Street
  • Charcot Street (Eleanor to Clover)
  • Fitler Street


  • Elsinburg Way (between Beltzhoover & Georgia Ave.)
  • Lafferty at Cleo Street
  • Climax Street (between Montooth and Taft Ave.)
  • Orchard Place to Georgia


  • Beltzhoover to Georgia Ave.
  • Reifert (between Georgia & Tarragonna St.)
  • Georgia Ave (between Wilbur & Reifert)
  • Tarragonna to Duart Way
  • Knox Ave (between Brownsville to Bausman)
  • Amanda Ave. (between Zara to Brownsville)

Mt. Oliver City/St. Clair

  • Mountain Ave. (off Wagner to Cresswell)
  • Parkwood Road
  • Caus Way
  • Rectenwald Street (at  McManus St.)
  • St. Lucas street
  • Wagner


  • Ward Street (between Cato & Frazier)
  • 200-400 block of McKee Place
  • Parkview (Oakland Square)
  • Lawn Street (at Niagra)
  • Zulema Street (between Ward & Bates)
  • Pier Street
  • Bouquet at Joncair
  • Atwood (Parkview to Forbes)
  • Mackey Street
  • Swineburne at Parkview
  • Oakland Way at Jet Way

South Side Flats/Slopes


  • Harcum Way (Jane to 3100 block)
  • Sarah St. (12th-19th)
  • Bingham (Market House to 17th St.)
  • 11th St. (Muriel to Carson)
  • Mary St. (29th-31st)
  • Josephine (18th-26th)
  • 19th St. (Carson to Wharton)
  • 16th St. (Carson to Sarah)
  • Roland (15th to 16th)
  • 25th (Carson to Mary)


  • Magdalene
  • Oporto (to Pius)
  • Mission St. (18th to Sterling)
  • Leticoe
  • Greeley (Gomer to Josephine)
  • Sterling (Wellingtown to Mission)
  • Wellington (at Sterling)
  • Primrose
  • 18th St. (Mission to Wachter)
  • St. Thomas St.
  • St. Joseph Way



posted 4/18/13 @ 12:14 pm

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.

posted 9/12/12 @ 2:00 pm


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