City of Pittsburgh Council District 7
Deborah Gross Sworn in To Represent City Council District 7

On December 6th, 2013, Councilwoman-elect Deb Gross was officially sworn-in to represent City Council District 7.

National Night Out!

National Night Out events were held throughout the city.  Many District 7 neighborhoods participated and Councilwoman Gross joined in on the celebration!

New Tools to Fight Pittsburgh's Blight

Councilwoman Gross and Ronnell Guy of the Northside Coalition for Fair Housing discuss the potential power of the newly created Pittsburgh Land Bank.

Heth's Run Bridge Dedication

“We’re only just starting,” Ms. Gross said. “It’ll be many more years of work, but it’s really going to be a jewel.”

Monthly District 7 E-Newsletter

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Councilwoman Gross

Meet Councilwoman Gross

Deb Gross serves as a Member of Pittsburgh City Council, where she represents Pittsburgh City Council District 7. Deb was elected on November 5th, 2013, and was sworn-in on December 6th, 2013.

Deb is a lifelong progressive, community organizer, strategic planner and fundraiser. A champion for Pittsburgh neighborhoods, Deb has a track record of transformative involvement with many community development organizations including the Lawrenceville Corporation; Mildred’s Daughters Farm; the Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation; The Greater Pittsburgh Arts Alliance, as founding executive director; and the Women and Girls Foundation of Southwestern Pennsylvania. Deb's background in community advocacy also includes having started a business Pecolater, a business whose purpose was to help community development corporations and non-profits strengthen ties within Pittsburgh's business community. 

Deb received her Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from the University of Florida and Master’s Degree in Sociology from the Duke University. She is married to Stan Caldwell who works at Carnegie Mellon University and has a six-year-old daughter, Theodora, and a one-year-old son, Stanley. Deb and her family live in Highland Park.




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