Pact provides for 12-hour shifts and 24/7 coverage from stations
Your participation in this program helps the environment by diverting valuable resources from the landfill.
In significant boost to efforts to provide safe drinking water, PWSA receiving a $35,441,231 loan and a $13,687,173 grant to replace 2,800 residential public lead connections, including 2,400 private lead service lines.
Twenty neighborhood groups competed in Pittsburgh's 2nd Annual Garbage Olympics, in which they had two hours to pick up trash throughout their communities.
We have released notes on website version 3.2! Many new additional sections and specialty websites released by City Departments. You can view the release notes here. Many of notes have a corresponding link to view. You can also navigate to the website release notes page from the top navigation menu: CITY INFO > Website Release Notes.
The new neighborhood park will feature a community plaza, open lawn and picnic areas, and dynamic playground elements. Liberty Green Park will also feature significant green infrastructure with the capacity to manage up to 4 million gallons of stormwater annually. The green infrastructure will culminate in a community driven art exhibit, River Roots, that showcases innovative solutions for stormwater management and is a visible and functional celebration of a decade of Larimer citizens working together for a sustainable future.
To make Pittsburgh one of the most physically active cities in the United States by creating awareness of local health clubs, physically active programs for families, and events to support the wellness of our residents.
Residents, businesses can now secure more permits online and with credit cards
Mayor William Peduto and the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI) have finalized the list of 2018 street resurfacing projects, totaling nearly 55 miles of paving this year. Paving begins April 16.