Boards, Authorities & Commissions

Pittsburgh Land Bank

The Pittsburgh Land Bank (PLB) is a single purpose entity created in 2014 in accordance with the Pennsylvania Land Bank Act.  The PLB is governed by a Board of 9 members:

  • 3 Members are appointed by the Mayor
  • 3 Members are appointed by City Council representing the districts with the most distressed and vacant parcels
  • 3 Members are elected by majority vote of the board
    • 1 – resident of the top 3 most distressed Council Districts
    • 1 – resident of the 4th - 6th most distressed Council Districts
    • 1 – resident of the 3 least distressed Council Districts

The PLB’s goal is return underproductive Real Property to beneficial reuse through an equitable, transparent, and public process, revitalizing neighborhoods to strengthen the City’s tax base and support socially and economically diverse communities.

2015 - Present Meetings

2021 PLB Public Meeting Schedule

January 8th February 12th March 12th April 9th
May 14th June 11th July 9th August 13th
September 10th October 8th November 12th December 10th

Agenda: May 2021

Minutes: April 2021

Expense Report: April 4 2021

Contact Info

Julie Edwards
Assistant Director of Neighborhood Development
Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh