CLEAN PITTSBURGH COMMISSION

Clean Pittsburgh Commission

The Clean Pittsburgh Commission (CPC) was established in August 2005 through legislation introduced to City Council by then Councilman Doug Shields and co-sponsored by then Council members Dan Deasy, Bill Peduto and Luke Ravenstahl. The CPC’s mission is: to work to improve the environmental quality of life of Pittsburgh residents through litter and illegal dumping prevention, clean-up and enforcement.

The CPC is comprised of 15 representatives from various City departments, local non-profits, individuals and community groups. The activities of the CPC are focused in three primary areas: 1) monitoring/awareness/prevention, 2) clean-up, and 3) enforcement. The primary function of the CPC is to provide oversight, direction, leadership, resources and assistance to community groups and individuals while serving as the liaison between these groups and the appropriate City departments.

Clean Neighborhood Stewards

The Clean Pittsburgh Commission keeps in contact with representatives who are involved in beautification work in their city neighborhoods.  These contacts are called Clean Neighborhood Stewards.  The CPC works with these stewards promote cleanup and beautification initiatives, contacts them with updates on grants and city programs and more.  If you are interested in becoming a Clean Neighborhood Steward, please contact our chair at myrna@alleghenycleanways.org.

Together for a Cleaner Pittsburgh

In 2016, Shannon Chavez Productions created a video for the Clean Pittsburgh Commission’s 10th anniversary – Together for a Cleaner Pittsburgh.

The video, which highlights CPC members, neighborhood volunteers, and City employees who focus on clean-up efforts, debuted at our 2017 Meet N Greet.

Meetings

  • Second Thursday of every month, 9:30 am.

Current Members

Myrna Newman, Allegheny CleanWays, Chair
Alicia Carberry, Office of the Mayor, Co-Chair
Omoye Aikhuele, Bureau of Environmental Services
Anna Archer, Grounded
Patty Chavez, Department of Mobility and Infrastructure
Erika Deyarmin-Young, Waste Management, Secretary
Aftyn Giles, Office of Sustainability and Resilience
Lori Beth Jones, Community Representative
Ted Lohner, Pittsburgh Public Schools
Rachel Nawrocki, Community Representative
Erika Ninos, University of Pittsburgh
Cindi Pendleton, Community Representative
Melissa Rosenfeld, Department of Public Works
Sarah Alessio Shea, Pennsylvania Resources Council, Treasurer
Officer Alfonso Sloan, City of Pittsburgh Police Department
Sally Stadelman, Department of Permits, Licenses, and Inspections
Justin Stockdale, Pennsylvania Resources Council