The City’s neighborhood planning process includes many opportunities for active involvement:
- Steering Committee: A group of 20-30 representatives of a broad range of interests in the community. This group guides the planning process, with members also expected to join Action Teams.
- Action Teams: Topic-focused groups that spend a year developing projects and programs. These groups are open to all interested community members and stakeholders.
- Community Events: Through the planning process, there will be multiple general and topic-based public events such as block parties, workshops and open houses that will allow more casual involvement.
- Online Opportunities: For those unable to make in-person events, the materials will be posted online with ways to provide input.
Previous Community Events and Workshops
To help communities fully engage in the upcoming planning process, the City of Pittsburgh, partner organizations and non-profits organized events to introduce the topics of the neighborhood planning process in a fun and informal environment. This allowed interested stakeholders to learn about topics before the planning work begins, so they can be better informed and more affective advocates for their communities.
|Fifth/Forbes Urban Design Workshop||Thursday, June 27, 2019||Soldiers and Sailors Hall and Museum||Department of City Planning||Event Report|
|Planning Education Series: Move||Thursday, July 25, 2019||Residence Inn, 3341 Forbes Ave||Department of Mobility and Infrastructure, Port Authority of Allegheny County, Pittsburgh Parking Authority, BikePGH||Presentation|
|Planning Education Series: Restore||Tuesday, August 6, 2019||Schenley Visitors Center, 101 Panther Hollow Rd||Pittsburgh Sewer and Water Authority, Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy, Department of City Planning - Environmental Planning||Presentation|
|Planning Education Series: Energize||Wednesday, August 14, 2019||Oakland Career Center, 294 Semple St||Green Building Alliance, Department of City Planning - Sustainability & Resilience||Presentation|
|Planning Education Series: Thrive||Wednesday, August 21, 2019||218 Oakland Ave, 2nd Floor||Urban Redevelopment Authority, Department of City Planning - Divisions of Strategic Planning and Zoning & Development Review||Presentation|