Event attendees had the opportunity to share what they want to see in the park space and what they feel the neighborhood needs, and participated in a community survey about Sheraden Park.
Three potential ideas for Sheraden Park were displayed and event attendees commented on the pieces they liked and disliked, and how park amenities could improve Sheraden Park.
- Scheme A:
- Scheme B:
- Scheme C:
- Draft phasing and programming of the Master Plan.
- Amenities included in the draft plan:
The final Sheraden Park Master Plan (view as a photo map here) was shown to the community along with phasing of implementation. Event attendees had the opportunity to sign up to get involved with park clean up and construction.
- Sheraden Park Creek
- Core Amenities of Sheraden Park
- Community Involvement Strategies
- Phasing of implementation:
- The City of Pittsburgh + Advisory Committee
- Studio Bryan Hanes — Prime Consultant (landscape architecture/planning)
- Brean Associates — Sub-consultant (community outreach)
- Sci-Tek Consultants, Inc. — Sub-consultant (stormwater/civil engineering)
The Advisory Committee is a group of stakeholders (internal and external) whose role is to advise the Project Manager and consultants throughout the Master Plan development. The members were selected based on their connection to the Sheraden community and Sheraden Park.
- Councilwoman Theresa Kail-Smith’s Office
- Department of City Planning
- Department of Public Works
- Office of the Mayor
- Office of Management and Budget
- Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority
- Allegheny County Sanitary Authority
- Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy
- Sheraden Community Council
- McKees Rocks Community Development Corporation
- Sheraden Baseball
- Sheraden Kiwanis Club
- American Legion
- Sheraden Business Owners
- Sheraden Residents
View the Steering Committee Kick-Off Presentation to learn more about the committee's role in planning and responsibilites to Sheraden.