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DOMI Unveils New Downtown Bike FacilitiesI&P Director Santiago Garces to Take New Opportunity in South BendCity to Receive Nearly 500,000 Masks from Ford Motor CompanyCity Announces Blue Recycling Bins Coming This FallMayor Peduto Calls for Moment of Silence and Reflection TuesdayCity Launches Clean and Lien Team to Address Blighted PropertiesWightman Park Public Art Unveiled in Squirrel HillBedford Hope Center Recognized by HUDCity Announces NetPGH, Seeks Proposals for a Unified Fiber Connectivity Network for City FacilitiesCity Opens New Monitor to Forward TrailStatement by Mayor William Peduto on Report by Community Taskforce for Police ReformCity of Pittsburgh Releases 2020 Feed Pittsburgh ReportTaking Action in a Time of Crisis: the City of Pittsburgh Leads the Way Leveraging Procurement PowerExplanation of the Citizen Police Review Board referendumCity Announces Disability Service Facilitator Program to Improve Compliance and AccessCity and URA Launch Avenues of Hope Initiative to Advance Revitalization of Historically Diverse Business DistrictsCity Dispatching New DPW Crews to Neighborhood Business DistrictsPortion of Wenzell Avenue to Close Until DecemberCitiparks Serves More Than a Quarter Million Meals During PandemicGreenfield Bridge Opens Ahead of ScheduleMayor Recommends Removal of Schenley Park Columbus StatueDOMI Announces Mon-Oakland Mobility Project Public Engagement OpportunitiesCity Announces Three Neighborhood Hard-to-Recycle Materials Collection Events this FallHighland Park Reservoir Path to Close for Resurfacing10th Street Reopens After Months of Repairs Due to SinkholeMayor Peduto Addressing International Forum on Green BuildingsCity Receives Funding for Diesel Exhaust Systems at Medic StationsCity of Pittsburgh Welcomes Halloween Trick-or-Treating with PrecautionsMayor Peduto Submits CROWN Act to City Council to Protect from Hairstyle DiscriminationHousing Assistance Resources PortalCity, Urban Redevelopment Authority Investing $250,000 in Three Hill District Community-Driven ProjectsWinners Announced for the 4th Annual Garbage OlympicsCitiparks to Offer KidSMART Club @ Home ProgramCity Wins Grant for Fowler Park in Perry SouthCity, Urban Redevelopment Authority Investing $100,000 in the Revitalization of Esser's PlazaBuente Street in Spring Hill Reopens After RemediationSafe Routes to School Kicking Off in FallPittsburgh Pension Fund Adopts Sustainable Investment PolicyCity, Urban Redevelopment Authority Investing $72,000 in Community-Driven Project at Former Beltzhoover Elementary SchoolGreenfield Bridge to Close for MaintenanceMcFarren Street Bridge Reopens after Clean Construction UpgradeCity Wins State Grant for Upgrades to Historic Oliver Bath HouseCitiparks, United Way and Eat'n Park to Distribute 500 Family Meals35 Neighborhood Teams Recruiting Volunteers to Pick Up Litter for City's Fourth Annual Garbage OlympicsCity of Pittsburgh Residents Invited to Provide Input on the 2021 Operating BudgetPittsburgh Joins Nationwide Coalition Opposing the Trump Administration's Abuse of U.S. Postal ServiceContract Connections: Bids for PGH Program to Offer Assistance for Small Businesses to Do Business with the CityMilling and Paving Resumes MondayArt Commission Announces Special Hearing and Public Comment Period on Columbus StatueCity Offices and Facilities to Close on Labor Day, Refuse Collection DelayedSemicir Street to Close September 14 for Landslide WorkPittsburgh Joins Fight Against Trump Administration Attempts to Reduce Census EffortsForgingPGH - City Planning Announces Comprehensive Planning ProcessPittsburgh Joins Fight Against Trump Administration Attempts to Reduce Census EffortsRefuse and recycling crews will be operating one day behind due to the Labor Day holiday. Pittsburgh to Join Nationwide Food Waste InitiativeCity Food Distribution to Children to Continue During Schools DelayMayor William Peduto Makes Juneteenth a City HolidaySpeed Humps to be Re-installed on Gold Way in Polish HillMilling and Paving Resumes MondayCity Serves 150,000 Meals So Far During Pandemic, with Service Continuing at Start of New School YearCity to Offer Fertility Coverage to EmployeesUnprecedented Public-Private Partnership Brings Innovative Homeless Shelter to Downtown PittsburghArt Commission to Lead Public Process on Christopher Columbus StatueCity to Allow Allegheny CleanWays Access to City Property to Combat Illegal Dumping and LitteringMilling and Paving Resumes MondayStatement by Mayor William Peduto on Police Interactions with ProtestersStatement by Mayor William Peduto on Tuesday Evening ProtestsForward Avenue and Commercial Street Reopen After Landslide RepairsClean Pittsburgh Commission Launches Pick Up PGH Project, Seeks Proposals for Paid Litter Clean-UpsStatement by Mayor William Peduto on Arrest at Oakland ProtestMilling and Paving Resumes MondayList Street Landslide Remediation ContinuesCity Launches Engage PGH Online Portal for Community EngagementPittsburgh Awarded Record Number of Low-Income Tax Credits, Bringing More Affordable Housing to the CityURA and Center that CARES Propose Cafe and Learning Space in Hill DistrictPittsburgh Gun Violence Prevention Programs Awarded Funding from the Everytown for Gun Safety Support FundPittsburgh Police to Deliver Fresh Produce to Senior Centers CitywidePittsburgh Police to Deliver Fresh Produce to Senior Centers CitywideMayor William Peduto, City Council President Kail Smith and URA to Invest $626,000 in District 2URA Board to Approve Over $4 Million in Affordable Housing FundsMilling and Paving Resumes MondayMayor Peduto Names Douglas Anderson Director of Finance DepartmentCity Reaches Contract Agreement with AFSCME EmployeesCity of Pittsburgh Continues to Enforce Fair Housing, Despite Trump Administration MoveCity of Pittsburgh Awarded Over $4.6 Million in Grants to Date for 2020Milling and Paving Resumes MondayEquity Action In PittsburghStatement by Mayor William Peduto on Anniversary of Americans with Disabilities ActMilling and Paving Resumes MondayPWSA Continues Industry-Leading Lead Line Replacement ProgramCity to Implement Pre-Arrest Diversion Program for Low-Level CrimesHighland Park Microfiltration Plant to Reopen This Week, Providing Further Safe Drinking Water to the CityCity Chooses Design Consultant for Renovation of Homewood Park and Stargell FieldCity of Pittsburgh Joins Legal Fight Against Trump Plan to Suspend Student VisasCity and AHN to Partner on Support for Those Experiencing HomelessnessCity to Join in Anonymous Sharing of Traffic DataCity of Pittsburgh and BOOM Concepts to Create Social Justice Public Art ProgramCity Chooses Design Consultant for Renovation of Homewood Park and Stargell FieldCity Updates Meal Distribution Numbers for Children and SeniorsCity and County Offering Rental AssistanceMilling and Paving Resumes MondayStatement by Mayor William Peduto on International Student StatusPittsburgh Files Legal Responses in Harrisburg Gun Ordinance CaseCity Calls for Proposals for Public Safety Cultural Competency TrainingMellon Park Tennis Bubble to Close24 Local Homeowners Get New Roofs through First Housing Opportunity Fund Roof-A-ThonMilling and Paving Resumes MondayMayor Peduto Named Co-Chair of US Conference of Mayors Committee on Eliminating PovertyStatement by Mayor William Peduto on July 4 Holiday and Surge in COVID-19 CasesMayor Peduto Issues Letter Opposing Trump Administration's Rollback of Protections for Trans and Gender Non-Conforming CommunCity Joins Mayors for Guaranteed Income, a Groundbreaking Initiative of a Dozen Cities to Offer Direct Payments to Those in PPittsburgh Cosponsors US Conference of Mayors Resolution Calling on Cities to Divest from Fossil Fuel IndustriesCity Offices Closed Friday, Garbage Collection to ContinueCity Receives $161,000 in State Grants for Healthy Active Living Center UpdatesNew Road Salt Methods Saved Pittsburgh $1 Million Last WinterMayor Peduto Names Andrew Dash Director of City PlanningPermanent Speed Humps Being Installed on Grandview AvenueMayor Peduto Names Andrew Dash Director of City PlanningCity Updates Meal Distribution Numbers for Children and SeniorsMilling and Paving Coming to Council District 2Welcoming Pittsburgh Secures $500,000 Grant for COVID-19 Cash Assistance Program to Serve Vulnerable Immigrant CommunitiesPermanent Speed Humps Being Installed on Grandview AvenueMossfield Street in Garfield to Close Saturday for Tree MaintenanceFilling the Gap: City Constructs Final Segment Linking Great Allegheny Passage to Point State ParkCity Youth and Education Manager Named to Inaugural National League of Cities Fellows ProgramDepartment of Parks & Recreation Offers Rec2Tech Virtual Coding CampsFinal 10-Year Bike(+) Plan Released and Pittsburgh Moves Toward Rapid ImplementationCity of Pittsburgh Financial Empowerment Center Helps 557 Local Residents Save Over $319K and Reduce Debt by More than $223KCity Reaches Five-Year Accord with Citiparks and Park Ranger EmployeesMayor William Peduto's Response To 12 Collective DemandsMayor Peduto Calls for Transparency in Release of Police Body-Worn Camera FootageMilling and Paving Continuing Across Pittsburgh Next WeekCity Updates Meal Distribution Numbers for Children and SeniorsCity Welcomes Completed Kelly Hamilton Homes to HomewoodPeduto Administration To Create LGBTQIA+ CommissionWest Ohio Street Bridge Reconstruction Project To BeginMayor Peduto Names Community Task Force on Police ReformCity of Pittsburgh Dolly Parton Imagination Library Receives $68,000 in Grant Funding and Sends 30,000th BookURA's Down Payment and Closing Cost Assistance Program Helping to Make Homeownership a RealityMayor Peduto Names Sarah Kinter Director of PLICity Updates Meal Distribution Numbers for Children and SeniorsSheraden Park Master Plan Completed, Implementation Set to Begin This YearMilling and Paving Coming to Districts 1 and 6City Announces Plans for an Office of Community Health and SafetyCity to Expand Food Distribution to Children and Seniors Next WeekMcClure Avenue in Woods Run ClosedStatement by Mayor William Peduto on George Floyd and Black Lives MatterCitiparks Offers Six Week Take Home Literacy and Math CampHighland Park Reservoir Loop Converted to Vehicle-Free SpaceHomewood Comprehensive Community Plan Adopted by Planning CommissionPittsburgh Among Top 20 Best Cities for BicyclingDepartment of Public Works to Use Sustainable Landscaping in Some City ParksPlaygrounds and Other Amenities to Reopen in City ParksMayor William Peduto Releases Police Reform AgendaMayor William Peduto Calls for Full Investigations of East Liberty ProtestsHelp Us Build a Better Pittsburgh – Take the 2021 Capital Budget SurveyAll Businesses Operating in Pittsburgh Required to Post Paid Sick Leave Notice for EmployeesSee the latest regarding the Citywide Curfew in effect today.Mayor William Peduto to Speak to International Session on Post-Pandemic Economic and Climate RecoveryMilling and Paving to Resume After Memorial DayMore Meals Distributed to Children and Seniors This WeekCity of Pittsburgh Commits to Renewable Electricity in All Major FacilitiesCity Files Legal Brief in Support of Eviction Protections by Governor and Attorney GeneralStatement by Mayor William Peduto on URA Meeting on Lower Hill DevelopmentCity Parks Upgraded in National StudyCity of Pittsburgh Offers More Online Permitting OptionsPortion of Eliza Furnace Trail Closed for Tree Work May 19 - 20, 2020City Planning Virtual Board and Commission Meetings Begin in JuneSwinburne Street Reopens After Landslide Remediation and RepavingMayor Peduto Honors Public Works Week in the City of PittsburghParking Meter Enforcement to Resume Wednesday in Downtown PittsburghDOMI Issues Report on Use of Streets and Mobility to Aid Community During PandemicCity Announces Changes to Summer Activities During COVID-19 PandemicCity and Partners Distribute More than 33,000 Meals Since Start of PandemicStreet Paving and Milling Resumes MondayStatement from Mayor William Peduto on Lower Hill DevelopmentCity Launches Online Housing Assistance Resource Portal (HARP) for Housing NeedsCity of Pittsburgh Updates Budget Impacts from PandemicPLI Continues to Issue Construction Permits During PandemicSwindell Bridge Traffic Restrictions In PlacePennsylvania Department of Health Secretary's Public Health Safety Measures for Businesses Permitted to be OpenMayor Peduto and Public Safety Officials Read Bedtime Stories for Young PittsburghersMore Meals Distributed to Children and Seniors This WeekReminder: City of Pittsburgh Milling and Paving Begins MondayMayor Peduto Thanks Public Safety Personnel and Honors EMS Assistant Chief Mark PinchalkCity Street Resurfacing Begins MondayEcoInnovation District Plan Receives National Excellence in Sustainability AwardPittsburgh Urges Appeals Court to Reverse Rulings Blocking Gun Safety OrdinancesREMINDER: Curbside Yard Waste Pickup Rescheduled for Saturday, May 16City of Pittsburgh Analyzing Summertime ActivitiesCity Releases Latest Food Distribution TotalsOutdoor Work by City Personnel to Resume FridayMayor Peduto Calls for Online SNAP Purchasing Options Due to COVID-19 PandemicMayor William Peduto Announces COVID-19 Funding for Residents and Small BusinessesCity of Pittsburgh Announces Gardening Guidelines for Community Gardens and Adopt-A-Lot Sites During COVID-19Landslide Remediation to Resume in Swisshelm Park and AllentownLatest City of Pittsburgh Food Distribution DataCity Issues Guidance in Advance of Construction Activity Resuming FridayCANCELLATION OF TREASURER'S SALE- APRIL 17TH 2020City Announces Operational Changes Due to COVID-19City of Pittsburgh Updates Preventive Measures Regarding COVID-19Pittsburgh St. Patrick's Day Parade Cancelled Due to COVID-19DOMI Introduces Draft Bike(+) Plan and Invites Public ReviewMinutes Matter: City of Pittsburgh and UPMC Announce Partnership to Educate and Empower Community in EmergenciesMayor Peduto Welcomes Latest Lead Testing Results from PWSAPittsburgh's Women's Suffrage CentennialCity Expands Christmas Tree Recycling Program Waterfront Place in the Strip District to Close January 2Guidelines for Administering Pittsburgh City Code Chapter 626, Paid Sick Days Act.Registrations are now open for the Spring 2020 sessions of the Citizen's Police Academy and the Student Police AcademyRefuse and recycling crews will be operating one day behind due to the Christmas holiday.Refuse and recycling crews are operating on a normal collection schedule this weekFall Yard Waste Collection Day is Saturday, November 16, 2019Residents asked to weigh-in on community development needs ahead of receiving federal funds.New Legislation to Bolster Fire Bureau DiversityURA Program Invests $35 Million in 250 Small Businesses CitywidePeduto Administration Legislation Requires New & Renovated City Buildings to be Net-Zero Energy EfficientSpecial Announcement: New electronic waste and household Hazardous waste disposal options available for city residentsThe United States Post Office postmark will be the only proof of timely filing accepted. Internal company post meter stamps are not proof of timely filing. Interest and penalty will be applied to all payments received after their respective due date.City Working on Upgrades to Mount Washington Sidewalks and LandscapingMayor Peduto Proposes Expansion of Blue Recycling Bin DistributionPittsburgh and Danish City of Aarhus Sign Clean Energy AgreementCity Launching Community Planning Process for OaklandCity Receives State Funding for Senior Centers in Brighton Heights, Greenfield and HomewoodMore Than 50 New Affordable Housing Units Coming to East Liberty, Larimer and GarfieldCity Releases Second PIttsburgh Equity Indicators ReportCity Announces Initial 2019 Street Paving ListThe City of Pittsburgh actively takes part in diversity recruitment to identify diverse talent in all areas of employmentCity Launches Financial Empowerment CentersResidents of the City of Pittsburgh are receiving a letter from Vector Security with subject: ALARM PERMIT NOW REQUIRED FOR DISPATCH.Mayor Peduto Issues Transformative Policies for Autonomous Vehicle Testing and DevelopmentPeduto Administration Launches $2 Million Fund for Child Care FacilitiesCITIPARKS OPENS WARMING CENTERS IN ANTICIPATION OF ARCTIC BLASTMayor Peduto Issues Former Mayor Tom Murphy Key to City on 25th Anniversary of InaugurationCity Receives Federal Funding To Reunite Children in Foster Care with FamiliesThe 2nd public meeting about the proposed crossing improvements on Beechwood Blvd will now take place on Wednesday, December 19 from 6:00-7:30 at the Frick Environmental Center.City Prepares for Winter Weather EventSkating Holiday HoursStreet Closures for 40th Running of Richard. S. Caliguiri Great RaceMayor William Peduto's Public Schedule - August 15, 2017City of Pittsburgh Debuts New Website Planned Bike Lane Installation in North Oakland To Begin TuesdayOvernight Lane Restrictions on Parkway East Begin Monday NightUPDATE: Grant Street Closures Remain While Work on Frick Building ContinuesGrant Street Closed for Frick Building RepairsMayor William Peduto Issues Executive Order Committing City to Paris Climate Accords