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Milling and Paving Resume MondayWest Ohio Street Bridge Re-Opens Traffic Closures and Restrictions for Allegheny Circle Phase 2Police to Open Zone 3 Substation in South Side to Promote Community SafetyCity Pension Fund Hits Milestone at Nearly 72% FundedCity to Free Up Public Safety Facilities for Community Redevelopment Through Lease of Steamfitters Local Union 449 BuildingPittsburgh Continues to Receive Strong Credit Ratings Due to Financial PracticesDOMI Receives Over $560,000 for Street Safety Improvement ProjectsMayor William Peduto Issues Statement on Congressman Mike Doyle's AnnouncementCity Financial Practices Create Fiscal ResilienceMilling and Paving Resume MondayTraffic Calming Installation Coming to East Hills Drive and Wilner DriveCity Seeking Local Landcare Businesses to Manage City-Owned Properties to Remediate Neighborhood BlightPittsburgh Awarded Three Low-Income Housing Tax Credits to Bring Over 112 Affordable Housing Units to Allentown, Fairywood and Hill DistrictURA Awards Seven Neighborhood Initiative Fund Projects for Community-Driven ProjectsURA to Sell Beechview Property to Casa San Jose for a Community Revitalization Project to Serve Residents2021 City of Pittsburgh Halloween Trick-or-Treating Times AnnouncedSalem's Market Selected to Open a Grocery Store in Hill District's Centre Heldman PlazaURA Closes on $500,000 Loan to Help Bring Music Back to James Street in East Allegheny NeighborhoodDirector of Parks and Recreation to Leave City to Join Pittsburgh Parks ConservancyMilling and Paving Resume MondayOffice of Community Health and Safety Expands Team to Enhance Efforts on Social Work, Community Engagement and Law Enforcement Assisted DiversionCity Receives $90,000 USDA Grant to Pilot Community Composting ProjectsWestinghouse Park Becomes Nationally Recognized Certified ArboretumPartial Closure of Bausman Street for Traffic Calming InstallationCity Announces Upcoming Neighborhood Electronic and Household Hazardous Waste Collection EventsCity of Pittsburgh Proposes Purchase of West End Senior Center PropertyOpportunity for Local Startups to Pilot Solutions for Local Government Open with PGH Lab 7.0Milling and Paving Resume TodayMayor Peduto Submits Preliminary 2022 City BudgetsCity Rewires Entire City-County Building and Upgrades WiFi Connectivity with 1,000 Times Faster SpeedsCity Seeking Licensed Partner to Produce City Merchandise Mossfield Street Closures on Saturday for Tree MaintenanceCity Submitting State Grant Applications for Three Critical Mobility ProjectsRegistration is Open for Steel City World Cup, Celebrating Our Local Global CommunityMilling and Paving Resume MondayFour Mayor's Office Staff Announce Departures for New PositionsCity Releases Ambitious Long Range Mobility Vision Plan for the Next 50 Years of TransportationApplications Open for City Youth Sports Grant ProgramCitiparks Distributes 1 Million Free Meals to Eligible Children and Seniors Since Start of PandemicCommunity Meeting on Sustainable Solar Farm in Swisshelm Park to be Held on September 28City Partners with Kiwibot to Pilot Free Delivery of Food, Medicine and Books by Delivery RobotChild Care Quality Fund Grants Over $387,250 for Improvements to Local Child Care FacilitiesCity Seeking Fourth of July Fireworks SponsorsOver $7.1 Million Added to the Greater Hill District Neighborhood Reinvestment Fund for Community Investments in the Middle and Upper Hill DistrictWebster Avenue/Bigelow Boulevard Nightly Closures Starting Next Week for I-579 CAP ProjectPittsburgh Becomes 12th Certified Welcoming Place for Immigrant, Refugee and New Americans in the United StatesMilling and Paving Resume MondayDirector of Mobility and Infrastructure to Leave for Role in Biden AdministrationDirector of Mobility and Infrastructure to Leave for Role in Biden AdministrationBeechwood Boulevard Traffic Calming Project to Start MondayCity of Pittsburgh Announces Environmental Insights Explorer Partnership with Google for Climate Change Mitigation DataDOMI to Host Public Meeting on Strip District Liberty Avenue Safety Improvement Project Next WeekCity Receives $433,000 National Grant for Community-Led Greenway ImprovementPeduto Administration Proposes Multimodal-Focused Changes for Restaurants and Drive-Through UsesCity's Fifth Annual Garbage Olympics Recruiting Volunteers from Over Half of Pittsburgh's NeighborhoodsMilling and Paving Resume MondayWelcoming Pittsburgh Celebrates Welcoming Week September 10-19, 2021City Launches OneTaxPGH Online Tax Management PlatformCity Council to Consider Mayor Peduto's Groundbreaking Assured Cash Experiment (Ace) PGH Initiative to Address Poverty and InequityDOMI Announces Saw and Seal Street Work for Next WeekCarnegie Mellon University Partners with City to Fund Four Mile Run Playground and Lewis Playground ImprovementsMilling and Paving Resume TuesdayCity Offices Closed, Refuse Collection Suspended Monday, September 6 in Observance of Labor DayBrule Street Overnight ClosuresCity of Pittsburgh Prepares for Excessive Rain Today and WednesdayMayor Peduto Signs Executive Order Related to Fentanyl Test Strips for Overdose Prevention on Overdose Awareness DayMilling and Paving Resume MondayShady Avenue Traffic Calming Speed Hump InstallationCity Hiring for Jobs Restored by American Rescue Plan FundingCity to Join Three Rivers Business Alliance for First Diversity Supplier Orientation for LGBTQIA+-Owned BusinessesDPW Forestry and Shade Tree Commission Introduce Citywide Significant Tree RegistryPolice to Launch Cold Case Project with Grant from Department of JusticeCity Receives Over $113,000 to Invest in Electric Bikes for Police Bicycle UnitMayor Peduto Introduces First-in-the-Nation Dark Sky Lighting Legislation for Energy and Environmental SustainabilityCity Partners with Cordico and JCC to Develop Health and Wellness App for Public Safety PersonnelCity to Expand Electric Vehicle Fleet with 36 New Electric VehiclesCity Announces Goals on Littering and Dumping (GOLD) PlanCity Announces Agreement with Crown Castle for Unified Fiber Connectivity Network for City FacilitiesCity Proposes Adding Over 85 Streets to 2021 Paving ScheduleRoad Closures for CAP Project WorkCity Announces 28th Street Bridge Lane RestrictionsMilling and Paving to Resume MondayCity Announces 28th Street Bridge Lane RestrictionsWelcoming Pittsburgh and the All for All Coalition Receive $30,000 Grant to Connect Public-Nonprofit Services for Immigrant and Refugee CommunitiesCity Launches New and Improved Website for City Parks and TrailsInstallation of Speed Humps on California Avenue Next WeekOffice of Community Health and Safety Launches New WebsiteBlue Recycling Bin Distribution Phase 3 to Begin August 17URA Seeking Proposals to Develop Community Plans for Chartiers and Perrysville Business Districts in Avenues of Hope CorridorsCity Purchases 14 Additional Street, Parks and Snow Maintenance VehiclesURA Announces $24 Million in New Community Investment in Avenues of Hope CorridorsDeputy Chief of Staff and Chief Equity Officer Announces Departure from City Government Next MonthCity of Pittsburgh Seeks Artists for Public Art Opportunity in Homewood ParkCity Announces Masking Guidance for Employees and City FacilitiesFive-Way Intersection in Friendship to Close this Weekend for Community Asphalt Art InstallationMilling and Paving to Resume MondayDetails of the proposed ARP funding allocationDepartment of Energy Awards $3.8 Million Grant to Develop Zero Emissions Curbside Management Model to Benefit Businesses and Environment in PittsburghCity of Pittsburgh Dolly Parton Imagination Library Sends 75,000th Free Book to Pittsburgh ChildrenFull Closure of Rialto Street Starting Monday, August 2Milling and Paving to Resume MondayPartial Closures of Three Rivers Heritage Trail on North Side on Friday, July 30Fall 2021 Civic Leadership Academy Applications Open and Available in SpanishCity Awards 26 Love Your Block Community GrantsCity of Pittsburgh Releases Finalized Neighborhood Plan GuideCity of Pittsburgh Offering Swimming Vouchers for Dormont PoolCity of Pittsburgh and City of Dortmund, Germany Selected for International Urban and Regional Cooperation Sustainable Agriculture ProgramPWSA Receives Nearly $24 Million State Wastewater Infrastructure Low-Interest Loan for Sewer Line RepairsMilling and Paving Resume MondayMayor Peduto Signs Executive Order Calling for City Youth Bullying Prevention PolicyCity Installs Safe Connector Path for Pedestrians and Bicyclists in LawrencevilleMilling and Paving to Resume MondayWebster Avenue Lane Closure Beginning MondayPittsburgh Financial Empower Centers Help Over 1,000 People Save Money and Reduce DebtFour Senior Centers to Re-Open with Modified Hours Next WeekFifth Avenue Downtown Closures AnnouncedCity Accelerator Initiative Receives 2021 HUD Secretary's Award for Public-Private PartnershipsCity Seeking Historic Restoration Specialty Contractors for Neill Log House in Schenley ParkCity, Pittsburgh Housing Development Corporation and Partners Showcase Affordable Housing Development Projects in the Upper Hill District NeighborhoodMayor Peduto Joins Global Leaders for Climate ChangeStreet Closures for Allegheny Circle Phase 2 ConstructionPittsburgh Police and Office of Community Health and Safety Selected to Develop Crisis Response and Intervention Team Co-Response ModelCity Receives Additional $7 Million for COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance ProgramRecycling Collection to Resume SundayMilling and Paving to Resume MondayPittsburgh Launches Innovative Mobility and Equity Initiatives Move PGH and Universal Basic MobilityWeekend Closure of the McKinley Park Recycling Drop-Off CenterGovernor Wolf Awards City Nearly $400,000 for Traffic Signal Improvement ProjectsRialto Street to Close to Vehicular Traffic for Installation of Lowrie Street Steps Starting Monday16 Organizations Awarded City Grants for Community-Based Violence Prevention and Intervention InitiativesCity of Pittsburgh Receives Grant to Support Civil Rights Historical Research in ManchesterOffice of Community Health and Safety Receives Grant for Neighborhood Health and Safety Academy PilotMilling and Paving to Resume Tuesday16 Local Minority Food-Based Entrepreneurs Selected for First Catapult Culinary Business Incubator ProgramFull Closures at Wood Street and Oliver for Crosswalk RepairCity of Pittsburgh Selects Art in Parks Expansion Project CoordinatorCity and Partners Launch Childcare Quality Fund to Support Childcare FacilitiesCity Announces Four Neighborhood Electronic and Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events This SummerCity Offices Closed and Refuse Collection Suspended Monday July, 5 in Observance of Independence DayCity Creates Grant Program to Support Community Youth Sports ProgramsMayor Peduto Joins Robotics and Technology Leaders to Celebrate Region's SuccessesMayor Peduto Announces City Spending Plan for $335 in Federal Relief FundingMilling and Paving Resume MondayCity of Pittsburgh Launches Community Engagement Website for Condemned StructuresCity of Pittsburgh to Host Independence Day Celebration and Fireworks at Point State ParkCity Announces Summer Special Event and Recreation Activities UpdateCity Secures Former Veterans Administration SiteMilling and Paving to Resume MondayURA to Launch CRiB in Partnership with PNC FoundationURA and FNB Partner to Provide $1 Million to Support Avenues of Hope Small Contractor ProgramPittsburgh Joins Six Midsize Cities in National Effort to Advance Opportunity and Equity Through Housing PolicyOporto Street Complete ClosureCity of Pittsburgh Announces Plans for City Staff to Return to Downtown OfficesCity and URA Announce Neighborhood Initiatives Fund Program Round 3 with Focus on Avenues of Hope CorridorsShotSpotter Data Shows the Technology Has Saved LivesCity Facilities to Close but Garbage Collection to Continue on Juneteenth HolidayMilling and Paving to Resume MondayPittsburgh Financial Empowerment Center Wins Grant for Eviction Prevention EffortsMossfield Street to Close Saturday for Hillside MaintenanceMilling and Paving Resume MondayWorld Square Returns to Downtown Celebrating Pittsburgh's International and Immigrant CommunitiesLocal Food Policy Collaboration Launches Pittsburgh's First Food Equity Ambassador ProgramWelcoming Pittsburgh and Partners Host Call for Safe, Stable Housing for Refugee ResettlementDepartment of Mobility & Infrastructure Announces Traffic Safety Haiku ContestCity Releases Citywide Pedestrian Safety Action PlanConstruction Begins on Reynolds Street NeighborwayMilling and Paving to Resume Tuesday, Environmental Services Strip District Drop-Off Services Closed Until Thursday for Paving WorkMayor Peduto Joining Lawrenceville Community for Centennial Celebration of Doughboy StatueCity Announces Plans to Open Swimming Pools, Calls for More LifeguardsCity Seeking to Convert Streetlights to Energy-Saving LEDCity Offices Closed and Refuse Collection Suspended in Observance of Memorial DayMcArdle Roadway in Mount Washington To Close for Two Weeks For Bridge MaintenanceCity of Pittsburgh Safe Routes to School Program Announces Youth Bike Safety Day on June 12Pittsburgh Announces Artists Selected for 2021 Art in Parks ProgramREAL ESTATE 2ND INSTALLMENT BILL - DUE AUGUST 2Dr. Sheila Roth Joins City of Pittsburgh Office of Community Health and Safety as Continuum of support Program ManagerMayor Peduto Announces City To Host Traditional July 4 Fireworks at Point State ParkPittsburgh Wins State Environmental Grant for New Electric Vehicles, Including First Electric Bucket TruckCity of Pittsburgh Gathering Community Input on 2022 Capital and Operating BudgetsSTOP THE VIOLENCE NEWSLETTER - NEWS & UPDATESURA Announces Free Housing Legal Services for City of Pittsburgh Renters and HomeownersMilling and Paving Resume MondayAllegheny Circle Phase 2 Construction Sequence UpdatePartial Closure of Fort Duquesne Boulevard AnnouncedWenzell Avenue at Carnahan Road Reopens with Upgrades and ImprovementsNew Police Bureau Website Tracks Implementation of Recommendations by Mayor Peduto's Community Task Force on Police ReformCity and URA Announce Opening of $6.5 Million Liberty Green Community Park in LarimerCity of Pittsburgh Celebrates Arbor Day and First City Park ArboretumMayor William Peduto Announces Historic Investments in OnePGH PlanCity Launching Abandoned Vehicle BlitzCity Celebrates the Rebuilding and Reopening of the Lowrie Street Bridge in Troy HillMayor Peduto Issues Executive Order Committing Pittsburgh to Be Carbon Neutral by 2050Mayor Peduto Urges More Federal Support for Urban ForestsStatement by Mayor William Peduto on Guilty Verdict in the Murder of George FloydCitiparks Launches Spring Outdoor Recreation Opportunities for YouthSemicir Street Reopens After $1.18 Million Stabilization ProjectPittsburgh Releases Public EV Charging Strategic Plan for City FacilitiesCommunity Asked for Input on Homewood Field and ParkAllegheny Circle Two Way Conversion Project Begins MondayYear Up Program to Offer Housing Authority Residents 6 Month Technical and Professional Skills Training, Followed by 6 Month Professional InternshipCity and Teamsters Reach Agreement on New 5 Year Contract for Environmental Services and Animal Control EmployeesSpring Yard Debris Collection Set For April 24City Launches Spring Pothole BlitzCity Releases 2021 Citywide Street Paving ListCity now accepting applications for the 2021 CDBG Programs: Public Service and Neighborhood Economic Development grants.Governor Wolf Awards Funding to Big Tom's Barbershop in the Hill DistrictPittsburgh Files Brief in Support of Philadelphia Challenge of State Gun Preemption LawsPittsburgh Land Bank Announces New LeadershipCity Breaks Ground for New State-of-the-Art DPW 4th Division FacilityStreet Sweeping to Resume Without Parking EnforcementCity Offices Closed But Refuse Collection to Continue on Good FridayMayor Peduto Joins Habitat Pittsburgh for Veterans Homeownership Initiative Ribbon CuttingCity of Pittsburgh to Revamp Recruitment of Minority and Women FirefightersDOMI Announces Closure of Mountain Avenue for Accessibility and Pedestrian ImprovementsInfrastructure Improvements Coming to Obey StreetDOMI Announces Walnut Street Lighting ProjectCity Launches OurFuturePGH Website for Youth and FamiliesPittsburgh Police Win State Grant to Support Youth Outreach ProgramPittsburgh Financial Empowerment Center Saves Clients Millions in Savings and DebtSustainability and Resilience Division Details 2020 SuccessesCandlelight Vigil Sunday Night Remembering Atlanta VictimsOvernight Herron Avenue Closures Next WeekCity of Pittsburgh Extends Income Tax Filing Deadline to May 17, 2021City of Pittsburgh to Launch Phase 2 of Blue Recycling Bin Distribution in MayAward Winning Rec2Tech Program Expanding Offerings to Pittsburgh YouthMayor Peduto Joins Support for Citizenship through American Dream and Promise ActFriendship Community Group Seeks Artist for Asphalt Art ProjectCitiparks Distributes Half-Million Meals Since Start of PandemicURA Board Approves Sale of Centre Avenue Site For Relocation and Expansion of Big Tom's BarbershopMayor Peduto and URA Launch Affordable Home Ownership and Neighborhood Blight-Fighting InitiativeURA Initiatives in Crawford Roberts and Hazelwood to Support Neighborhood Stability and Home OwnershipBeltzhoover Consensus Group Requesting Proposals for Former Beltzhoover Elementary SchoolThe City of Pittsburgh Migrates to Google CloudWelcoming Pittsburgh Releases 2020 Annual ReportMayor Peduto's Shade Tree Commission Introduce Equitable Street Tree Investment StrategySenator Fontana Partners with Mayor Peduto on Bill to Empower Pittsburgh Blight-Fighting ToolCity of Pittsburgh and Clearway Community Energy Announce Plans to Partner on District EnergyCity Investing $800,000 in Public Art This Year, Will Be Seeking Artists for 18 Projects CitywideThe Hazelwood Greenway Stewardship Group Partners with the City of Pittsburgh to Receive $50,000 Grant from Trust for Public LandDespite Global Pandemic, Bond Rating Agencies Reaffirm City's Credit RatingMayor Peduto to Represent Pittsburgh on World Stage as United States Rejoins Paris Climate AgreementCity Prepares for Latest Snow and Ice StormReal Estate Checks Being Processed Despite DelaysCivic Leadership Academy Applications Open for Spring 2021 ClassCity and URA Advance Affordable Housing in North Side and Squirrel HillPortion of East Carson and 11th Streets Remain Closed for Building DemolitionStatement by Mayor William Peduto on Passing of Former IAFF President Joseph KingCity, URA & Bakery Square Development to Invest Millions in Affordable Housing and Workforce Development in LarimerMayor Peduto Asks Governor Wolf to Immediately Vaccinate School TeachersMayor Peduto Makes Appointments to City's First-Ever LGBTQIA+ CommissionOffice of Community Health and Safety Selected for National League of Cities Community Health CohortCity to Host Health Care Education SessionsCity and County to Establish $36 Million COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance ProgramCity to Partner with FUSE Corps on Police-Community Relations, Workforce Development and Adult Diversion ProgramsMayor Peduto Joins Hill District Community in Opening CommuniTEA CafePeduto Administration Legislation Makes Juneteenth a City HolidayStatement by Mayor William Peduto on Passing of Patricia RooneyCity Prepares for Expected Snow and Ice StormPittsburgh Police Giving Recruits Cutting-Edge New Training on HomelessnessMayor Peduto and City Council Approve Resolution Condemning Domestic Terror and Attack on U.S. CapitolStatement by Mayor William Peduto on White House Executive OrdersPittsburgh Joins Legal Fight Against Trump Cuts to Emissions StandardsMayor Peduto Joins Bipartisan Call for Pandemic and Local Government ReliefCourt Upholds Peduto Campaign Finance LawPeduto Administration Proposes Zoning Changes to Reduce Sidewalk Curb CutsWall Work Begins on Henderson Street in Central NorthsideStatement by Mayor William Peduto on Passing of Joanne RogersCity Offices Closed and Refuse Collection Suspended in Observance of MLK Jr. DayCity Announces Sixth PGH Lab CohortWelcoming Pittsburgh and URA Complete National Welcoming Economies Pilot ProgramFull Closure of Boundary Street to Begin MondayPittsburgh Selected for Reforestation Hubs InitiativeCity Announces Updates to Snow OperationsCity of Pittsburgh Receives $7.5 Million in State Redevelopment GrantsRefuse and Recycling Delays Today for Some NeighborhoodsCity Announces Christmas and New Year's Closures and Refuse Collection ChangesGAP to the Point Bicycle Connection Recognized NationallyDOMI Awarded $100,000 Grant to Implement Curbside Parking PilotStatement by Mayor William Peduto on Congressional COVID Relief PackageCity Partners with Cultural Humility & Equity Collaborative for Public Safety Cultural Competency TrainingCity of Bridges Awarded $750,000 Grant for Community Affordable Housing Development in Polish HillPittsburgh Receives First Place Award in U.S. Conference of Mayors Climate Protection AwardsRefuse and Recycling Collection Delays in Some NeighborhoodsUpdate on Ongoing Snow Removal and Public Works OperationsMayor William Peduto Provides Support for Federal Ghost Gun RegulationHUD Awards $450,000 Planning Grant for Community Choice Development Planning in Allegheny DwellingsCity Snow Removal Preparations UnderwayCity Receives State Grant for Electric Vehicle Fleet ChargersCity Receives $10 Million Federal Grant to Preserve Mount Washington HillsidesStatement by Mayor William Peduto on Aurora Innovation Acquisition of Uber Self-Driving UnitCity of Pittsburgh Receives Score of 100 in Municipal Equality Index for Fourth YearCity Updates COVID-19 Safety and Service Delivery EffortsSnow Operations UpdateCity of Pittsburgh Prepares for Snowfall OperationsCity Opens New Washington Boulevard TrailRecycling Still Impacted in East EndCity of Pittsburgh Releases First Voluntary Local Review of the United Nations Sustainable Development GoalsLove Your Block Program Awards Mini-Grants to 26 Neighborhood Community OrganizationsRecycling Impacted Today in East EndMcArdle Roadway in Mount Washington to Close Tuesday and Wednesday Mornings for MaintenanceMayor Peduto Proposes COVID-19 Sick LeaveCity Offices to Close for Thanksgiving Weekend, Refuse Collection Pushed Back One DayOMB Improves Contracting Procedures for Local Businesses Owned by Women and People of ColorMayor Peduto, Councilman Lavelle and BPG Announce Historic Partnerships in the Hill District and BPG Expansion to PittsburghMayor Peduto Announces Pittsburgh Women's Pay Equity Month with New Report and Partnerships for Workforce EquityMayor Peduto and United WE's Appointments Project Partner to Increase Representation of Women on Pittsburgh Civic BoardsPublic Works Director Mike Gable Announces RetirementCity Releases Data on Hiring Diversity105th Pittsburgh Christmas Tree Lighting To Be Virtually Streamed This FridayMayor William Peduto Announces Marshall Plan for Middle AmericaCity of Pittsburgh Signs Partnership/Sister Cities Agreement with City of GlasgowCity Earmarks $1.8 Million to Address Riverview Park Landslide ConditionsPeduto Administration Introduces $3 Million in New COVID-19 Aid For City ResidentsCity Offices Closed Wednesday, November 11, Refuse and Recycling Collection to ContinueVideo: Mayor William Peduto's State of the City Budget Address on November 9, 2020Mayor William Peduto Proposes 2021 Operating and Capital BudgetsMilling and Paving Resumes MondayPittsburgh to Join Baltimore City and Digital Harbor Foundation to Address Digital Divide Through an Innovative Rec-to-Tech PCity Accepting Applications for Snow Angels ProgramItin Street to Close for Step ReplacementPublic Works and Clean Pittsburgh Commission Offer Campaign Sign RecyclingCity, URA, and Housing Authority Host Walking Tour of Larimer Choice Neighborhoods Homeowner Assistance Program HomesCity Supporting Voting EffortsReminder: Fall Yard Waste Collection Day is Saturday, November 14, 2020City Launches Health, Safety and Violence Prevention InitiativeCity and PWSA Seeking Proposals for Innovative Citywide Stormwater Management Master PlanDOMI Unveils New Downtown Bike FacilitiesMayor Peduto Calls for Moment of Silence and Reflection TuesdayCity Announces Blue Recycling Bins Coming This FallI&P Director Santiago Garces to Take New Opportunity in South BendCity to Receive Nearly 500,000 Masks from Ford Motor CompanyCity 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 of Pittsburgh Releases 2020 Feed Pittsburgh ReportCity Opens New Monitor to Forward TrailStatement by Mayor William Peduto on Report by Community Taskforce for Police ReformTaking 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 DistrictsPortion of Wenzell Avenue to Close Until DecemberCity Dispatching New DPW Crews to Neighborhood Business DistrictsCitiparks Serves More Than a Quarter Million Meals During PandemicGreenfield Bridge Opens Ahead of ScheduleDOMI Announces Mon-Oakland Mobility Project Public Engagement OpportunitiesCity Announces Three Neighborhood Hard-to-Recycle Materials Collection Events this FallMayor Recommends Removal of Schenley Park Columbus Statue10th Street Reopens After Months of Repairs Due to SinkholeHighland Park Reservoir Path to Close for ResurfacingCity Receives Funding for Diesel Exhaust Systems at Medic StationsMayor Peduto Addressing International Forum on Green BuildingsCity 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 OlympicsCity Wins Grant for Fowler Park in Perry SouthCitiparks to Offer KidSMART Club @ Home ProgramCity, 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 SchoolMcFarren Street Bridge Reopens after Clean Construction UpgradeGreenfield Bridge to Close for MaintenanceCity Wins State Grant for Upgrades to Historic Oliver Bath HouseCitiparks, United Way and Eat'n Park to Distribute 500 Family MealsCity of Pittsburgh Residents Invited to Provide Input on the 2021 Operating Budget35 Neighborhood Teams Recruiting Volunteers to Pick Up Litter for City's Fourth Annual Garbage OlympicsPittsburgh 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 DelayedRefuse and recycling crews will be operating one day behind due to the Labor Day holiday. ForgingPGH - City Planning Announces Comprehensive Planning ProcessSemicir Street to Close September 14 for Landslide WorkPittsburgh Joins Fight Against Trump Administration Attempts to Reduce Census EffortsPittsburgh Joins Fight Against Trump Administration Attempts to Reduce Census EffortsPittsburgh to Join Nationwide Food Waste InitiativeCity Food Distribution to Children to Continue During Schools DelayMayor William Peduto Makes Juneteenth a City HolidayCity Serves 150,000 Meals So Far During Pandemic, with Service Continuing at Start of New School YearSpeed Humps to be Re-installed on Gold Way in Polish HillMilling and Paving Resumes MondayCity 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 ProtestsClean Pittsburgh Commission Launches Pick Up PGH Project, Seeks Proposals for Paid Litter Clean-UpsForward Avenue and Commercial Street Reopen After Landslide RepairsStatement by Mayor William Peduto on Arrest at Oakland ProtestList Street Landslide Remediation ContinuesMilling and Paving Resumes MondayPittsburgh Awarded Record Number of Low-Income Tax Credits, Bringing More Affordable Housing to the CityCity Launches Engage PGH Online Portal for Community EngagementPittsburgh Gun Violence Prevention Programs Awarded Funding from the Everytown for Gun Safety Support FundURA and Center that CARES Propose Cafe and Learning Space in Hill DistrictMayor William Peduto, City Council President Kail Smith and URA to Invest $626,000 in District 2Pittsburgh Police to Deliver Fresh Produce to Senior Centers CitywidePittsburgh Police to Deliver Fresh Produce to Senior Centers CitywideURA 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 MondayStatement by Mayor William Peduto on Anniversary of Americans with Disabilities ActEquity Action In PittsburghMilling and Paving Resumes MondayPWSA Continues Industry-Leading Lead Line Replacement ProgramHighland Park Microfiltration Plant to Reopen This Week, Providing Further Safe Drinking Water to the CityCity to Implement Pre-Arrest Diversion Program for Low-Level CrimesCity 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 of Pittsburgh Joins Legal Fight Against Trump Plan to Suspend Student VisasCity and County Offering Rental AssistanceStatement by Mayor William Peduto on International Student StatusCity Chooses Design Consultant for Renovation of Homewood Park and Stargell FieldMilling and Paving Resumes MondayCity Updates Meal Distribution Numbers for Children and SeniorsPittsburgh 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 MondayStatement by Mayor William Peduto on July 4 Holiday and Surge in COVID-19 CasesMayor Peduto Named Co-Chair of US Conference of Mayors Committee on Eliminating PovertyMayor 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 ContinueNew Road Salt Methods Saved Pittsburgh $1 Million Last WinterCity Receives $161,000 in State Grants for Healthy Active Living Center UpdatesMayor Peduto Names Andrew Dash Director of City PlanningPermanent Speed Humps Being Installed on Grandview AvenuePermanent Speed Humps Being Installed on Grandview AvenueWelcoming Pittsburgh Secures $500,000 Grant for COVID-19 Cash Assistance Program to Serve Vulnerable Immigrant CommunitiesCity Updates Meal Distribution Numbers for Children and SeniorsMilling and Paving Coming to Council District 2Mayor Peduto Names Andrew Dash Director of City PlanningMossfield 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 ImplementationMayor William Peduto's Response To 12 Collective DemandsCity 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 EmployeesMilling and Paving Continuing Across Pittsburgh Next WeekMayor Peduto Calls for Transparency in Release of Police Body-Worn Camera FootageCity Updates Meal Distribution Numbers for Children and SeniorsPeduto Administration To Create LGBTQIA+ CommissionWest Ohio Street Bridge Reconstruction Project To BeginCity Welcomes Completed Kelly Hamilton Homes to HomewoodMayor Peduto Names Community Task Force on Police ReformCity of Pittsburgh Dolly Parton Imagination Library Receives $68,000 in Grant Funding and Sends 30,000th BookMayor Peduto Names Sarah Kinter Director of PLIURA's Down Payment and Closing Cost Assistance Program Helping to Make Homeownership a RealityCity Announces Plans for an Office of Community Health and SafetyMilling and Paving Coming to Districts 1 and 6Sheraden Park Master Plan Completed, Implementation Set to Begin This YearCity Updates Meal Distribution Numbers for Children and SeniorsCity to Expand Food Distribution to Children and Seniors Next WeekStatement by Mayor William Peduto on George Floyd and Black Lives MatterMcClure Avenue in Woods Run ClosedCitiparks Offers Six Week Take Home Literacy and Math CampHighland Park Reservoir Loop Converted to Vehicle-Free SpaceHomewood Comprehensive Community Plan Adopted by Planning CommissionDepartment of Public Works to Use Sustainable Landscaping in Some City ParksPittsburgh Among Top 20 Best Cities for BicyclingPlaygrounds 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 GeneralCity Parks Upgraded in National StudyStatement by Mayor William Peduto on URA Meeting on Lower Hill DevelopmentCity Planning Virtual Board and Commission Meetings Begin in JunePortion of Eliza Furnace Trail Closed for Tree Work May 19 - 20, 2020City of Pittsburgh Offers More Online Permitting OptionsSwinburne 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 and Partners Distribute More than 33,000 Meals Since Start of PandemicStreet Paving and Milling Resumes MondayCity Announces Changes to Summer Activities During COVID-19 PandemicStatement from Mayor William Peduto on Lower Hill DevelopmentCity Launches Online Housing Assistance Resource Portal (HARP) for Housing NeedsCity of Pittsburgh Updates Budget Impacts from PandemicSwindell Bridge Traffic Restrictions In PlacePLI Continues to Issue Construction Permits During PandemicPennsylvania 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 Releases Latest Food Distribution TotalsCity of Pittsburgh Analyzing Summertime ActivitiesOutdoor Work by City Personnel to Resume FridayMayor Peduto Calls for Online SNAP Purchasing Options Due to COVID-19 PandemicCity of Pittsburgh Announces Gardening Guidelines for Community Gardens and Adopt-A-Lot Sites During COVID-19Mayor William Peduto Announces COVID-19 Funding for Residents and Small BusinessesCity Issues Guidance in Advance of Construction Activity Resuming FridayLatest City of Pittsburgh Food Distribution DataLandslide Remediation to Resume in Swisshelm Park and AllentownCANCELLATION 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 CentennialWaterfront Place in the Strip District to Close January 2City Expands Christmas Tree Recycling Program Guidelines 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 Launching Community Planning Process for OaklandPittsburgh and Danish City of Aarhus Sign Clean Energy AgreementCity Working on Upgrades to Mount Washington Sidewalks and LandscapingMayor Peduto Proposes Expansion of Blue Recycling Bin DistributionCity 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 WebsiteOvernight Lane Restrictions on Parkway East Begin Monday NightUPDATE: Grant Street Closures Remain While Work on Frick Building ContinuesGrant Street Closed for Frick Building Repairs Planned Bike Lane Installation in North Oakland To Begin TuesdayMayor William Peduto Issues Executive Order Committing City to Paris Climate Accords