The Office of Community Affairs works to enhance the relationship between the public and local government through addressing resident concerns and advocating on behalf of community needs through working with neighborhoods, community groups and residents across the City of Pittsburgh. We believe that every resident has the right to accessible essential services and an engaged, transparent and accountable local government that represents them.
OCA bridges the gap between the City of Pittsburgh and your community by attending neighborhood community meetings, working directly with residents on their concerns and hosting civic engagement opportunities. Check out our programs and sign up to receive our monthly newsletter with information from all city departments and authorities.
Beginning April 3, 2020, the City-County Building will be lit to recognize Pittsburgh's first responders in the Department of Public Safety. Beginning at sunset, it will rotate through colors representing the Bureau of Police, Bureau of Fire, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services, & healthcare workers across our city.
For questions about the lighting at the City-County Building, please reach out to the Office of the Mayor.
Please check here for the latest alerts on the COVID-19 virus.