The Mayor’s Office of Management and Budget is hosting three virtual public meetings to discuss the 2021 City of Pittsburgh Capital Budget. The meetings are an opportunity for the public to learn how the Capital Budget is created and for the City to collect feedback from the public on what should be included.
Each meeting will have a separate focus on an important set of projects and departments:
Mobility Projects: Department of Mobility and Infrastructure
- Street Resurfacing
- ADA Ramps
- Public Sidewalks
- Slope Failure Remediation
- Flood Control Projects
Thursday, 06.04.20 6pm – 730pm
Community Projects: Department of City Planning ∙ Department of Permits, Licenses, and Inspections ∙ Urban Redevelopment Authority ∙ Office of Management and Budget – Community Development ∙ the Commission on Human Relations
- Sub-recipient grants
- Fair Housing
- Affordable Housing
- Condemned Buildings
- Small Business Development
Monday, 06.08.20 6pm – 730pm
Recreation Projects: Department of Public Works ∙ CitiParks ∙ Department of City Planning
- Sport Courts
- Recreation and Senior Centers
Wednesday, 06.10.20 6pm – 730pm
Each meeting will include a brief overview of the Capital Budget process, further information on some key project types, and a question and answer session where members of the public can pose questions to subject matter experts from the City.
All residents are encouraged to complete the 2021 Capital Budget Survey. The survey results are shared with City Council Offices and City departments to help them understand the public’s priorities and generate project proposal ideas.