This page is for individuals interested in contributing to Community Development decision making. These opportunities are for residents of the City of Pittsburgh, as the funds are used within the City.
To be informed of new opportunities as they happen:
If you are an individual in need of services, please see our Resources for Individuals document.
Current Public Participation Opportunities
The Office of Management and Budget, Community Development Division is currently gathering input on community needs.
This spring, City Council and the Office of the Mayor will be allocating grant funds to eligible local nonprofits. The survey is designed to find out what types of services City residents want to see funded in their specific neighborhoods. The survey will be open until Wednesday, April 10th. All City residents are encouraged to complete it, but only once.
The survey can be accessed here: https://arcg.is/uTGTr
Residents may also call 311 and request to take the survey over the phone.
There are no public notices at this time.
There are no public hearing opportunities at this time.
There are no public comment opportunities at this time.
Public Notices provide information regarding upcoming or current public hearings, documents, and comment periods.
Public Hearings provide opportunities for City residents to voice concerns and advocate for funding priorities.
Community Development documents such as the annual and 5-year plans, as well as reports and analyses, are made available for public comment for 14 to 30 days before official publication.
To view published documents, visit the Community Development Documents page.
You can view all of the Past Public Notices in this PDF download (538kb).
Recordings of Past Meetings
7/11/23 Public Hearing for the draft 2023 Annual Action Plan
There was a public hearing to discuss the draft of the 2023 Annual Action Plan on Tuesday, July 11 at 1:00 PM. The meeting was hybrid, with options to attend virtually or in person.
4/26/23 Public Hearing for 2023 Annual Action Plan
There was a public hearing on funding priorities for 2023 held in City Council Chambers Wednesday, April 26th from 6:00 to 7:00 PM. Attendees were able to come in person or via Zoom and share their thoughts on community needs.
3/20/2023 PUBLIC HEARING FOR HOME-ARP ALLOCATION
5/5/21 FINAL PUBLIC HEARING FOR FY 2021 ANNUAL ACTION PLAN
3/24/21 PUBLIC NEEDS HEARING FOR THE CDBG, HOME, ESG, AND HOPWA PROGRAMS
12/1/2020 Meeting for CARES Act (CDBG-CV) Funding and FY 2019 Annual Action Plan - Substantial Amendment
6/16/2020 Office of Management & Budget Consolidated Plan Public Hearing
5/20/2020 Emergency Solutions Grant Information Session
5/6/2020 CARES Act Substantial Amendment to FY 2019 Action Plan Meeting
During this meeting the public was able to submit questions, for a list of these questions with responses from the City please go here.