In this episode Mayor Peduto talks about the Affordable Care Act (ACA)and its impact on Pittsburgh. He also discusses current issues with the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA)and what that means for the safety [...]
Mayor Peduto talks about Pittsburgh's plan and response to immigration issues. He shares his personal family perspective as well as his administrations policies around this important and timely topic. Video is an excerpt from an [...]
Mayor Peduto talks about the future needs of transportation in Pittsburgh.
Mayor Peduto talks about the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) plan and its unique roll in the overall transportation strategy for Pittsburgh.
Mayor Peduto talks about bike lanes and their overall importance to the transportation strategy of Pittsburgh.
While we can be grateful that President Trump and the Republican-controlled Congress failed at this attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act and replace it with the AHCA -- which if it had passed would have meant the loss of health insurance for millions -- that does not mean that the fight is over.
In the second installment of the "Talking Pittsburgh w/ Mayor Peduto" weekly podcast, Mayor Peduto discusses the impact President Trump's newly proposed budget will have on our City and his meeting with Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos and the National League of Cities' education committee. Find out what will become of critical programs like the Summer of Earn and Learn by clicking here to listen to this six minute podcast.
In this episode Mayor Peduto talks about the Trump administration's proposed budget. He also speaks about his trip to Washington D.C. to visit the Secretary of Education, Betsy Devos and how the Trump administration's budget [...]
Chicago developer McCaffery Interests and the City's Urban Redevelopment Authority have inked an agreement to redevelop the Strip District's historic produce terminal, starting with a public market. The market place will feature local and regional businesses that will include food, crafts and the arts.
In this episode Mayor Peduto talks about regional transportation, The Bus Rapid Transit system (BRT) & OnePittsburgh Resiliency plan for the future of Pittsburgh.
Breaking records, Team Peduto submitted 3, 939 signatures to qualifying the Mayor to appear on ballot. That number is nearly 16 times the minimum number required to qualify! Importantly, it includes signatures of supporters from every neighborhood in the City of Pittsburgh. This also exceeds the number of petitions submitted by the Mayor's 2013 campaign by nearly 1,500 signatures.
PITTSBURGH, PA (March 13, 2017) - The City of Pittsburgh Department of Public Works (DPW) has issued a Level 2 Snow Alert Alert effective Noon on Monday, March 13, 2017. The City of Pittsburgh Snow Plow Tracker will be active throughout the anticipated snow event. Current forecasts for the Pittsburgh area are fluctuating but the most recent estimates are calling for snow accumulations of 2" – 5" within a 36 hour period with snowfall expected to begin around 10:00 p.m., Monday, March 13, and last until 6:00 a.m. Wednesday. Updates will be provided by DPW if snow event forecasts and details change.
Pittsburgh will hold its annual St. Patrick's Day parade tomorrow. This is your last chance to sign up to show your support for Mayor Bill Peduto by marching with him and your friends and neighbors in this iconic Pittsburgh event. This is a fun, family-friendly event where wearing all things green is encouraged. Come out and make a day of it!
Pittsburgh will hold its annual St. Patrick's Day parade on Saturday, March 11th. The parade is one of the largest in the country with some 100,000 parade-goers. We need you to join with Bill Peduto as we march in this iconic Pittsburgh event!
Peduto ‘Treasured’ Relationship With Obama, Wary Of Trump Administration
A real conversation with Pittsburgh Mayor William Peduto from PghSpot.com on Vimeo.
The Mayor's support continues to grow across the City. This Sunday, Democratic Party leaders from all across the city voted to endorse Mayor Peduto for re-election. This victory -- 60% of the vote total -- included supporters from neighborhoods all across the City.
We have some initial polling numbers in, and we wanted to be sure to share some of them with you. Voters in Pittsburgh generally feel the city is heading in the right direction (68% vs. 22% who disagree). Voters have a strong, positive assessment of Mayor Peduto (74% vs. 15% negative) and he has a job approval rating of 63%.
Beginning this month, our re-election campaign staff is working in full swing out of our newly opened campaign office at 4314 Penn Avenue. Our team reflects and deeply believes in a city that is diverse and inclusive -- a Pittsburgh that works for everyone. They also love the City and are working together to help keep Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh.
If you are a certified lifeguard or are interested in obtaining certification, the Citiparks Aquatic Division is looking for you. They are currently recruiting lifeguards for the 2017 summer season. Lifeguards must be City of Pittsburgh residents and at least 16 years of age by June 2, 2017. The starting pay rate is $9.09 an hour. If you are interested in working as a lifeguard for Citiparks, please contact the Citiparks Aquatic Division Office at 412-323-7928.