Building a Pittsburgh for All

Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) June Layout Workshops: Coming to a Neighborhood Near You

Port Authority of Allegheny County has announced five Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Layout Workshops in June. They'll be held for the neighborhoods of Oakland (2 dates), Uptown, Greenfield/Squirrel Hill, and Downtown starting today. The stated purpose of these meetings is to give updates on the status of BRT planning, answer questions about the planning process, and collect input on station placement and street design.

Video: Mayor Peduto Talks About the Rustbelt Revolution and Resilient Pittsburgh at TEDxYouth

Two months before President Trump claimed to represent "Pittsburgh, not Paris" when he rejected the Paris Climate Accords, Mayor Bill Peduto gave a talk at TEDxYouth@Shadyside which the President would have found highly instructive...

Please Join Me at Tomorrow’s “March for Truth: Pittsburgh Says Yes to Paris” Event

Tomorrow, Saturday, June 3rd, "March for Truth" events will be held nationwide to call for truth and accountability in American Government. In Pittsburgh, this event has taken on an added emphasis: Telling the truth about climate change...

Mayor William Peduto Issues Executive Order Committing City to Paris Climate Accords

PITTSBURGH, PA (June 2, 2017) Mayor William Peduto today issued an Executive Order to further promote climate control initiatives, in the wake of President Trump's disastrous decision to pull the United States out of the Paris Climate Accords of 2015.

Here’s What Happened on Tuesday

Matt Merriman-Preston of People for Peduto explains in graphic form how the campaign was able to build and expand on the Mayor’s electoral strength from the previous election for an historic win.

By | May 23rd, 2017|Bill Peduto, Building a Pittsburgh for All, Keeping Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh|Comments Off on Here’s What Happened on Tuesday

Thank You, People of Pittsburgh!

I want to thank each and everyone of you for believing in me and supporting me for the past three years and giving me the opportunity to serve another four. The People of Pittsburgh have shown that they have faith in the direction of our city. We have challenges ahead of us, but we are prepared to work through them together...

By | May 22nd, 2017|Bill Peduto, Building a Pittsburgh for All, Keeping Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh|Comments Off on Thank You, People of Pittsburgh!

Monday Memo: This is it!

This is it! Tomorrow, May 16th, is the day you can help ensure that we continue on the path to building the Next Pittsburgh. Here is your Election Week Monday Memo with all the information you'll need for the big day including: Make Your Plan Now to Vote Tomorrow! | Get Your Peduto On! | You’re Cordially Invited to Our Election Night Party! | Watch "Conversations with the Mayor" | Bonus! "Behind the Scenes: Making of His Re-election TV Commercials" | Your Last Chance to Sign Up to Volunteer *** See you at the polls! ***

By | May 15th, 2017|Bill Peduto, Building a Pittsburgh for All, Keeping Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh|Comments Off on Monday Memo: This is it!

Monday Memo: Crunch Time!

We're just one week and one day out from the Democratic Primary Election on Tuesday, May 16th! This is your last chance to hear a candidate forum, attend a fundraiser, or to sign up to volunteer for the final push. Here are all the ways you can help in this final week: Hear All the Mayor Has Accomplished in the Latest Podcast | Planned Parenthood Endorses Mayor Peduto | Can You GOTV? | Who Doesn't Like Ice Cream? | The Last Candidate Forum

By | May 8th, 2017|Bill Peduto, Building a Pittsburgh for All, Keeping Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh|Comments Off on Monday Memo: Crunch Time!

Monday Memo: The Final Two

The election is just two weeks away! Check out everything that's happening now with Mayor Bill Peduto's Campaign including: Have You Seen Our Latest Ad? | We Need You to GOTV | New Podcast Is Up! | Wear Your Heart On Your Sleeve...Or In Your Yard | ¡R.S.V.P. for Cinco de Mayor! | Attend A Candidate Forum This Week.

By | May 1st, 2017|Bill Peduto, Building a Pittsburgh for All, Keeping Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh|Comments Off on Monday Memo: The Final Two