Neighborhoods and Community

City Planning Seeks Public Input on Riverfront Zoning

Pittsburgh, PA (January 19, 2018) Beginning this weekend Saturday, January 20, 2018, those who own property along Pittsburgh’s 35 miles of riverfront are encouraged to review the Pittsburgh Department of City Planning’s proposed changes to the existing riverfront zoning code and participate in a 30-day public comment period. City Planning will send letters next week to property owners in and adjacent to the riverfront districts notifying them of the opportunity to comment on the zoning updates.

By | January 20th, 2018|Bill Peduto, Economic Development, Environment and Sustainability, Neighborhoods and Community, Press Release|Comments Off on City Planning Seeks Public Input on Riverfront Zoning

Mayor William Peduto Urges Action On DREAM Act

Pittsburgh, PA (January 8, 2018) More than ever, the City of Pittsburgh is recommitting itself to supporting and advocating for our residents affected by the president’s announcement to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Since the announcement we have signed on to a formal submission, drafted by the City of Montreal and the global city network Metropolis, which aimed to point out the vital role that local municipalities play in migration, and should therefore have a voice at the table. Also we partnered with the DC Immigration Hub signing on for the Pennsylvania congressional delegation to pass the Dream Act this year.

By | January 8th, 2018|Bill Peduto, Building a Pittsburgh for All, Neighborhoods and Community, Press Release, Social Justice|Comments Off on Mayor William Peduto Urges Action On DREAM Act

On the Grace of the Season and the Hope of a New Year

As some two billion Christians around the world tomorrow celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ and his teachings of brotherhood, peace, and the hope of a new beginning, a poem by Maya Angelou comes to mind. On the Pulse of Morning closes with an exhortation to set aside fear in order to make room for hope...

By | December 24th, 2017|Bill Peduto, Building a Pittsburgh for All, Neighborhoods and Community|Comments Off on On the Grace of the Season and the Hope of a New Year

Thank you, Pittsburgh!

I want to give a heartfelt Thank You to all of you who have given me the opportunity to serve this City we love for another four years. I could not have done this without your support, your energy, and your faith in the path we have started.

Peduto Administration Debuts Online Database of For-Sale City Properties

PITTSBURGH, PA (July 5, 2017) Continuing its efforts to make government services more efficient and user-friendly for residents and businesses, the City of Pittsburgh has launched an online database of City properties that are available for sale.

By | July 6th, 2017|Bill Peduto, Government Reform and Innovation, Neighborhoods and Community, Press Release, Technology and Design|Comments Off on Peduto Administration Debuts Online Database of For-Sale City Properties

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.

By | June 19th, 2017|Bill Peduto, Building a Pittsburgh for All, Economic Development, Neighborhoods and Community, Transportation|Comments Off on Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) June Layout Workshops: Coming to a Neighborhood Near You

Statement on Peduto Administration’s Continued Support of Homeless Residents

PITTSBURGH, PA (April 28, 2017) Mayor William Peduto's Administration is continuing to address the plight of the City's homeless population, despite the shameful and politically motivated attacks on the homeless by City Councilwoman Darlene Harris.

By | April 28th, 2017|Bill Peduto, Building a Pittsburgh for All, Neighborhoods and Community, Press Release, Social Justice|Comments Off on Statement on Peduto Administration’s Continued Support of Homeless Residents

Your Input Needed on Bus Rapid Transit!

In a March editorial, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette declared it was time to bring on Bus Rapid Transit -- a system that combines the efficiency of rail rapid transit with the low cost and flexibility of buses. Now, you have the opportunity to make your voice heard where in Oakland the proposed BRT line will operate and where the BRT should go.

By | April 1st, 2017|Bill Peduto, Economic Development, Neighborhoods and Community, Transportation|Comments Off on Your Input Needed on Bus Rapid Transit!

Pittsburgh Mayor, Council Members and Residents Gear Up for the 412 Food Rescue Challenge

PITTSBURGH, PA (March 29, 2017) - The City of Pittsburgh is teaming up with 412 Food Rescue for a city-wide volunteer challenge to deliver 15,000 pounds of healthy food during Inclusive Innovation Week, March 31 – April 7th.

By | March 29th, 2017|Bill Peduto, Neighborhoods and Community, Press Release, Social Justice|Comments Off on Pittsburgh Mayor, Council Members and Residents Gear Up for the 412 Food Rescue Challenge

BMe Community: Call for Stories, Call for Leaders

BMe Community is an "award-winning network of community-builders known for defining people by their positive contributions to society and enlisting incredible black men who inspire us to be Better Together." Each year, BMe presents their leadership awards to everyday, adult Black men -- fathers, coaches, students, businessmen, etc. -- who have shown that they are deeply committed to the well-being of others. Then, they help them in their efforts by giving them funding, networking opportunities, and by sharing their stories with others.

By | February 17th, 2017|Bill Peduto, Building a Pittsburgh for All, Neighborhoods and Community, Social Justice|Comments Off on BMe Community: Call for Stories, Call for Leaders