LAND BANK HEARING

Join us for a public hearing in Council Chambers on an important policy that will affect Hill District land and development. At this hearing, you will have an opportunity to provide feedback on the Land Bank's Policies and Procedures, which will define how the Land Bank will be structured, how it will operate, and what it's goals and priorities are for the acquisition and dispensation of properties. If you wish to speak, please contact the Clerk's office at(412) 255-2138 to register.  Your allotted speaking time is 3 minutes.…

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City Public Hearings

2:00pm 2018-0064 Ordinance amending the Pittsburgh Code, Title Nine, Zoning, Article I, Section 902.03 Zoning Map, by changing from R1D-M, Residential Single-Unit Detached, Moderate Density District to LNC, Local Neighborhood Commercial District certain property situated on Lincoln Avenue; all in the Allegheny County Block and Lot System, 12th Ward. 2:30 pm 2018-1003 Ordinance amending the Pittsburgh Code, Title Nine, Zoning, Article I, Section 902.01.D, Planned Development Districts, and Article IV, Section 909.01.Q, SP-10, Almono, by replacing the text in-kind with a new…

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Council Budget Hearing

PUBLIC WORKS, Environmental Services PUBLIC WORKS, Operations PUBLIC WORKS, Bureau of Administration PUBLIC WORKS, Bureau of Facilities (Mrs. Kail-Smith) Discussion on DPW Operating & Capital Budgets 1:30 PM DEPARTMENT OF MOBILITY & INFRASTRUTURE (Mrs. Kail-Smith) Discussion on DOMI Operating & Capital Budget

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LOCAL FOOD MATCH UP

On behalf of the City of Pittsburgh, Southwest Pennsylvania Commission, Farm to Table Western PA Connections, and Sustainable Pittsburgh, you are cordially invited to attend the next Local Food Matchup! A strong, local food industry decreases our impact on the planet, supports local investment and job creation and reduces our reliance on imports from other regions. Western PA is home to thousands of food based businesses which is why we are presenting Local Food Matchup. This FREE event, the fourth…

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Neighborhood greenspace leads to greater spatial working memory among children

We all know that spending time in greenspace is healthy for humans. We have all experienced that joy of going to a local park or strolling past a recently cleaned up lot that used to be blighted and vacant. But what exactly is it about neighborhood greenspace that affects the human brain in such an impactful way? Well, researchers in England sought to answer this question in a recent study and their conclusions are quite interesting. The study focused on…

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