Department Of Mobility And Infrastructure Launches Bike Safe SurveyPittsburgh's Department of Mobility and Infrastructure is conducting a "Bike Safe Pittsburgh" Survey.
Dolly Parton's Imagination Library Ships Free Books To Local ChildrenHundreds of Pittsburgh preschoolers have free books to read, thanks to the City of Pittsburgh's Partnership with Dolly Parton's Imagination Library.
Grant Street Re-Opens Downtown, Meeting The Budget And DeadlineAfter two months of construction, the bricks are fully restored on a section of Grant Street.
Mayor Bill Peduto Proposes Recycling Expansion PlanThe Mayor Of Pittsburgh has proposed a plan to increase the quality of recycling in order to boost efforts to meet a zero waste goal.
City Of Pittsburgh To Launch Farmers Market SeasonThe City of Pittsburgh is kicking off Farmers Market season Friday morning.
Pittsburgh Police Posts Internal Policies, Procedures OnlinePittsburgh Police have published most of their internal policies and procedures online.
City Of Pittsburgh Releases Initial 2019 Street Paving ListThe City of Pittsburgh announced the first round of streets scheduled for asphalt pavement resurfacing for 2019.
City Of Pittsburgh Offering Free Lawn-Cutting Service For Veterans, Seniors & Residents With DisabilitiesThe City of Pittsburgh is again offering free lawn-cutting service for veterans, residents over the age of 62 and residents with disabilities.
Several City Facilities Closing In Observance Of Good FridaySeveral City of Pittsburgh facilities will be closed in observance of Good Friday this week.
Pittsburgh Launching Financial Empowerment Center InitiativeThe City of Pittsburgh in partnership with Neighborhood Allies is announcing the creation of Pittsburgh’s Financial Empowerment Center.
Lifeguards Needed For City Of Pittsburgh PoolsThe City of Pittsburgh is searching for lifeguards to work at city pools this summer.
Multi-Million Upgrade Finally Happening On East Carson StreetEast Carson Street on Pittsburgh’s South Side is one of the most dangerous streets for pedestrians. But it is about to get a multi-million dollar upgrade, long in the making.
Crews Preparing For Incoming Storm; Aim To Avoid Repeat Of Feb. 1 Traffic GridlockThe City of Pittsburgh announced it is preparing for the snow and freezing rain to prevent the issues that occurred in the area earlier this month.
Pittsburgh Residents Still Trying To Get Relief After Last Year's Landslides
Pittsburgh, Paramedics Ratify New Collective Bargaining AgreementPittsburgh paramedics are getting a pay raise under a newly approved contract.