PITTSBURGH, PA (January 16, 2018) Mayor William Peduto released the following statement today regarding the conditions of streets and changes his administration will make to winter weather procedures:
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PITTSBURGH, PA (Dec. 20, 2017) - The City of Pittsburgh Department of Public Works has announced that the Christmas tree recycling program will be available again this year. Residents can take tress to the following drop-off locations to have the tree composted at no cost.
PITTSBURGH, PA (September 26, 2017) Mayor William Peduto today issued the following statement in support of the Clemente Museum's organization of a Pittsburgh relief effort to aid Puerto Rican people devastated by Hurricane Maria:
PITTSBURGH, PA (September 22, 2017) Mayor William Peduto and the Office of Management and Budget today submitted a $555 million 2018 budget to the Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority, as well as the City's updated five-year spending plan.
PITTSBURGH, PA (September 7, 2017) The City of Pittsburgh plans to compete for the new site of AmazonHQ2, a second headquarters location announced by the Seattle-based company this morning.
PITTSBURGH, PA (Thursday, September 7, 2017) The City of Pittsburgh Art Commission’s public process on the future of the Stephen Foster statue in Oakland begins tomorrow, in advance of two October hearings on the future of the statue.
PITTSBURGH, PA (August 14, 2017) - Mayor William Peduto issued the following statement today in response to the announcement of a protest scheduled to take place in Pittsburgh this Saturday:
Order supports qualified contractors and job training efforts
The Uptown / West Oakland EcoInnovation District Plan is a Community Plan with a Focus on Healing the Environment, Supporting the Needs of Existing Resident and Expanding Job Growth
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.
Residents, businesses can now secure more permits online and with credit cards
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