Clean Sweep 15222 and the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership are running a pilot program to remove litter, debris, weeds, and graffiti from the Strip District.
The City of Pittsburgh’s Department of Mobility and Infrastructure (DOMI) is working with consultants Stantec to develop a parking and mobility plan for the Strip District. A successful plan will provide district wide solutions to ease parking and congestion, improve safety and accessibility and make the Strip an even better place to work, visit, live and play.
Thanks to the efforts of Strip District Neighbors and City Council member Deb Gross, hundreds of Strip District residents will now be able to vote in the neighborhood, instead of downtown.
View our presentation from our second Town Hall meeting, highlighting several new developments in the Strip District.
The existing Franklin Savings and Trust Company building at 2815 Penn Ave is undergoing a complete interior and exterior renovation, led by NEXT Architecture.
The Pittsburgh Water and Sewage Authority is paving Smallman Street this week, and intends this phase of the project to be complete by April 30. Please see the project sheet below for more information.
It’s been a productive start to 2019. Join us to review the latest happenings and discuss the progress made on our 2019 goals for the neighborhood: