- From the northern end of the bridge, take Liberty Avenue east
- Turn right onto Baum Boulevard
- Turn right onto North Craig Street
- North Craig Street becomes Bigelow Boulevard
- Follow Bigelow Boulevard back to the Bloomfield Bridge
- End detour
- Stipends for students
- Career-based mentored work experience
- CPR/AED/First Aid certification
- Microsoft Office certification
- Homework assistance, tutoring and SAT preparation
- Annual College Fair and Paying for College Seminar
- Meet professionals in your career field
- Sports/music and cultural field trips
- City of Pittsburgh residency
- Attend a traditional public/charter/private high school – entering 9-12 grade this fall
- Completed application
- Attend summer orientation on Fridays at 10am
- Willing to commit a minimum of ONE year to the program
The City of Pittsburgh Department of Public Works advises that Panther Hollow Road – from the Boulevard of the Allies Ramp to Schenley Drive, along the neighborhood border of Squirrel Hill South and South Oakland – will be closed Saturday, July 11, 2015 from 7:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
The Forestry Department will be cutting and pruning trees during the closure.
- One member must be a resident of Pittsburgh City Council Districts 2, 6, and 9
- One member must be a resident of Pittsburgh City Council Districts 1,3, and 5
- One member must be a resident of Pittsburgh City Council Districts 4, 7, and 8
- Name and contact information
- Resume (or Letter of Support if nominating another individual)
- Council District where nominee resides (Searchable Map here)
- Identification of any relevant experience,
The roundtable will include representatives from city departments, local nonprofit and community organizations, members of the Clean Pittsburgh Commission, and more. It will comprise of short presentations by Allegheny CleanWays, the Clean Pittsburgh Commission, City of Pittsburgh Department of Public Works, Pennsylvania Resources Council, and Duquesne University Professor, Erik Garrett, followed by a discussion around focus topics by the larger group.
This roundtable spreads CPC’s vision to be a driving force in continuously improving the quality of life for everyone in Pittsburgh and to inspire everyone here to clean up and safeguard the City of Pittsburgh as America’s most livable city.
In that vein, we have been soliciting feedback through the online platforms Reddit and Mindmixer, and would love for you to join the conversation by asking questions. Here are the links:
We will post video from the roundtable on the Clean Pittsburgh Commission’s website and answer some of the questions time did might not have allowed for: http://cleanpittsburgh.org/
The City of Pittsburgh will host a World Cup Watch Party at Schenley Plaza in Oakland on Sunday, July 5, to cheer on the United States Women’s National Team (USWNT) as they take on Japan in the 2015 Fifa Women’s World Cup Final.
Festivities begin at 5:00 p.m. with a musical performance from L'lamint on the Citiparks Show Mobile. Pre-game coverage begins as 6:30 p.m. prior to a 7:00 p.m. kickoff between the United States and Japan.
The Watch Party is presented in part by the Pittsburgh Dynamo Youth Soccer Association.
The family friendly event will be free and open to the public. Fans are encouraged to wear red, white and blue in support of Team USA. Alcoholic beverages and grills are not permitted. Rain or shine.