The Allegheny County Sanitary Authority has created the Clean Water Assistance Fund to help families pay their sewage treatment bills. This program serves low-income residential customers in the 83 municipalities that ALCOSAN serves. It is
administered by Dollar Energy Fund.
Who is eligible? The Clean Water Assistance Fund is available to ALCOSAN service area residential homeowners (and tenants who have accounts in their own names) who meet family income limits set by the federal government.
Household size Monthly income Annual income
- 1 $1,485 $17,820
- 2 $2,003 $24,030
- 3 $2,520 $30,240
- 4 $3,038 $36,450
- 5 $3,555 $42,660
- 6 $4,073 $48,870
- 7 $4,591 $55,095
- 8 $5,111 $61,335
See the attached flyer for more info.
Pitt's Oakland Bakery & Market are considering having more grocery store components. Their ultimate goal is for it to become somewhat like a food co-op, but more ingrained.
They want to know about residents' interests and concerns about having this kind of store available in Oakland.
Join the conversation by filling out the online survey at:
Please pass on to any neighbors either by email or sharing a copy of the survey attached.
The Duquesne University Small Business Development Center is pleased to announce that it is offering Work for Yourself@50
+ workshops in our community.
AARP Foundation’s Work for Yourself@50
+ will help low- and moderate-income adults age 50+ gain the knowledge, support, and resources they need to make informed decisions and take the right first steps toward successful self-employment. The 90-minute workshop will walk participants through the Work for Yourself@50
+ materials and connect them with local resources to help them reach their goals.
The first workshop will be offered on Wednesday, November 30th , at 5:00pm-6:30pm at the Carnegie Library in Homewood.