Help Develop The Allegheny Commons Master Plan
The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy is excited to work alongside our partners at the City of Pittsburgh, Allegheny Commons Initiative, Northside Leadership Conference and the greater community to renew Allegheny Commons Park.
Please join your fellow park users at a series of community workshops to develop the action plan we need for implementing the master plan.
This effort will be completed by the end of 2017, and will produce strategies and cost estimates for implementing the 2002 Master Plan.
Upcoming Community Workshops
- Thursday, October 5th, 6:00 pm – Location TBD
- Wednesday, November 15th, 6:00 pm – Location TBD
- Wednesday, December 13th, 6:00 pm – Location TBD
To provide additional input please take this online survey about the park.
Date: Thursday, June 22, 2017
Location: Alloy 26, Nova Place
Time: 6:00 pm – Sign In, 6:30 pm – Presentation
The City of Pittsburgh, in partnership with the PA Department of Transportation, the Federal Highway Administration and the Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission, and in cooperation with One Northside and the Walk/Ride Northside, a committee of the Northside Leadership Conference, will conduct a preliminary public meeting for Allegheny Circle two way conversion in the Allegheny Center Neighborhood.
The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the conceptual plans for the project which is set for a May 2018 construction start.
The project team will be present at the public meeting to answer any questions and present the conceptual plans. The meeting location is accessible to persons having disabilities. Anyone who needs additional information has special needs, or requires special aids should contact:
Emily Jo Gaspich, P.E., Project Manager, City of Pittsburgh, Department of Public Works, Bureau of Transportation and Engineering at (412) 255-2472 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Action Alert: Support Pittsburgh’s Oldest Park, Contender for Important State Funding
Dedicated in 1930, Allegheny Commons Park is Pittsburgh’s oldest park. Steeped in history, this beloved Northside park is frequented by local residents as well as visitors to the National Aviary and Children’s Museum.
Right now, you can help Pittsburgh’s oldest park by speaking up for important state funding. Click the button below to find out how.
We’ve requested support for the historically significant Allegheny Commons Park through a competitive state grant. Your could help make the difference in bringing these important funds to Pittsburgh, since community support makes a big impact in this grant process.
Have two minutes? Take action to show your support.
Lend Your Support Now
Please pass this message along to others, and thank you for being a friend of the parks.
Director of Community Projects