Mayor Bill Peduto discusses what he hopes to accomplish if Pittsburghers give him a second term.
At Point Park University, Mayor Bill Peduto laid out a game plan for how Pittsburgh can still thrive under the Trump administration.
The choice of setting made sense in a time when Pittsburgh has garnered wide attention for its role as an emerging tech hub and smart city.
A new report with buy-in from the community outlines a five-step agenda for equitable development in Pittsburgh.
"These are not just real estate deals; we are working to rebuild our city."
The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy has received a grant to add green infrastructure to help mitigate stormwater at McKinley Park.
One of the oldest affordable housing projects in Pennsylvania will be preserved and enhanced as part of a new affordable and sustainable development in Oakland.
The land is already used informally as a park, and contains multiple waterways, a waterfall and hillsides with significant views.
Pollutants in Pittsburgh waterways could be dramatically reduced through the enforcement of the city’s stormwater ordinance for major developments.
Pittsburgh is in a more favorable position, the mayor says, because the technology that will lead the way for future development is being developed here.