Smaller boroughs aim to make their streets more walkable and connect with Pittsburgh's network of bike and hiking trails.
With seafood flown in from Maine and luscious lobster on the menu, the Cousins truck is likely to earn new fans in Millvale this summer.
“The borough is a walkable, bikeable and boatable community and people are missing a great opportunity if they are not looking at Millvale."
Come hungry and explore the daily rotation of mobile food vendors, plus a beer garden showcasing Pennsylvania brews and a bar highlighting local spirits.
“We love being in Millvale ... we feel like part of a community here.”
An axe-throwing club, LumberjAxes, will open in Millvale in August.
Scott and Brian are using Ecodistrict to improve Millvale's quality of life through five key issue areas—water, food, energy, mobility, air and equity.
Millvale explores new ways of becoming a more vibrant, sustainable community with the second stage of its EcoDistrict plan.
Grants totaling more than $450k were awarded to all kinds of neighborhood projects, from BizFit to Café on the Corner.
The Hill District, Homewood, Larimer, the Mt. Washington Hilltop communities, Millvale and Wilkinsburg will receive a combined $500,000 in grants by the end of 2014.