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Toy Drive Registration

Christmas is the season of giving, but circumstances can be that your family is in need of receiving this year. If you are struggling to provide toys for your children this holiday season, please register with us this 2022 season:

Register your family for the Toy Drive

We hope you have a wonderful Christmas, happy holiday season and bright New Year!

Guaranteed Basic Mobility (GBM) pilot program

City of Pittsburgh’s Department of Mobility and Infrastructure is now recruiting for their Guaranteed Basic Mobility (GBM) pilot program. This program will make a huge difference for 50 individuals by reducing costs for transportation and improving access to opportunities, services, and enjoyment.

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Public Transit Fair Fares Workshops

We need more affordable transit fares in Allegheny County, because fares should never be a barrier to accessing basic needs. Pittsburghers for Public Transit looking for transit riders who use EBT cards to join them at either one of two public meetings to learn more about the campaign for #FairFares and push for fare equity.

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Woods Village Project Community Update

The Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh (URA) invites the Hazelwood community to join them for an update on the Woods Village multi-family rental townhome development project. The developer, Oak Moss Associates, LLC, will share the current site plan, the results of the site environmental studies, their workforce development plans, and vision for small business retail shops. Food and beverages will be provided.

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Grocery Market Viability Study Completed

The study was prepared for P.O.O.R.L.A.W., GH-CARED and the development team for the Sarah Dixon Innovation Center. Please note this study contains “forward-looking information”, including demographics, new residential projects, and trends in the market for groceries and household goods.

Grocery Markey Viability Study, April 2022 (PDF)

We have also received renderings for the building, floor plans and site plans of the Sarah Dixon Innovation Center. You can view these documents and learn more on our About page for the Grocery / 4800 Block Project »