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GREAT COURSE…GREAT TRADITION…GREAT RACE!
Pittsburgh’s Fall Fitness Classic takes place on Sunday, September 25. Register today for The Great Race 10K run, 5K run or 5K fitness walk. Register with a friend and save.
The City now offers Online Facility Rentals
Visit the new online Facility Rental website to create an online account and view available facilities. Reservations are being accepted for the 2016 season.
Pay Real Estate Taxes online
"SAVE MONEY - PAY BY ELECTRONIC CHECK!"
Electronic Check- $1.25 Flat Fee
Credit Card- 2.35% of the total amount charged
Click here to pay online
In 2016, Pittsburgh will celebrate the 200th anniversary of its incorporation as a City. Mayor Peduto would like everyone in the City to celebrate this historic occasion, and is inviting community organizations to become Bicentennial Partners.
Search the City of Pittsburgh's database to see if you are owed money!
Search the City of Pittsburgh's database to see if you are owed money. If you are owed money, fill out the form to claim your money. After verification, a check will be mailed.
National Night Out 2016
"National Night Out is a special way to celebrate the partnership between Pittsburgh citizens and public safety personnel."
Mayor Bill Peduto
Register your event or find one in your neighborhood.
The Pittsburgh Roadmap for Inclusive Innovation has Launched!
The City has released it's plan to ensure that Pittsburgh remains competitive and inclusive in the digital age. With 20 goals, accounting for over 100 actions for the City to undertake, the Roadmap is a vision forward. Read about how your City plans to better improve quality of life for all Pittsburghers.
The City of Pittsburgh and The Heinz Endowments
The City and Heinz Endowments have partnered and are spearheading a major effort to forge a new model of urban growth and development that is innovative, inclusive and sustainable. This model is based around a central, unifying framework—p4: People, Planet, Place and Performance—and launched at an international summit organized by Sustainable Pittsburgh in April 2015.
myBurgh 311 Mobile App is here!
MyBurgh is Pittsburgh’s 24/7 resource to notify the city’s 311 call center of non-emergency issues.
Visit the 311 page for more details!
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