We want your feedback on the draft of the Homewood Comprehensive Community Plan! The public has the opportunity to review the draft and suggest specific edits. Please take this time to weigh in and provide your input on this important document that will shape the future of Homewood! Deadline for public comment: May 24, 2019. Online Feedback Form | Downloadable Feedback Form | Homewood Comprehensive Community Plan
In 2017, DCP convened the Inclusionary Housing / Inclusionary Zoning Exploratory Committee which worked to develop policy around an Inclusionary Zoning Program for the City. Their work can be found here (link in title or blurb?). DCP will be discussing how that policy is being developed into a pilot Inclusionary Zoning Ordinance in Lawrenceville on Wednesday, October 17th and Monday, November 5th. Both meetings will be at the Goodwill Workforce Development Center (118 52nd St, 15201). (Click Title or HERE for the Memo)
The Wayfinding Advisory Committee is holding two public open houses (one during the day and one during the early evening) to present the results of this work and get feedback both on the proposed new City standard for kiosks and also on where they could be used in other parts of the city. We’ll have mockups of the kiosks at the event along with maps and activities to gather input.
Back by popular demand - Pittsburgh Regional Food Industry Networking Event! This year, were going to do a little Business-to-Business SPEED DATING!
On Wednesday, January 17th, the City of Pittsburgh and Urban Redevelopment Authority hosted an open house in partnership with Avenu at their space on Miltenberger Street. This event showcased drawings and ideas that came out of the Fifth and Dinwiddie design exercise in November.
Applicants seeking guidance regarding the permitting of Medical Marijuana facilities in the City of Pittsburgh should contact the Division of Zoning & Development Review for more information.
Mission: The Department of City Planning works to create and maintain an orderly, timely, environmentally-sustainable, and consistent approach to land use and development within the City. To achieve this end, Planning works with communities, civic organizations, and public entities to develop long-term plans to sustain and revitalize a thriving city of neighborhoods for the people who live, work, learn, and visit here.