City of Pittsburgh Council District 7
District 7 City Councilwoman Deb Gross

Councilwoman Gross was sworn in on December 6th, 2013.  She is excited to be representing and working for District 7.  

District 7 at your Doorstep!

Every week Councilwoman Gross's Community Relations Coordinator heads out into district 7 neighborhoods to meet with residents!

In the News

Keep up to date with the latest news involving Councilwoman Gross, District 7, and our neighborhoods!

Monthly District 7 E-Newsletter

The best way to keep up to date with Councilwoman Gross and the happenings in District 7!

Land Bank Information

Hear about Pittsburgh's Land Bank?  Councilwoman Gross introduced the legislation in January and the bill was signed by the Mayor in April. It is the City of Pittsburgh's new tool to fight against blight!

Coffee with Council

Coffee with Council is the new iniative from Councilwoman Gross's office to improve constituent services by meeting concerned residents out in the community. Its your chance to grab a cup of coffee and share your thoughts with the office!

Welcome to District 7!

A monthly newsletter recapping news and updates from the office, promoting upcoming events in the district, and featuring stories from the area will be sent out at the beginning of each month!  Click here to subscribe!  Feel free to contact the office if you have any ideas of what you would like to be included:

posted 7/07/14 @ 2:23 pm

Read more about the important difference between 311 and 911.

posted 4/08/14 @ 11:19 am

Changes to the current parking area A are outlined through maps on the following page:

posted 4/01/14 @ 9:41 am
District 7 City Councilwoman Deb Gross sworn into office

It's official! In a ceremony held on December 6th, in Council Chambers, Deb Gross was officially sworn-in as a Member of Pittsburgh City Council, where she will represent the residents of Pittsburgh’s City Council District 7.

Gross won a mandate victory in a November 5th Council vacated by former District 7 Councilman Patrick Dowd, who resigned to head a non-profit devoted to children’s advocacy. During the ceremony, the oath of office was administered to Councilwoman Gross by Judge Eugene Ricciardi, after which Gross provided brief remarks thanking her family, friends, and supporters.

Father Regis M. Farmer of Bloomfield’s St. Maria Goretti Parish led attendees in an invocation to begin the ceremony and a benediction to officially close the event.

Councilwoman Gross will immediately assume her new role representing the residents of District 7, which includes the neighborhoods of Bloomfield, Lawrenceville, Highland Park, Morningside, Polish Hill, the Strip District, the majority of Friendship, and a portion of Stanton Heights.

Deb and the District 7 team are excited to officially get to work! 

posted 12/07/13 @ 3:43 pm


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