Below please find information related to community groups throughout the District 7 area, including their contact details, meeting times if available, and purpose of the organization.
- Bloomfield Citizen's Council
Info: Preserving the Past, Present and Future of Bloomfield.
- Mellon's Orchard Neighborhood Association
Website: No website available
Contact: Please contact the District 7 office for more information.
- Negley Place Neighborhood Alliance
Website: No Website Available
Info: Negley Place covers the 5400 & 5500 blocks of Black, Hays, Baywood & Stanton and the 600 & 700 blocks of Negley & Chislett.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-661-2782
- Highland Park Community Council
Info: The oldest community group in the City of Pittsburgh, the HPCC holds monthly meetings on the third Thursday of each month (except July and December) at 7PM at St. Andrews Community Hall, 5801 Hampton Street. They maintain a very informative listserv.
- Lawrenceville Stakeholders
Info: membership-driven community organization dedicated to promoting the revitalization and development of Lawrenceville's residential sector.
Contact: Christine Brill at email@example.com
Meetings: Quarterly. Check website for details.
- Lawrenceville United
Info: an inclusive, resident-driven, community –based, non- profit organization focused on improving the overall quality of life for Lawrenceville residents and stakeholders through community engagement, organizing, advocacy, planning and development.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 412.802.7220
6th Ward: ‘Lawrenceville Block Watch Network’ Ι 28th to 40th Street Ι Every last Monday Ι St. Augustine’s Auditorium, 37th Street, 7:00 pm
9th Ward: ‘Peoples’ Ι 41st to 49th Streets below Butler Ι Every 2nd Wednesday Ι 4825 Butler Street, 7:00 pm
‘Happenings’ Ι 44th to 46th Streets Above Butler Ι Every 3rd Tuesday Ι St. Mary’s Lyceum, 46th Street, 7:00 pm
‘40th, Main & Fisk Streets’ Ι 40th, Main & Fisk Streets Ι Every last Tuesday Ι Stephen Foster Center, 2nd Fl., 7:00 pm
10th Ward: ‘Nighthawks’Ι Stanton Ave to 62nd Street Ι Every 2nd Tuesday Ι St. Mathew’s Church Hall (St. Kieran), 53rd and Carnegie Street at 6:30 pm
- Morningside Area Community Council
Meetings: Held the first Wednesday of each month at 7PM at the Mornignside VFW Hall, 1820 Morningside Avenue
Polish Hill Civic Association (PHCA)
Info: PHCA membership meets regularly each month to afford residents and opportunity to provide feedback and suggestions
Contact: 412.681.1950 or email@example.com
Meetings: Held the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm in the senior center on the lower level of the West Penn Recreation Center, 30th and Paulowna Streets.
Stanton Heights Neighborhood Association
Info: Develops and promotes community & identity, and improves the security and quality of life for the residents of Stanton Heights
Meetings: Third Wednesday of every other month. Please check the website for exact dates and times.
Community Development Organizations
Helpful Numbers For Your Neighborhood
EMERGENCY -- DIAL 911
- Police/Fire/Emergency Medical Services
Mayor’s Response Line. -- DIAL 311 | WEB FORM
- Non-emergency services, questions, comments, complaints and concerns. Outside of Pittsburgh, dial (412) 255-2621
Animal Control -- (412) 255-2036
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority -- (412) 255-2289
Public Works -- (412) 255-2720
Recycling -- (412) 255-2631
Refuse Collection -- (412) 255-2773
Parking Authority -- (412) 560-7275
Port Authority -- (412) 442-2000
Residential Parking Permit Program -- (412) 560-2500
Tow Pound -- (412) 255-2500
Traffic Court -- (412) 350-6720
Farmers’ Markets -- (412) 422-6523
Parks & Recreation -- (412) 255-2539
Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy -- (412) 682-7275
Senior Interests -- (412) 422-6405
Swimming Pools -- (412) 323-7928
The following are links to reports giving an overview of demographic information about District 7. Get to know each of its neighborhoods "by the numbers" by exploring these helpful links!
Councilman Dowd keeps in tune with plans that will have an impact on the neighborhoods throughout District 7 and beyond. Our office is very interested in what the community members have to say about their future. The strategic plans are mainly community supported and include business and residential area. Community input obtained through public meetings, focus groups, and other outreach strategies that engaged people around questions regarding development, protection and quality of life.
- Allegheny Riverfront Green Boulevard Study (Urban Redevelopment Authority)
- Allegheny Riverfront Vision Plan (Riverlife)
- Bloomfield Community Plan (Bloomfield Development Corporation)
- East Liberty Community Plan (East Liberty Development Corporation)
- Highland Park Community Plan (Highland Park Community Council)
- Penn Avenue Reconstruction Plan (Bloomfield Garfield Corporation)