Four Mile Run Mobility Meeting, Jan 18

Mon-Oakland Mobility Plan: 4 Mile Run Watershed

Please join us to continue the discussion about how to better connect our neighborhoods, and what that connection might look like.

  • Consider potential alternative connections between Hazelwood, Greenfield, Four Mile Run, and Oakland.
  • Have an open dialogue about the best way to solve a mobility challenge.
  • Consider the mobility solutions as they relate to the green infrastructure solutions that have already been proposed.
  • Provide your feedback on the potential alternatives.

When:  January 18, 2018, 5:00 – 8:00pm

5:00- 6:00pm: Open house & one-on-one/small group discussions
– Agency presentation on alternatives
– Neighborhood presentation of principles
– Large group discussion
7:00-8:00pm: Open house & one-on-one/small group discussions

Snacks will be provided. Kids are welcome.

Where: Magee Recreation Center, 745 Greenfield Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15217

Presented By:  City of Pittsburgh Department of Mobility, PWSA, URA, Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy

For more information: Visit the Mobility website at or contact

Download the flyer here.

Greenfield Baseball Registration, Feb 11 & 12

The Greenfield Baseball Association (GBA) will hold baseball and softball registration on February 11th and 12th at the Soldiers and Sailors Hall at 4059 Boulevard Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15217.

Registration forms, fees, and additional information are available at:

– $20.00 off online registration through January 31  see
– BOGO + $20.00 off for players new to the league

Please direct questions to:
League Director: Carey White at
Treasurer: Joe Worthington

Magee Recreation Center: Winter Programming 2018

It’s cold outside but it’s warm at Magee Recreation Center.  CitiParks winter programming has something for everyone.


Tiny Tots Club
Monday – 10:30 – 11:30am
Thursday – 1:00 – 2:00pm – $10
Give your little ones something fun to do during the day. Sessions will include an upstairs story/craft and then structured play time in the gym.
Runs 1/18 – 3/1. Ages 2 – 5.

Adult Pick-Up Basketball
Monday – 6:30 – 8:30pm – $3/week
Weekly games of pick-up basketball for adults.
18 and older. Starting 1/8.

Winter Basketball Clinic
Tuesday – 6:00 – 9:00pm – $20
Magee’s 3rd Annual Winter Basketball Clinic will focus on teaching the basics of basketball through instructional sessions which will transition to a competitive league. Volunteer coaches needed
Runs 1/16 – 2/27 . Ages 9 – 11 and 12 -14.

Video Game Club
Monday – 6:30 – 8:30pm – Free
Join us for some low-competition recreational fun, while playing video games with your friends and our staff! Activities include Smash Bros Tournaments and NHL games.
Runs 1/22 through 2/26. Ages 7 – 11.

Strong Women, Strong Girls
Thursday – 6:00 – 7:30pm – Free
Empowering our communities’ future women through games, mentoring, and fun projects about women role models. Led by University of Pittsburgh volunteers.
Ongoing. Grades 3 – 5.

Magee’s Junior Chefs
Wednesday – 6:30 – 8:30pm – $20
Participants will learn cooking basics through the creation of tasty recipes. Participants will receive a laminated recipe card to take home each week. Supplies are included in price of class.
Runs 1/17 – 2/21. Grades 2 – 5.

Adult Pick-Up Futsal
Friday – 6:30 – 8:30pm – $3/Week
Weekly games of pick-up futsal for adults. 18 and older.
Ongoing starting 1/5.

After School Program
Daily 3:00 – 6:00pm – Free
Our daily after-school program. Food, Homework Time, and Recreational and Educational Activities provided.
Greenfield School students 3rd through 5th grade.

Youth & Adult Karate
Tuesday and Thursday
$40/month and $35 uniform fee
Ages 6 – 15: 6:30 – 7:30pm
Ages 18 +: 7:30 – 8:30pm
Learn the basics of the discipline of Karate. Taught by Master Patricio Saavedra.


Download the flyer here.


The Greenfield Community Association serves the neighborhood by maintaining our public spaces, representing the community in development and transportation issues, organizing the Greenfield Glide, Holiday Parade, and Community Awards, as well as advocating on behalf of the neighborhood in general.

Board membership is a two to three year term, open to both residents and business and property owners of Greenfield.

Interested candidates should send a short biography to the address below by JANUARY 12, 2018.

555 Greenfield Avenue, Lower Level
Pittsburgh, PA 15207
phone: 412-339-0422

Candidate biographies will be published online at starting January 15th.

Elections will be held at the GCA’s Annual Meeting January 28, 2018 at 3pm, at Magee Senior Center.

Survey Results From The Run, November 2017


In the Summer & Fall of 2017 the Greenfield Community Association
worked with residents of Four Mile Run to conduct a comprehensive,
154-question community survey. The Run Community Census gathered information on topics of importance to participants,
members of their household, and the neighborhood.

The Census is done and the results were presented to the community a few weeks ago. Here are three documents from the survey:

2017 Greenfield Awards Dinner, Slideshow

  • Michael Bartley presided over the Greenfield Awards Dinner on Sat Nov 18, 2017

Meetings on Mobility/Transportation in The Run

Announcement from the City of Pittsburgh Department of Mobility and Infrastructure + URA:

Four Mile Run – Discussion of Multimodal Connection

Over the next six months, the City of Pittsburgh and Urban Redevelopment Authority will examine mobility needs and opportunities in conjunction with improvements in Four Mile Run. Join the Department of Mobility and Infrastructure for public meetings to help provide community feedback!


Tuesday, November 14th, 8 a.m. – 10 a.m.

Wednesday, November 15th, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.


JCC Pittsburgh -5738 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15217

Honoring These Awardees on November 18

Greenfield Community Awards

Saturday November 18, 2017, at 6pm
Wuerl Hall, 411 Greenfield Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15207

Come honor these outstanding Greenfield residents and businesses (listed below) at the Awards Dinner on November 18.

Tickets are $30.00. Please make checks payable to “Greenfield Community Association.”
Tickets are available at the following locations:

* Anya Salon, 571 Greenfield Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15207
* Staghorn Garden Café, 517 Greenfield Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15207
* or contact Jim Gregg at 412-421-6183
* or contact Mary Ann Hatala at

2017 Greenfield Community Awardees

Person of the YearGeoff Campbell
Hall of FameEdward P. Kanai
Joe Costanzo
Ken and Jean Homer
Special RecognitionKevin Connolly/Finn McCools
Community ServiceDenneta Thimoleas
BusinessKids Plus Pediatrics/Dr. Wolynn
Youth RecognitionJacob Bon
Bobby Clifford
Olivia Deasy
Anthony DeMarco
Eric Gidel
Davey Hough
Catrina Mauler
Jaiden Mazefsky
O’Shea Sulinsky
New BusinessJ. Gough's
Greenfield Community Association (GCA)David Cashmere
Greenfield Organized Against Drugs (GOAD)Brother Michael Andejko
Michael Yee
Greenfield Baseball Association (GBA)Chris McCann
Michael Mock
EducationJames (Pat) Gallagher - Greenfield Elem.
Janet Aland – St. Rosalia Academy
St. Rosalia Athletic AssociationCorey Hahn
Greenfield Community ClubThomas Gibson