Monthly Archives: December 2019

Logo Design Contest for the Greenfield Glide

The Greenfield Glide is seeking a new look for our 38th annual race on June 7, 2020.

Could it be yours?

We’re looking for a design that will emphasize the Glide as a fun, family-centered 5K race and Greenfield tradition.  The scenic course goes through Schenley Park and offers beautiful views of the city.

Please submit your high-resolution image along with your name, age, and phone number via email to by February 15, 2020.

The winning design will be featured on all race materials.

All entrants will receive a code for $5 off race registration.  The winner will receive a free registration.

Open Call for GCA Board Nominations

Open Call for Nominations for the Greenfield Community Association Board

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 by JANUARY 15, 2019.

Elections will be held at the GCA’s Annual Meeting at Magee Senior Center on Sunday January 26, 2019 at 1:00pm. Polls will be open 1-4 pm.

Four Mile Run Stormwater Meeting, Dec 9

Join the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority for an update on the Four Mile Run Stormwater Improvement Project.

WHEN: Monday, 9 December 2019, 6:30pm – 8:00pm. Doors open at 6:00pm
WHERE: Pittsburgh Greenfield School, 1 Alger Street, Pittsburgh 15207
Please RSVP using Eventbrite

This meeting:

Will provide an update on the progress since the June 20, 2019 public meeting. PGH2O will address the following topics and look forward to answering your questions:

  • Construction of the early action projects in Schenley Park
  • Design schedule for Panther Hollow Lake and Junction Hollow Valley
  • Status of the M-29 Outfall Pipe
  • Overall project schedule and timeline
  • Project costs and funding

For more information or to ask a question, please visit

About the Project:

Four Mile Run encompasses Schenley Park and several Pittsburgh neighborhoods including Greenfield, Hazelwood, Oakland, Squirrel Hill, and the Run. These neighborhoods and the park are located within the M-29 sewershed where all of the sewers flow to the same outfall, the 29th along the Monongahela River.

To help to reduce combined sewer overflows, basement backups, and neighborhood flooding, the Four Mile Run Stormwater Project will capture and route stormwater through a natural channel that will follow the path of the historic streams that formed Four Mile Run from Panther Hollow Lake to the Monongahela River.