Join City Councilmember Barb Warwick and the District 5 office for a community meeting to discuss ideas, issues, and city services related to Greenfield. We’ll be meeting in-person at the Magee Rec Center at 6:30pm as well as live-streaming the meeting via Zoom. Sign up at bit.ly/GreenfieldMtg to receive the Zoom link.
Please join the Office of Mayor Ed Gainey, Councilmember Barbara Warwick, and Greenfield community leaders for a neighborhood “coffee klatch” on Saturday, January 14th. We will begin the gathering at 10 am and will conclude at 11 am. This meeting will be held at the Greenfield Healthy Active Living Center (745 Greenfield Ave, Pittsburgh PA 15217). We plan to start promptly at 10 am.
Date: Saturday, January 14th, 2023
Location: Greenfield Healthy Active Living Center (745 Greenfield Ave, Pittsburgh PA 15217)
Join the GCA on Wednesday Sept 14 for a special event. The Public Safety Committee is hosting an active shooter training, led by the Department of Homeland Security. Registration for the event is required, and space is limited.
National Night Out (NNO) is an annual community-building celebration that promotes police-community partnerships and get to know your GF neighbors!
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Join us this Tuesday at Magee parking lot at 5:30PM for a free cookout and kosher ice cream, games and grab a selfie with some public safety officials from departments like the mounted unit, swat truck, fire and bomb squad!
Date: Tuesday, August 2, 2022 Time: 5:30PM Where: Magee parking lot
This event is sponsored by the GCA – special thanks to Phil and Bill’s Ice Cream (https://www.philandbills.com/) for their generous donation of kosher ice cream.
The City of Pittsburgh, in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), is advancing the Swinburne Bridge replacement project.
The bridge functions as a critical link between Four Mile Run, South Oakland, Greenfield, Hazelwood, and downtown. It weaves beneath the I-376 Frazier St Viaduct and over CSX/Allegheny Valley railroad, Saline St, serving as a gateway to Four Mile Run.
The current Swinburne bridge, built in 1915, consists of six deck- and thru-girder spans on steel bent towers. While novel for its day, it lacks modern principles of bridge design which provide increased redundancy and decreases future maintenance needs. Preliminary engineering is currently underway on the design of a complete reconstruction of the bridge.
Preliminary engineering focuses on mapping out and defining the scope of the project as well as the early design of how to take the project from A-to-Z. The design team has been focusing on how to minimize impacts to those who rely on crossing the bridge daily or live and work in the vicinity, as well as how to improve usability for future generations of Pittsburghers.
At this time the design team is ready to share preliminary details with the community about the proposed bridge and the construction process. Please check out the presentation from our 6/16/2022 public meeting in the document library, below!
While the engineering will take a couple more years, we aim to provide updates on our progress, what you can expect during construction, and what to look forward to once it’s complete. Questions, comments, and feedback can be submitted at the bottom of this page.
Public Meeting #1
To allow for improved response time and attendance at the first Public Meeting, the meeting previously scheduled for June 16 has been rescheduled for Thursday, July 14th at 6:30 PM accessible via Zoom (audio and visual) or telephone (audio only).