The Polish Hilll Civic Association was founded in 1969 and is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The PHCA holds a monthly community meeting to afford residents an opportunity to provide feedback and suggestions. Input is also welcomed in writing or by phone at the PHCA office at any time.
The PHCA holds an election each November to maintain the PHCA eleven-member volunteer Board of Directors. Regular members (those who are members and live in Polish Hill) can nominate individuals to serve. More information about PHCA membership is available here.
Alexis Miller - President
Myra Falisz - Vice President
Erica Moulinier - Treasurer
Valerie Testa - Secretary
Susan Atkinson- Director
Mark Knobil- Director
Catherine McConnell - Director
Tom Ogden - Director
Josiah Parkinson- Director
“Our mission is to respect and preserve the sense of community in Polish Hill while promoting economic and housing development opportunities and improving the quality of life for our community.”
The Polish Hill Civic Association would like to acknowledge the support and partnerships of those working to bring change and improvements to our neighborhood. The PHCA enjoys considerable support from its very active neighborhood residents, who contribute their time in so many ways and so many places.
In 2010, the PHCA conducted its second annual campaign. It is with appreciation that we acknowledge these contributors.
Buncher Family Foundation
Steve Catranel Construction Co.
Sargent Electric Co.
Del's Bar and Ristorante DelPizzo
Cynthia Labriola, D.M.D.
Ms. Audrey Manski
Pittsburgh Window & Door
Mayor Luke Ravenstahl
The Rock Room
Support for PHCA's programs and projects come from many sources. Neighborhood businesses and residents contibute to specific projects and support our general operations. Major support for the PHCA and its programs come from the following sources.
Advisory Commission on Community Based Organizations
Community Development Block Grant
Community Design Center Pittsburgh
Ladies Hospital Aid Society
Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group
Pittsburgh Partnership for Neighborhood Development
Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts
PNC Charitable Trust
The PHCA partners with several organizations on an ongoing and project basis. We are grateful for their efforts on our behalf.
Citiparks/West Penn Community Center
Immaculate Heart of Mary Church
Neighbors in the Strip
Permaculture Working Group
Pittsburgh Forestry Division
The Student Conservation Association
Urban Redevelopment Authority
Consider supporting the efforts of the Polish Hill Civic Association. You can download a donation form here, or you can send your donations through PayPal
Polish Hill Civic Association
3060 Brereton Street
Pittsburgh PA 15219
Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 6pm
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