You may have heard that the PHCA, after receiving a grant from the Community Design Center of Pittsburgh, hired Pfaffmann + Associates to develop a strategic community plan for Polish Hill. The PHCA planning team and Pfaffmann have spent the last few months meeting, gathering data, and talking. The most important part of the data-gathering process is getting feedback from residents and stakeholders (those who don’t live in Polish Hill, but own property here).
One of the ways we’ve been collecting feedback is with a survey, and now it’s online — much easier to fill out and return. Click here to participate. We want to hear from as many residents as possible about their visions for the future of Polish Hill.
The first pubic meeting for the Polish Hill Community Plan will take place on Monday, May 16 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. in the senior center on the lower level of West Penn Community Recreation Center. More information on the Community Plan process and upcoming meeting dates can be found in a brochure, available at the PHCA office and at Lili Coffee Shop.
(photo by Mark Knobil. This lovely view of Brereton Street at sunset is available as a postcard for just .50 at the PHCA office)