Nov 17 or 19: Resilient Pittsburgh Deliberative Forum

Pittsburgh’s popularity is on the rise and while some areas are benefiting, many of our neighborhoods suffer abandonment and violence, our population and infrastructure are aging, and climate change will bring new challenges. How can we create a resilient city that is safe and most livable for everyone?

What does a Resilient Pittsburgh look like? 

We know strengthening education, addressing neighborhood violence and investing in infrastructure are things that make the city a better place for everyone who calls it home. Tell us how we can improve the daily reality of living in Pittsburgh and help communities prepare for the future and reduce the risks of disasters.
The Resilient Pittsburgh Deliberative Forums are meant to give Pittsburgh residents a space to learn in more detail about what local government and partners are already doing and to discuss possible solutions with other residents. We’ll talk about the chronic stresses that weaken Pittsburgh and the acute shocks that threaten the city. The goal of the meetings is to identify strategies that can empower residents and invest in our future as a city. 

Join us for one or both events: 
Southside Market Place on Tuesday, November 17 from 6-8:30pm
East Liberty Presbyterian Church on Thursday, November 19 from 6-8:30pm
Food will be provided.

Register for the forum on-line here.
​For more information, contact Rebecca Kiernan at or 412-255-2254, or check out 
Resilient Pittsburgh.

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