Learn more about Walnut Capital's preliminary development ideas for 234 McKee Place (Jewish Federation building), and related potential community improvement funds. Read the full meeting minutes and view the slides presented by Walnut Capital:
Pittonkatonk returns to Schenley Park on May 5. Enjoy live Balkan, Banda, and New Orleans style brass bands, and bring a dish for the giant community potluck. New this year—a community resource tent, sponsored by New Sun Rising. OPDC is honored to join other social and environmental justice organizations in the tent to offer our programs and services to all Pittonkatonkers—please stop by and say hello!
Pittonkatonk is free for people of all ages to attend. Visit their Indiegogo page and donate to make this great event possible.
Celebrate spring with your Oakland neighbors at Zulema Parklet on April 28th from 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM. Hear live music; purchase food from participating Oakland restaurants including Merante’s, Las Palmas, and Frenchi’s; enjoy fun family-friendly activities; and check out a rummage sale hosted by local community groups. Bring a chair or blanket to sit on and gently used items to sell or trade.
Hosted by the Coalition of Oakland Residents (COR).
In partnership with the Pennsylvania Resources Council (PRC), we are offering Oakland residents a convenient way to dispose of hard-to-recycle items. The City of Pittsburgh does not take electronics on trash day. Avoid citations and help the planet by recycling with us on April 28th from 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM at the Forbes Tower surface lot (located at the corner of Atwood and Sennott Streets, behind Forbes Tower).