Pittsburgh introduces city wide grass cutting program for seniors, veterans, and people with disabilities

The City of Pittsburgh will soon launch City Cuts, a city wide grass cutting program specifically designed to help senior citizens, those with a disability, or military veterans avoid fines by offering assistance with lawn maintenance. This service will be available every two weeks from July to September and operates on a first come first serve basis. 

To apply for this program you must be 62 years or older, have a disability, or be a military veteran and be a resident of the City of Pittsburgh. Call 311, visit your local Carnegie Library branch, or visit pittsburghpa.gov/citycuts to complete an application.