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58 units that was meant for Addison Terrace (formerly known as Elmore Square) are being transferred from the Hill District to Homewood.
According to the minute
s from The Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh's, January 12, 2017 board meeting, The Housing Authority of The City of Pittsburgh (HACP) determined it was in the best interest of the City of Pittsburgh to transfer Phase 4 of the Addison Terrace Redevelopment Plan from it's original area in the Hill District to Homewood. Firstly, Hill District constituents were never engaged, regarded or allowed to give their input regarding this decision. Secondly, government bureaucracy is infringing once again on the livelihood of now displaced Hill District residents and as a result, the forced migration of black families continues in the Hill District. Please share this information. ___________________________________________  

"Developers seek to take Hill District’s Addison Terrace project to new Homewood development." Click here to learn more


Hill District Consensus Group Monthly Meeting

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There is NO monthly meeting for March 2017

For more information, please call (412) 697-4692


The Allegheny County Sanitary Authority has created the Clean Water Assistance Fund to help families pay their sewage treatment bills. To learn more click the ink.

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Edna Council of the Hill District chants with other participants in the "People's Inauguration" rally at the Freedom Corner in the Hill District on Friday. The rally was to denounce President Donald Trump on the date of his own inauguration. Click the link below to read the article in it's entirety.
sigue luchando!

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City to address Penguins' concerns of possible contamination at former civic arena site.

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The Complete Our Streets Project

HDCG member,Joanne Dunn, paired up with HDCG community organizer, Carol Hardeman, for a vital and informative conversation with The Pittsburgh Post- Gazette. Click here to read the article in it's entirety.



On May 2nd 2016 the Youth Organizers of the Hill District Consensus Group meet with Mayor Peduto and Special Assistant James Hill in the campaign to Complete Our Street. They presented the Issues and Demanded Solutions to fix up side walks for safe transportation in response to Mayor Peduto's Executive Order "Complete Streets " in April or 2015.  The Mayor has yet to  attend or send a representative to the Consensus Group's monthly meeting to discuss how he will move forward. 

       To see the presentation with the list of issues and demands click HERE






Greater Hill District

Master Plan

(Source: Greater Hill District Master Plan)

"By the community, for the community!"

Completed in 2011, the Greater Hill District 

Master Plan is a guide for future community development efforts. Community residents 

and stakeholders worked together to craft this collective vision for the future of our 


Learn about the Hill District Master Plan ]


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