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Kick-off Meeting July 27, 2017 from 6-8pm William Pitt Ballroom 959 Fifth Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Pittsburgh’s public stair network is comprised of more than 700 staircases which vary in size, age, construction material and condition. Join us at our … Continue reading
Come and learn about the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy’s plans to transform South 21st Street with trees, grasses, bioswales and pedestrian improvements. They will present concept designs and seek feedback from you, your friends and neighbors to help inform the final … Continue reading
Congratulations and welcome to the newest members of the South Side Slopes Neighborhood Association Board of Directors: Elizabeth Heidenreich Blake McLaren Donna Tarkett Thank you to our departing members: Sarah Alessio Shea, Laura Officer, and Pavel Yakovlev.
This year StepTrek is partnering with Steppin Stanzas, a new performance arts project created to promote the use of Pittsburgh’s public steps and celebrate the city’s rich heritage, its diversity, and distinctive geography. Steppin Stanzas co-founders and lead artists Paola Corso, a poet and … Continue reading
In its 16th year, the Pittsburgh StepTrek will begin Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016 at 11AM at South Side Park (Josephine & 21st Streets) on the South Side. The event has lasted this long due to the backing of individuals with … Continue reading
The Thomas Brown Alton Foundation is pleased to announce their 2nd WALKATOP event. The event, a hike through Mount Washington’s Emerald View Park, will be held on Sunday, September 11, 2016. Last year’s inaugural WALKATOP was a tremendous success and they look … Continue reading
The South Side Slopes Neighborhood Association (SSSNA) is looking for a few good men or women. The Slopes Association will have open positions for three or four new Board of Directors members in the coming election. Board members are seeking … Continue reading
The South Side Slopes Neighborhood Association (SSSNA) is excited to announce the installation of signs marking the “Church Route” through the South Side Slopes. The Church Route is a walking tour that goes up and down our unique stairways providing … Continue reading
The South Side Slopes Neighborhood Association (SSSNA) is pleased to announce the completion of a unique entrance marker reflecting the uniqueness of the neighborhoods it announces. The signage has been erected on PJ McArdle Roadway on the corner of Windom … Continue reading