SSSNA Projects

Arlington Rec Center Mural Update (3/4/2024) - See more info about the mural at
Arlington Rec Center Mural Survey (2/13/2023) - The South Side Slopes Neighborhood Association (SSSNA) is soliciting ideas for a new mural on the side of the Arlington Recreation Center (2201 Salisbury St, Pittsburgh, PA 15210).  Click here to fill out the Survey! This Community Input Survey can … Continue reading
Oakley Street Mosaic Steps (10/12/2016) - Through a crowdfunding campaign conducted primarily through social media, we raised more than $6,500, allowing us to hire an artist to design and lead the project. Dozens of community members tiled the 77 step risers in 2016. Click here to … Continue reading
Knoxville Incline Greenway (8/20/2016) - From 1890 to 1960, the Knoxville Incline served as a connector between the South Side Flats and the hilltop. In 2011, a mural was added at the intersection of Brosville and East Warrington Avenue to remember the historic site. There … Continue reading
Church Route Signage Installed (6/20/2016) - 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
Windom / McArdle Gateway Sign (5/26/2016) - 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
18th Street Steps Lighting (10/5/2012) - In 2012, more than 140 LED light bars, one attached under each stair tread, were installed at the 18th St. bend. Through a partnership with and funding from Duquesne Light, the stairs are now a beautiful, well-lit “gateway” to the … Continue reading
Bandi Schaum Community Garden (4/7/2012) - The South Side Community Garden at Bandi Schaum field is a project of the South Side Slopes Neighborhood Association, South Side Community Council, City of Pittsburgh, and Grow Pittsburgh.  We saw the need for a collective space for folks in … Continue reading
Brosville and Monastery Scrim (8/6/2008) - On August 6, 2008, the garden and metal art installation at the corner of Monastery & Brosville Sts. was dedicated and lit up. The backlit Core ten steel scrim design features a cross section of the Slopes map. Peter Kreuthmeier based the scrim … Continue reading
All Wars Memorial Garden (9/11/2007) - Elm Street funds were spent to restore the site at 103-105 Pius Street for neighbors to pay homage to those who have defended our freedoms. The All Wars Memorial Garden was rededicated on 9/11/2007 with members of the neighborhood and the Hilltop … Continue reading

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