July 21, 2014. Workers installed new energy efficient LED Street Lights from the 1400 to 1800 block of Lowrie Street. “LED street lights use less energy, require less maintenance, provide a brighter light, reduce carbon dioxide emissions, and contain no mercury.” Mayor Bill Peduto. A city-wide initiative to convert high-pressure sodium streetlights in Pittsburgh’s 32 business districts to LED lights will benefit many areas in the Northside. Northside Chronicle 7-2013
Troy Hill Residents! Please join your neighbors, to join together to participate in the 2014 Pittsburgh and National Night Out. On Tuesday August 5th 7:30 – 9:30 show your Troy Hill Spirit by: • Turning on your porch light (or any outside light) • Sit outside • Plan a Night Out Celebration with your neighbors → National Night Out: We are SaferTogether
Sunday July 27, 2014
11:00 – 3:00 pm
1055 Spring Garden Avenue
(Wigle Whiskey Garden and Barrel house)
Gtech recently finished up mapping and evaluating every last vacant lot in all of the 18 northside neighborhoods, and want to celebrate with you!
Join us for an afternoon of food, games, music and getting to know your neighbor.
Gtech will also be on hand to collect residents ideas for vacant land projects.
This is a free event open to Northside residents and their families.
To RSVP and more info visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/northside-block-party-presented-by-gtech-tickets-12078546257
Or call 412. 361.2099 & ask for Megan.