The ServePGH Love Your Block Grant combined with volunteer help (including a HUGE hand and a very BIG THANKS to the University of Pittsburgh Students “Pitt Make a Difference Day”) made for a successful work session at our Citizens Park and for Troy Hill! •The Tree boxes around the Park and along Troy Hill Road […]
Upcoming Troy HIll Citizens’ Board Member Elections Its that time of year again! ♦ Troy HIll Citizens’, Inc. has 5 seats up for election. ♦ To be eligible to run for election, you must be a paid member by October 15, 2014. Please submit a 100-200 word biography on or before November 15, 2014. Please mail […]
Diana Nelson Jones / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette October 6, 2014 A $3 million state grant announced Monday will spur a $20 million redevelopment of about 20 parcels on two acres along East Ohio Street on the North Side. Site work is expected to begin in a week or two. Under the plan, the site — from […]
As part of the Love Your Block Day, volunteers will be needed at the Troy Hill Citizens Park (Claim / Hatteras Streets) on Saturday October 18th @ 9:00 AM. Work will be done on 2 Tree Pits. And some final touches to the Children’s Play Area of the Park will be done. ♦ Lunch will […]
Historic Image Artwork to Welcome Motorists on Route 28 (Troy Hill retaining wall) in Pittsburgh Starts Today. Via PennDot News Release (Oct 1, 2014) PennDOT District 11 announced today that the installation of public artwork along Route 28 is underway in the City of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County. The artwork, which is part of the Route […]
Photo/Article by Justin Criado Northside Chronicle Councilwoman Darlene Harris (center right) and Anne Kainaroi (left of Harris) of the Troy Hill Citizen, Inc. park development steering committee cut the ribbon at the grand re-opening of the Troy Hill Citizens Park Friday, Sept. 19. 2014 September 23, 2014 thenorthsidechronicle.com The Troy Hill community celebrated the grand […]
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9.15.14 General Members, I’m writing to thank all of you who took part in last week’s brainstorming session regarding Troy Hill Citizens strategy. The Board got to hear quite a few interesting perspectives on neighborhood assets, problems, and potential future. We are excited to review what we heard from you all over the next couple […]
Troy Hill’s Block Watch meeting will be held on Wednesday September 17th 7:00 PM at the Most Holy Name School Hall (Tinsbury St.). All neighbors are welcome to attend these meetings.
THC General Meeting. Sept. 10 7PM. MHN School Hall (Tinsbury St). This Meeting is open to the public and all are welcome to attend.