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ELDI + Familylinks on the Lynne Hayes-Freeland Show

Ted Melnyk, our Director of Family, Community and Social Equity, appeared on The Lynne Hayes-Freeland show with Paul Tedesco, Senior Director of Behavioral Health Services at Familylinks, Inc..

>They discussed our partnership with Familylinks that works to get the people in East Liberty the services they need to thrive and grow with the neighborhood.

Submit your names for the park coming to Larimer / East Liberty! Extended deadline: Nov. 15th.

We've extended the deadline! Until November 15th you can still submit your names for the new park system coming to Larimer and East Liberty. Fill out the form below and return it to us, the Larimer Consensus Group or the Kingsley Association (details on form).

Help us spread the word and get as many ideas as possible!

Designs for Station St. / Euclid Ave. Conversion

On Nov. 1st at East Liberty Presbyterian Church (ELPC), the community gathered to see designs and hear about plans to convert Station Street and Euclid Ave back to two-way traffic. 

Help us name the new park system coming to Larimer / East Liberty! | Ideas due November 4th

Help us name the new park / open space system coming to Larimer and East Liberty! Don't hesitate > if you have an idea please fill out the form below and submit it by November 4th to us, The Kingsley Association or The Larimer Consensus Group!

Two Way Conversion Meeting November 1st

The Urban Redevelopment Authority is beginning the planning and design to convert Station Street and Euclid Ave to two-way traffic on neighborhood oriented streets.

Pay for parking on your cell phone!

Did you know that you can now pay for your parking in Pittsburgh using your cell phone? The Pittsburgh Parking Authority has made it easy with their new app, Go Mobile PGH. Get to know how it works through the flyer above and visit the App Store, Google Play or Windows Store to download the app and start using it today.

Urban Land Institute Preliminary Report Findings for the East End

ELDI, in partnership with Councilman Burgess, sponsored a Urban Land Institute Panel review of the East End last week. The panel provides recommendations for how to best move forward with economic and real estate development in an inclusive and progressive way. 

Here are their preliminary findings. A more in-depth report will be created in the coming weeks.

Pittsburgh East End - Powerpoint final.pdf

Apps Being Accepted for Gateway Senior Housing in Waynesburg, PA


Applications are now being accepted for affordable, senior housing in Waynesburg, PA. There are four universally designed accessible apartments and two apartments for persons with visual or hearing impairments. Check the flyer for more details and contact info@accessibledreams.org with questions and to apply.