Quick Coalition Links:
Click on the link above to view The Second Annual Squirrel Hill Treasure Award Video
2012 Treasure Dinner Ad Book
Click on Ad Book Cover to open full pdf
2012 Treasure Awards:
The Manor Theater, celebrating 90 years in Squirrel Hill http://manorpgh.com/
Deborah Fidel, Executive Director, Pittsburgh Area Jewish Committee
Holly McCullough, and the staff of the Squirrel Hill Branch of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, celebrating 40 years of service to our community
Robert Qualters, Artist
GREENING THE ALCOSAN WET WEATHER PLAN
After several years of work and more than $35 million spent, ALCOSAN has released
This is set to be the largest infrastructure project ever undertaken by Allegheny
For more about the opportunities for green infrastructure, please visit Reform
The League of Women Voters Greater Pittsburgh Office, the Community Information Center (CIC), has moved to a new location:
436 Seventh Avenue Suite 350, Pittsburgh, PA 15219. Telephone 412-261-4284, Email: email@example.com
These short surveys are part of a study by the Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition to better understand the stormwater implications for Squirrel Hill residents as well as business and property owners on Forbes Avenue and Murray Avenue. The information gathered from the surveys will provide a more accurate picture of the stormwater implications in our district as well as serve as a catalyst for future steps toward solutions.
For Business Owners:
For Property Owners:
Click HERE to view CMU's Institutional Masterplan.
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh:
Squirrel Hill Branch
5801 Forbes Avenue,
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
An Open House Tour of Jewish Squirrel Hill
Sunday May 19, 2013
9:30 AM- 12 Noon
• Check in any time after 9:00 AM at the Jewish Community Center in Squirrel Hill.
• Enjoy coffee and refreshments as you explore local synagogues.
• Learn about the history and architecture of the congregations.
• Take your kids on a scavenger hunt through Squirrel Hill and win a prize.
• Watch videos at the JCC.
• Join us for fun and learning, RAIN OR SHINE!
The Squirrel Hill Project
A program of the Jewish Studies Program at the University of Pittsburgh
Agency for Jewish Learning
SHUC's Gateway Committee has many exciting developments to report, including the unveiling of a beautiful new clock at O'Connor's Corner (click here for pictures) and the spring planting of the Remembered Garden near the parkway entrance (pictures here).
The next SHUC Board Meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 28 at 7 pm at the Children's Institute in Squirrel Hill.
SHUC's annual membership meeting will be held at Summerset at Frick Park on Tuesday June 18 at 7 pm. Desserts provided by Gullifty's.
For information about the Residential Parking Permit Program that may be coming to Squirrel Hill, please visit http://www.pittsburghparking.com/rppp. An article about the RPP planning process also appears in the latest issue of Squirrel Hill Magazine. You can read it by clicking here.
In The News:
* May, 2013 : Squirrel Hill's Turner Cemetery is currently being studied by archeologists from Mercyhurst University. Click here to learn more about this fascinating project and here to read a recent article about it in the Tribune-Review. www.turnercemetery.org
* January, 2013 : Please click on the link below to learn about idling awareness and how it affects Squirrel Hill residents:
* January, 2013 : Please click on the link below to watch "Squirrel Hill in a Nutshell," a half-hour program recently shown on WQED that explores what makes our neighborhood so special!
* November, 2012 : Please follow the links below to a wonderful story and editorial about SHUC recently published in the Post-Gazette, just in time to celebrate SHUC's 40th anniversary:
* June, 2011 : Pittsburgh Post Gazette - Interactive Map Shows Crime By Neighborhood
* July, 2010: Wall Street Journal: Diverse Views on Israel Emerge in Jewish Enclave
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