Category: Parks

Proposed New Schenley Park Golf Course Clubhouse

Original Post January 4, 2017: The Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition (SHUC), Councilman Corey O’Connor, and the Mayor’s Office of Community Affairs are co-hosting a community meeting on January 5th at the Children’s Institute to discuss the proposed construction of a new golf clubhouse in Schenley Park. This meeting is an opportunity for residents to learn
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Green Infrastructure Projects in Schenley Park and Beyond Take Shape

By Sonia Panic   If you picked up our latest Summer issue, you may have read about the city’s plan to redevelop the Four Mile Watershed and implement more green infrastructure aspects in the neighborhood. One of the goals in mind is to manage water quantity and quality. With this redevelopment, the new watershed is
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Four Mile Run Watershed Green Infrastructure Plan Takes Shape

By Scott Roller and Erin Tobin, Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy   Schenley Park and the neighborhoods that surround it are part of the Four Mile Run Watershed, and with that, comes some astounding figures. One such number is 22,792,000. That’s the number of gallons of water that fall on a 560 acre site within the Four
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Plans for Wightman Park Revealed

By Meghan Poisson-DeWit – Editor Last night, the Wightman School gymnasium was full of parents, neighbors, and community members interested in the future of the dilapidated Wightman Park. After many months of drafting and planning, Pashek Associates shared their $2.8 million dollar masterplan with the community, asking for questions, comments, and their overall responses.  
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