Complete Streets Workshop

When:
November 14, 2017 @ 8:30 am – 1:00 pm
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Where:
Hosanna House - Wallace Events Center 3rd Floor
807 Wallace Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15221
USA
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Lindsay Angelo

Date/Time: Tuesday, November 14th, 8:30AM-1:00PM

Location: Hosanna House
Wallace Events Center – Third Floor
807 Wallace Ave
Wilkinsburg, PA  15221

What would Complete Streets look like in your municipality?

Over the past several years, Complete Streets policies have gained both national attention and local momentum. Economic development, livable communities, and improved quality of life have been realized in many areas in the US. But how can we develop and implement these policies in our region? There is no one-size-fits all policy, so join us to learn more about Complete Streets and the resources that are available to help!

Session topics include Complete Streets basics and benefits, policy development and funding opportunities, public engagement, and more! Municipal attendees will also have a chance for individualized ordinance development assistance with local experts. The agenda is forthcoming, so visit our event page as we update it with more details!

The Workshop will be geared towards elected and appointed officials, though all are welcome to attend! The event is free of charge, and a light breakfast and lunch will be provided. RSVP’s are required. Please email Lindsay Angelo, CONNECT Project and Outreach Manager, at lindsayangelo@pitt.edu with questions or for more information.

This Workshop is brought to you by CONNECT and our partners:
American Heart Association
Allegheny County Economic Development
Allegheny County Health Department
Bike Pittsburgh
Live Well Allegheny
Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group
Port Authority of Allegheny County
Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission
WalkWorks

The Congress of Neighboring Communities (CONNECT) brings together the City of Pittsburgh and surrounding municipalities to identify common public policy challenges and advocates for collective change on behalf of Allegheny County’s urban core. Visit our website to learn more about our work! 

About ACHD

Created in 1957, the Allegheny County Health Department is charged with protecting the environmental and public health of 1.2 million County residents through Pennsylvania Act 315 , the Local Health Administration Law.