Letter to the Community: Ernie Hogan
Dear reader, PCRG’s Seventh Annual Community Development Summit is rapidly approaching, and I invite you to join us and our presenters to share, learn, and reflect on CommUNITY: The Power of People in Action, this year’s theme. We are excited to once again be joined by so many of you _
Join Us for an Exciting Night of Networking!
Please join us on the first night of the Community Development Conference this year, Wednesday May 24, as we will be holding a Happy Hour event on the 17th floor of the Omni William Penn from 5:00 – 7:00 PM (or whenever the party stops!). This event presents a great _
Mobile Workshops Offer Close-up Views of Some of the City’s Most Recent Community Initiatives
Our 2017 Community Development Summit Mobile Workshops are now open for registration! This year, we are offering three Mobile Workshops to summit attendees, only $25 with registration for the conference. The workshops will take place on Wednesday, May 24 from 11:30 – 3:00 PM. Space is limited to 25 participants
2017 Summit Overview and Annual Membership Meeting
Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group’s Seventh Annual Community Development Summit is rapidly approaching. On May 24-25, join passionate, innovative community and economic development leaders from all sectors as we explore efforts to build and sustain healthy, vibrant, and inclusive communities. Leveraging “commUNITY: The Power of People in Action”, sessions and workshops this _
Our Region’s State of Inclusive Community and Economic Development: Where ARE We Going?
It’s rightly one of Pittsburgh’s hottest community development topics, and we felt that it was time that we had a discussion about what to do about it. Pittsburgh is changing at a rapid, accelerating pace. Investment of all types are reinvigorating local economies, bringing more opportunities than we’ve had in _
PCRG Position on BRT
Below is PCRG’s official position on Port Authority’s Bus Rapid Transit project. PCRG has created an official statement regarding the current Bus Rapid Transit proposal. These positions were created through multiple engagements with our members and key stakeholders determining that the Core+2 option is most ideal. We acknowledge that City _