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45 South 23rd Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203
A nonprofit organization, the Parks Conservancy has worked closely with the City of Pittsburgh since 1998 under an official public interest partnership agreement to restore the city’s parks.
To date, the Parks Conservancy has raised nearly $131 million for parks and has completed 22 major improvement projects. Currently active in 22 of the city’s 165 parks, the Parks Conservancy has expanded into community and neighborhood parks throughout Pittsburgh.
Improving quality of life for the people of Pittsburgh by restoring the park system to excellence in partnership with government and the community. Projects and programs are conducted with respect for the environment, historic design, and the needs of our diverse region.
Wide appreciation and enjoyment of a sustainable park system whose landscapes, facilities and programming set world standards of excellence.
For a list of our digital programming, visit: https://www.pittsburghparks.org/digital-education
For our response to COVID-19 and what we’re doing to keep you safe, visit: https://www.pittsburghparks.org/covid19
All Parks Conservancy facilities and offices remain closed at this time. Capital improvement projects may now resume, including the rehabilitation of the North Promenade in Allegheny Commons Park.
It’s vital that in the Green Phase park users continue to follow all safety guidelines, such as physical distancing and masking when visiting public spaces. Aggressive mitigation activity will remain until Pennsylvania enters the ‘new normal’ of reopening.
Please note, public restrooms maintained by the Parks Conservancy are closed. These include restrooms at the Frick Environmental Center, Schenley Plaza, and Schenley Visitor Center.