collaborative, Advocating, Respectful, Inspiring, Neighborly & Gracious
Fineview Citizens Council (FCC) and Perry Hilltop Citizens' Council (PHCC) began collaborating in the winter of 2016.
Since that time, the two Registered Community Organizations have worked collaboratively to plan, build partnerships and implement their comprehensive community plans. Their mission is to preserve affordability, prevent displacement and re-imagine a culturally diverse business district in which neighbors are connected, thriving leaders shaping the future of their community.
UPCOMING MEETING +
Community Gathering NOV 28, 2023
The Pittsburgh Project | 2601 Norwood Ave, 6 PM
RSVP for in person or join via FB LIVE.
Are you passionate about building a C.A.R.I.N.G community?
Our organizations are committed to putting equity at the forefront or our conversations and working groups. Without equity in all areas of our work, we cannot have a vibrant and healthy community. If you have experience or inspiration to cultivate equitable housing and development, beautification and culture and/or youth and people,
we encourage you to inquire about our work, become a partner or volunteer.
First, please read our equity statement -
Five-Year Affordable Housing Plan!
Fineview Citizens and Perry Hilltop Citizens' Councils worked with planning and development consultants to create a strategic, prioritized, data-driven plan for preserving and meaningfully expanding the neighborhood's inventory of affordable homes. This Five-Year Affordable Housing Plan is a road map for achieving that goal. (Published in 2020)
This Community Plan represents our comprehensive effort to engage residents, to identify community issues, and prioritize strategies that would revitalize the neighborhoods of Fineview and Perry Hilltop in a healthy and equitable way where all residents can benefit. (Published in 2018)
The 2 year planning process is complete. HUD accepted our plans for the transformation of Allegheny Dwellings and the surrounding communities. The planning process was a collaborative effort between Allegheny Dwellings Tenant Council, the Housing Authority City of Pittsburgh and Fineview Citizens Council. Partners at Perry Hilltop Citizens Council, Charles Street Area Council and California Kirkbride Neighbors were instrumental in the success of this plan. A full list of supporters of the Allegheny Dwellings Choice Neighborhood is available here or visit the Allegheny Dwellings Choice website HERE.
Allegheny Dwellings Choice Neighborhoods Initiative
Our Funders & Partners
Allegheny Center Alliance Church
Allegheny Dwellings Tenant Council
Allegheny Health Network
Angel's Place, Inc.
The Buhl Foundation
Center for Victims of Violence & Crime
California Kirkbride Neighbors
Charles Street Area Council
City of Bridges Community Land Trust
City of Pittsburgh
Mayor Ed Gainey
Department of City Planning
Councilman Daniel Lavelle (6)
Councilman Bobby Wilson (1)
Department of Mobility & Infastructure
Pittsburgh Police Zone 1
Pittsburgh Public Safety, Community Affairs
Foundation of Hope
Garden Club of Allegheny County
Grounded (formerly GTECH)
Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield
Housing Authority of the City of Pittsburgh
Infinite Lifestyle Solutions
Legacy International Church
Memorial Park Church
MOMs Demand Action
Northside Chamber of Commerce
Northside Christian Health Center
Northside Coalition for Fair Housing
Northside Partnership Project
Partners Against Violence
Perry High School
Pittsburgh Community Services, Inc.
Pittsburgh KING (PreK-8)
Pittsburgh Higherground Foundation
Pittsburgh Regional Transit
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority
Rising Tide Partners
Sandstone Quarry Apartments
The Heinz Endowments
Trek Development Group
University of Pittsburgh
Urban Redevelopment Authority