Pittsburgh Parks Initiative
Pittsburgh's parks are the jewels of our city and each represents a unique piece of our shared history. Preservation Pittsburgh is proud to be leading the effort to formally recognize their stories, in partnership with the City of Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy, neighbors and community groups across the city.
Our goal is for Frick Park, Highland Park, & Riverview Park to join Schenley Park & Allegheny Commons on the National Register of Historic Places by 2020.
Thanks to a generous grant by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission we're moving forward with a listing for Highland Park during Fall 2019.
If you’d like to hear more about Highland Park’s nomination, please join us at Highland Park Community Council’s Community Meeting on Thursday, August 15th at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church to hear about the listing this year and our larger Pittsburgh Parks Initiative.
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St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, 5801 Hampton St., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15206