City of Pittsburgh Prepares Cultural Heritage Plan, Invites Public Input
May 10, 2010
The City of Pittsburgh, through its Department of City Planning, is in the process of preparing a Cultural Heritage Plan. By sharing your opinions about the City’s historic and cultural resources, and the ways they are cared for and protected, you will help the City make decisions about future historic preservation efforts. PreservePGH is part of PlanPGH, the City’s Comprehensive Planning process.
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS SURVEY?
Anyone who lives, works, travels through, cares about, or spends time in the City of Pittsburgh.
WHAT ARE CULTURAL AND HISTORIC RESOURCES?
All components of the City’s built environment that have been influenced by history or culture and that contribute to Pittsburgh’s unique community character. These can include historic buildings, collections of buildings, neighborhoods, bridges, public art, pathways and stairs, roads, outdoor public spaces, landscapes, and so on. They also can include “stories” of Pittsburgh’s history or culture that may or may not be reflected in physical ways, but that make Pittsburgh a special place.
This survey should take approximately 15 minutes to complete. We appreciate your time and hope that you will stay involved in the City’s Comprehensive Planning process.