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april parks news

Friend, the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy is your non-profit partner in the parks. Read on for all of the ways to get involved in your favorite outdoor places this month.


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save the date for our free, two-day earth day celebration

Every April, hundreds of Pittsburghers flock to Frick Park for one big reason: Earth Day! Don't miss a campfire under the stars, guided hikes, giant games, nature play, and much more.

Click here for Earth Day celebration information →


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now is the time to speak up for your parks

The City of Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy have attended 50 community meetings, been to dozens of neighborhood events, and talked with thousands of Pittsburghers through the Parks Listening Tour. Have you given your feedback on your parks?

Click here to take part in the Parks Listening Tour →

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historic northeast fountain in allegheny commons soon to reopen

The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy, in partnership with the City of Pittsburgh, is thrilled to invite you to the grand reopening of the historic northeast fountain in Allegheny Commons. Along with a recreated fountain, this project includes a border garden, pathway reconstruction, benches, lighting, and other amenities.

Click here to see event information →

The Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy is your non-profit partner in the parks. Give today to support your parks. 
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