Potholes and Pierogies: 2020 Capital Budget Community Forum

You are invited to join the City of Pittsburgh for dinner and a discussion about the 2020 Capital Budget on Thursday, June 13 from 6:00 to 8:30 pm at the Museum Lab at the Children’s Museum. During the city’s annual Deliberative Community Forum on the Capital Budget, city residents can share their ideas for the 2020 capital budget priorities. At these forums, neighbors have the chance to learn about the budget, engage with each other, community leaders, and city officials, and add community voices to the budgeting process. The session will include:

  • A brief overview of the budgeting process
  • Small group discussions of budget priorities and residents’ needs
  • An opportunity for residents to ask questions of an expert panel
  • Dinner and refreshments

The Forum is FREE and open to every resident of the City of Pittsburgh. Childcare and interpretive services are available if you register by Sunday, June 9. For more details, visit the 2020 Pittsburgh Capital Budget Deliberative Community Forum event page. To register, visit the Capital Budget Forum registration page.

Do you want to know more about the City of Pittsburgh’s Capital Budget? Feel free to explore using the City’s new budget engagement tool prior to the forum.

Contact cip@pittsburghpa.gov with any questions.