Pittsburgh Land Bank Board Meeting
The Pittsburgh Land Bank (PLB) was created via local ordinance in the Spring of 2014. It operates city-wide within the municipal boundaries of Pittsburgh. The purpose of the Pittsburgh Land Bank is to return unproductive Real Property to beneficial reuse, through an equitable, transparent, and public process, revitalize neighborhoods to strengthen the City of Pittsburgh’s tax base and support socially and economically diverse communities.
The Pittsburgh Land Bank meets every second Friday of the month in City Council Chambers (414 Grant Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15219). Interested person(s) may attend in person or virtually as each meeting is televised and recorded.
Public comment will be taken at the beginning, and a second time at the end of the meeting. For more information and a link to the public meeting, please visit: pghlandbank.org