URA Announces Virtual Special Board Meeting for Lower Hill Briefing
PITTSBURGH, PA (May 21, 2021) The Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh (URA) will hold a virtual Special Board Meeting on Wednesday, May 26, at 2:00 p.m. via Zoom and Facebook Live.
The purpose of the meeting is to brief URA Board Members and the community on the redevelopment of Lower Hill Block G-1 (FNB Tower), Block G-4 (Public Open Space), and the Lower Hill LERTA District. This meeting is a briefing and no votes will be taken.
Members of the public can access Zoom meeting information, and public comment registration and information, by visiting the URA's Board Meetings page. Those wishing to submit written comment or register for live public comment must do so by 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 26.
The agenda will be circulated prior to the meeting on the URA’s Board Meetings page.
The meeting will also be streaming on Facebook Live.
The URA remains committed to transparency and to our obligations under the Sunshine Act. We are also striving to act in accordance with guidance from public health experts and Mayor Peduto’s directives. The date and time of URA Board Meetings are subject to change based on circumstances and/or guidance. Please go to https://www.ura.org/pages/board-meeting-notices-agendas-and-minutes for ongoing updates.
About the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh (URA)
The URA is the City of Pittsburgh's economic development agency, supporting the City’s economic development goals, which are designed to create a city of inclusive opportunity for residents, stakeholders, and communities. The URA is committed to creating more housing that is affordable to the average Pittsburgher; encouraging more entrepreneurship and small business development; promoting inclusive growth and quality job creation; expanding neighborhood and main streets revitalization efforts; and developing a talented workforce that is equipped with the skills of the future.