Latest Updates

Bus Rapid Transit Project Public Meeting

SHUC is hosting a community presentation by City Planning and Port Authority on the current planning of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project. The BRT project is intended to better connect communities in the Downtown-Oakland-East End corridor, and more specifically connect residents to job centers, educational opportunities, medical services, and cultural attractions. Monday, April 3,
CONTINUE READING

Squirrel Hill Bike Plan

The Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition’s Bicycle-Pedestrian Committee is developing a Bicycling Master Plan for Squirrel Hill. We see this as a broad overview and basis for discussion with the Squirrel Hill and bicycling communities. Our focus is on routes in and through Squirrel Hill that form a useful transportation network. Routes in adjacent neighborhoods are
CONTINUE READING

March 30: SHUC Night Out

Join us for a night out with neighbors and friends at Northwood Realty’s newly renovated office. While you enjoy complimentary appetizers and good conversation, check out the 40-inch touchscreens designed to enhance your home selling or buying experience. Northwood Realtors will be on hand to discuss your needs. Meet your Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition board
CONTINUE READING

Squirrel Hill Winter Mixer

Calling all Squirrel Hill businesses, entrepreneurs, and professionals! Join the Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition and Uncover Squirrel Hill on Wednesday, March 8th from 5:30-8:00pm (come early or late) for a Squirrel Hill Winter Mixer! Bring your business cards for a night of meaningful networking with other professionals and businesses in Squirrel Hill – and learn
CONTINUE READING

Pittsburgh Celebrates Lunar New Year in Squirrel Hill

For the second year, Squirrel Hill will be celebrating Lunar New Year for two weeks, beginning with a kick-off celebration on Saturday, January 28th from 1 to 5pm at the Jewish Community Center. Year of the Rooster Kick-Off Celebration Proposed Program (subject to change). 1:00 Welcome and Lunar New Year Proclamation by Councilman Dan Gilman 1:10
CONTINUE READING

Proposed New Schenley Park Golf Course Clubhouse

Original Post January 4, 2017: The Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition (SHUC), Councilman Corey O’Connor, and the Mayor’s Office of Community Affairs are co-hosting a community meeting on January 5th at the Children’s Institute to discuss the proposed construction of a new golf clubhouse in Schenley Park. This meeting is an opportunity for residents to learn
CONTINUE READING