The Friendship Community Group is the volunteer-based advocacy group for the neighborhood of Friendship.
Save These Dates!
Zoning and Development Committee Meeting
Tuesday May 9th - 6:30 to 8:30 at Bloomfield Garfield Corporation at 113 North Pacific Avenue.
This meeting of the Zoning and Development Committee will feature presenters from the City of Pittsburgh Department of City Planning: Ose Akinlotan - Strategic Planning; and Kevin Kunak - Zoning & Development Review. We will also have Randy Bartlett, M.Ed., Ph.D., Head of School at the City of Bridges High School regarding development at 460 S. Graham Street.
The Friendship Flower and Folk Festival
Saturday May 13th - 11 am to 4 pm at Baum Grove (400 Roup Avenue)
The feature of the Festival will be our plant and flower sale, but there will also be live music, a raffle, and picnic food to purchase.
For more information on F4, go to https://www.friendship-pgh.org/f4.
The Plant Store is now Open! Go to https://www.friendship-pgh.org/f4plants to see what we have this year and to place an order. Orders must be placed by May 5th.
We love our volunteers! Please email the F4 team at F4.Committee@friendship-pgh.org and we will add you to the group!
Board of Directors Meetings
The Friendship Community Group Board of Directors meets on the 2nd Wednesday of the month. Contact Sara DeLucia at President@Friendship-Pgh.org for more information and for meeting location. Members are welcome to attend.
Asphalt Art at Baum Grove
Would you like to know more about the "asphalt art" in the 5-way intersection in front of Baum Grove?
Go to this page for the full story and lots of photos: https://www.friendship-pgh.org/asphalt-art.
The Good Neighbor Project
The Good Neighbor Project is designed to connect neighbors with a resource guide,
warm greetings, and on-going acts of kindness. The project aims to knit together the
human fabric of the Friendship neighborhood while helping to ensure that neighbors'
basic needs are met.
The Good Neighbor Project was dreamed up by Friendship neighbors with support from
the Friendship Community Group, and will continue to take shape and come to life with
each neighbor’s participation and inspirations.
For more information, or to become a Good Neighbor Project Street Ambassador,
Contact the Good Neighbor Project at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for the Resource Guide produced by the Good Neighbor Project.