The City of Pittsburgh is fortunate to encompass an abundance of
parklands and open space, allowing residents and visitors to enjoy
many outdoor and recreational activities within their urban neighborhoods.
However, as public resources shrink and shift, we have taken a look
at how our parks will continue to be managed and maintained in the
History of the Project
The Pittsburgh Regional Parks Master Plan was developed as a partnership
between the City of Pittsburgh, the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy,
citizens task force members and the private sector. The recommendations
of the Plan were arrived at through a two-year public involvement
proces, and represent a consensus of opinion around the core principals.
Released in April of 2001, this plan is a "living document"
that will guide, with continuing public input, the future maintenance
and enhancement of Frick, Highland, Riverview and Schenley parks.
To order a CD or hard copy of the Regional Parks Master Plan, call
412-255-2233, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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To view a map of any of the four Pittsburgh parks, select one of the following links: