The Allegheny River Boulevard Preservation Association is undertaking a Preservation Management Plan for the six-mile stretch of Allegheny River Boulevard extending from Washington Boulevard in Pittsburgh to Hulton Road in Oakmont. When complete, the Preservation Management Plan will guide decision-making processes related to maintenance, enhancement, development, and preservation efforts along the boulevard for both the natural and built environments, including the historic turnouts, walls, and landscapes.
ARBPA invites property owners, community members, and other stakeholders to participate in the first of two public engagement activities.
The purpose of this initial open house is to inform the public about the project and to collect input and feedback.

This project is supported by a grant from the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission’s Keystone Historic Preservation Grant, a program funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, with fiscal sponsorship provided by the Penn Hills Community Development Corporation. The Rivers of Steel Heritage Area is also a key project partner, thanks to support provided by a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau of Recreation and Conservation, Heritage Areas Program Fund, Environmental Stewardship Fund.