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When it comes to websites and social media for the city of Pittsburgh, we're not alone here at Discover the Burgh. In fact, there are dozens of websites out there run by the city, neighborhood associations, or other individuals like us that we think are simply awesome or quite valuable to know.
If you are looking for more content from the city of Pittsburgh outside of this site, be it news, events, emergency updates, city info, or simply great local content, we recommend starting with these sites first!
Bloggers and Independent Media
Dave diCello Photography – One of our favorite Pittsburgh city photographers.
Next Pittsburgh – Featuring news, events, and spotlights in an online magazine format.
Pittsburgh Magazine – A second great online magazine featuring news, events, and spotlights.
Uncovering PA – Regional travel blog for all things Pennsylvania with many Pittsburgh features.
Pittsburgh Dad – Because everyone needs a Yinzer in their life.
Regional and Municipal Services
Visit PA – The tourist board for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Visit Pittsburgh – The tourist board for the city of Pittsburgh.
PGH 311 – Report city works concerns with quick fixes.
Pittsburgh Airport – Airport and flight information from PIT airport.
PennDOT News – Keep up-to-date with news on the horrible roads and traffic in the city.
Citi Parks Events – Party in the park? Yes please!
PA 511 Service – Live traffic and roadway information from PennDOT (incl webcams).
Port Authority – All about public transit in the city.
Allegheny County – News and information from Allegheny County.
Pittsburgh City Planning – Resource to stay up-to-date with city works projects.
Carnegie Library – Everyone loves the library, right?
Neighborhood Associations and Non-Profits
Allegheny City Association – Covering Allegheny City in the North Side.
Millvale Borough – Not technically Pittsburgh, but we love Millvale anyway.
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust – Downtown cultural and theater district.
Downtown Pittsburgh – Anything and everything downtown.
Deutschtown – Pittsburgh's very own German district in the North Side.
Oakland – The university neighborhood of Oakland, home of Pitt and CMU.
South Side Slopes – A lesser visited neighborhood overlooking the city.
Southside Chamber of Commerce – Carson Street and beyond.
Shadyside – Boutiques, shops, restaurants, and more in this historic neighborhood.
Lawrenceville Corporation – Pittsburgh's newest spot to be.
Neighbors in the Strip – Featuring the businesses and attractions in the Strip District.
Do you know of an awesome Pittsburgh blog or website that is not featured in this list? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know about it! Who knows, if we fall in love with it we may end up featuring it here too!