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City of Pittsburgh

Find more results for THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH´┐Ż

Officers and directors

Debbie Lestitian
Chief Administrative Officer
William (Bill) Peduto
Michael E. Lamb
City Controller


City-County Bldg., 414 Grant St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
+1-412-255-2626 (Phone)
412-255-2687 (Fax)

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Take one look at the skyline and it's no wonder Pittsburgh's been nicknamed "The City of Bridges." With more than 440 bridges, 150 skyscrapers, and a countless number of steel behemoths, Pittsburgh is Pennsylvania's second largest city (behind Philadelphia) with a population of nearly 334,000. The city is composed of nine districts, each represented by a council member, while the mayor rounds out the executive side. Its annual budget goes toward enhancements to health care and retirement as well as hiring police and fire prevention personnel; most of its revenue comes from real estate taxes. Pittsburgh was founded in 1758.

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