Historic, Oldest Park In City Will Be Improved After Years Of Planning

MAR 8, 2018

Local leaders will be discussing the future of the oldest park in Pittsburgh.

The first part of the improvements includes a new fountain they're going to build at the corner of Allegheny Commons across from Allegheny General Hospital, starting this spring.

It replaces a fountain that was torn down in 1967 and it's just one of a list of projects and improvements for the historic park.

"A safe park is a well-used park," said Erin Tobin with Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy. "So we think by doing these improvements, more people comfortable using the park, because there will be more amenities for them to use." Read the full article and see the video here.