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Participate in Our Neighborhood Map Survey!

The City of Pittsburg’s Neighborhood Advisory Council (NAC) has published an online survey to gather feedback on a new neighborhood map with distinctive names and boundary lines for neighborhoods throughout Pittsburg.

The map survey is part of the NAC’s plans to raise awareness and engage the community in city-wide improvement efforts. The purpose of the Neighborhood Map is to create community pride and foster a sense of shared ownership for each neighborhood that encourages neighbors to work together.

Neighborhood Map Draft

TAKE THE SURVEY

 

About the Neighborhood Advisory Council

The newly-formed Neighborhood Advisory Council (NAC) is a 12-member volunteer board of property owners and renters representing all four quadrants within Pittsburg. The NAC was created in 2023 to support the city-wide cleanup efforts and create a council of citizens that can access both public and private resources; and provide leadership, support, and information on neighborhood issues. NAC membership, meetings and more.

 

Meetings:

The NAC meets once a month on the first Wednesday of the month from Noon – 1:00 pm at Memorial Auditorium. You don’t have to be a member to attend – everyone is welcome!

 

Members

  • Bo Bowman
  • Bob Gilmore
  • John Lair
  • Mark Newbold
  • Lacy O’Malley
  • Glennis Peck
  • Marnie Schipper
  • Kristin Thomas
  • Ken Ward
  • Sarah Watts
  • Ryan Williams

 

NAC Open House – Thursday, July 25

Join us for a Neighborhood Advisory Council Open House on Thursday, July 25 from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm at Memorial Auditorium in the lower level to meet your friendly local neighborhood volunteers!
We need YOUR help to complete our neighborhood map and gather more input for how we can create safe, healthy, vibrant neighborhoods! Using feedback from our survey, we will gather more input from neighbors and draw boundary lines designating each neighborhood area.
Defining neighborhood boundaries and names will help build a network of neighbors to help support each other and better coordinate neighborhood improvement projects.

 

Pittsburg City Code for Residential Areas

Check out our quick guide to review common nuisance codes and how to avoid them.

Quick Guide – City Code for Residential Areas

 

Report a Problem with SeeClickFix

We’ve partnered with SeeClickFix to better engage the community and give you an easier way to register for city-wide pick up, report illegal dumping, potholes, code violations, and more with features to help you improve your neighborhood. Submit and track issues, find city information and much more!

Learn More

 

Local Resources:

Find a list of resources available to Crawford County residents.

  • Service Providers for Residents – trash haulers, roll off dumpsters, tree & limb disposal, compost facility, landfills, etc.
  • SEK Recycling Center – Household hazardous waste products, electronic waste, paper, large appliances, clothing, plastics, and much more!
  • County Landfills – Resources available to all Crawford County residents.

 

Streets & Sidewalks

Report a problem with SeeClickFix at www.pittks.org/seeclickfix. Mobile app available for iPhone & Android. For more information, contact City of Pittsburg Public Works and Utilities (620) 240-5126.

 

Street Maintenance Program

  • Preventive maintenance
  • Major Rehabilitation
  • Reconstruction
  • Full depth repairs & stop-gap measures

For an update on the city’s street maintenance program, visit www.pittks.org/streets.

 

Sidewalk Program

This program provides a 50-50 match for property owners who wish to build new sidewalks or repair existing ones. If the sidewalk in front of your property needs repair or if you wish to construct a new one, we would be happy to assist you.

For details, visit www.pittks.org/sidewalks.