Next Development Activities Meeting:

February 2, 2023

Please join us on Thursday, February 2, at 6:00 p.m. for the next Homewood Development Activities Meeting (DAM). Registration is free and open to the public; if you plan to attend, RSVP below.

Virtual Access:

Once registered you will receive the information about joining the zoom.

In Person Access:

Location: Community Empowerment Association

Address: 7120 Kelly St., Pittsburgh, PA 15208

DAM 2023 Schedule

Meeting Date

February 2, 2023

March 2, 2023

March 30, 2023

April 27, 2023

May 25, 2023

June 22, 2023

July 20, 2023

August 24, 2023

September 21, 2023

October 19, 2023

November 16, 2023

December 14, 2023

Meeting Time

6:00 pm

6:00 pm

6:00 pm

6:00 pm

6:00 pm

6:00 pm

6:00 pm

6:00 pm

6:00 pm

6:00 pm

6:00 pm

6:00 pm

Deadline for Project Registration

January 17, 2023

February 14, 2023

March 14, 2023

April 11, 2023

May 9, 2023

June 8, 2023

July 4, 2023

August 8, 2023

September 5, 2023

October 3, 2023

October 31, 2023

November 28, 2023


Introductions and Meeting Expectations:

See below the 5 rules for engagement during the meetings:

  1. We respect the agenda
  2. We respect each other
  3. We offer solutions, not complaints
  4. We will end on time
  5. We believe in our ability to create change

Presentation by the Applicant

Questions and Discussions with Stakeholders

As a Homewood community member you can register to ask questions during this time of the meeting on the form below.

Have questions about the Homewood Development Activities Meetings? Contact HCDC at

About the Homewood Development Activities Meeting (DAM): The Homewood DAM is a monthly forum available for residents, business owners, property owners, and other stakeholders to learn more about proposed Homewood development projects and provide feedback before the project can move forward in the City’s planning and approval process.

For Developers

What Projects Require a Meeting?

About Registered Community Organizations (RCOs)
Community organizations often tackle a great variety of issues such as social services and community cleanups. Community organizations that are concerned with the development of the community can become a Registered Community Organization (RCO) in order to have a formal role in the current development projects as well as neighborhood planning processes.
Visit the City of Pittsburgh’s RCO site.