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Assessment Appeal Assistance Counseling

Pittsburgh Mayor Luke Ravenstahl says the city will be giving residents some extra help with the assessment process. City Council and the Controller's Office will be deploying staff members to a dozen senior centers as well as to the City-County Building next week. Volunteers will be available from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. to allow for 30-minute, one-on-one sessions.

To make an appointment, residents need to follow a two-step process:

  • Call the Mayor's 311 Response Line to schedule a 30-minute meeting at their local senior center
  • Bring their photo I.D. and property assessment notice from the County to the scheduled meeting

The Mayor's Office say the 311 Response Line will be open extended hours, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday in order to schedule residents.


Complete list of 12 Senior Center Locations & City-County Building:

Beechview Senior Center
1555 Broadway Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15216

Morningside Senior Center
6944 Presidents Way
Pittsburgh, PA 15206

Brashear Senior Center
2005 Sarah St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15203

Mt. Washington Senior Center*
122 Virginia Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15211

Brighton Heights Senior Center
3515 McClure Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Northside Senior Center
Allegheny Square
Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Greenfield Senior Center
745 Greenfield Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15217

Sheraden Senior Center*
720 Sherwood Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15204

Hazelwood Senior Center
5344 Second Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15207

West End Senior Center*
80 Wabash St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15220

Homewood Senior Center
7321 Frankstown Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15208

City-County Building
414 Grant St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Lawrenceville Senior Center
4600 Butler St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15201

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