County Government Children Youth & Family Div of Dhs

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County Government Children Youth & Family Div of Dhs
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1401 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
(412) 350-3600

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Punkin Chunkin 11a-2p Sat Oct 21 Hartwood Amph. Watch us launch pumpkins across field! Kids can build mini-catapult twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

Don't miss Punkin Chunkin 11 am-2 pm on Sat., Oct. 21, at Hartwood Amphitheater. Watch SHARP Robotics launch pumpkins across the field with a trebuchet. Kids can build their very own mini-catapult! There will also be games, activities and food trucks. The event is free and open to all!


Campfire Ghost Stories Oct 21 7pm #HarrisonHillsPark Yakaon Shelter. Kids get surprise. Wear costume to win prizes! twitter.com/i/web/status/9…


New #SouthPark Off-Leash Area Grand Opening 12 noon on Sat Oct 21 at McCorkle Rd & Ridge Rd. Free giveaways & twitter.com/i/web/status/9…

Join us at 12 noon on Sat., Oct. 21, for the grand opening of South Park's new off-leash area at McCorkle Road and Ridge Road. The first 50 people with a dog will receive an ice skating pass. We'll also have giveaways from the county parks, Paws Across Pittsburgh and WISH 99.7 Street Treat Patrol.

Allegheny County added an event.
Join us for the grand opening of the new South Park Off-Leash Area at the intersection of McCorkle Road and Ridge Road (up hill from amphitheater and horse ring). We'll have free giveaways for you and your dog from the Allegheny County Parks and Paws Across Pittsburgh! The first 50 people with a dog will also receive a free ice skating pass. The WISH 99.7 Street Treat Patrol will be giving out free trick or treat bags from 12:00 noon-1:30 p.m.
Join us for the grand opening of the new South Park Off-Leash Area at the intersection of McCorkle Road and Ridge Road (up hill from amphitheater and horse ring). We'll have free giveaways for you and your dog from the Allegheny County Parks and @[846456882131760:274:Paws Across Pittsburgh]! The first 50 people with a dog will also receive a free ice skating pass. The @[354421665216:274:WISH 99.7] Street Treat Patrol will be giving out free trick or treat bags from 12:00 noon-1:30 p.m.
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Office of the Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald announced today that the Department of Human Services (DHS) Area Agency on Aging (AAA) has received full accreditation for case management for long term services and supports from the National Committee on Quality Assurance (NCQA). Previously reserved for health organizations, this is the first time that this accreditation has been awarded for case management services. Read more: http://www.alleghenycounty.us/News/2017/County-Executive-2017/6442459556.aspx

While National Fire Prevention Week just ended, with recent events in our area, it's never a bad time to remind residents "Every Second Counts, Plan Two Ways Out." From Allegheny County Emergency Services: According to the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA), you may have less than two minutes to get out safely once the smoke alarms sound. Use these seven steps from USFA to develop and practice your fire escape plan during Fire Prevention Week: • Draw a map of your home with all the doors and windows. • Find two ways out of every room. • Do not block doors and windows. • Choose an outside meeting place in front of your home. • Push the test button to sound the smoke alarm. • Practice your drill with everyone in the home. • Get outside to your meeting place. The USFA recommends everyone have working smoke alarms, replace all smoke alarms when they are 10 years old, practice a home fire escape plan, and consider installing home fire sprinklers in their home. Find more information about smoke alarms, escape plans, and home fire sprinklers as well as other fire safety topics at www.usfa.fema.gov.
Learn about the federal agency working for a fire-safe America: the U.S. Fire Administration. http://1.usa.gov/1JIWzIl


Pittsburgh: 300 block Millbridge St - working 3-alarm fire w/unknown injuries


Robinson: Tractor trailer rolled over blocking all of I79 Southbound at mile marker 62 in Robinson. Ems, Fire, & state police all on scene.