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|2/14/2011 Mayor unveils vision for Allegheny Riverfront|
|2/9/2011 Bill would protect 40 acres in Morningside, Stanton Heights|
|10/18/2010 The coffee flows early and often in Pittsburgh|
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Morningside is one of Pittsburgh's best kept secrets. Close-knit and friendly, neighbors live in two-story brick homes with old fashioned porches that encourage long talks or quick chats with friends and neighbors. Children ride their bicycles in the gentle shade of the trees that line the sidewalks, and joggers have two-square miles of neighborhood to explore.
Located east of Downtown, the neighborhood is distinguished by its tree-lined streets and two-story brick homes with porches. It was a farming community until 1905, when the Chislett Street trolley line came. Major residential development followed several years later.
A featured annual event here is the St. Rocco Festival, which takes place for two days in August and consists of an Italian mass followed by singing, dancing and a fireworks display.
There are plenty of ball fields and playgrounds for children, and it is within walking distance of Highland Park and the Pittsburgh Zoo, and is just a short drive to the Waterworks Mall.
Morningside remains a stable, prosperous community for its hard-working residents. The neighborhood has strong ethnic roots, with local churches playing an active role in community programs.
SchoolsFamilies in Morningside enjoy a variety of educational options. The Pittsburgh Public School District - which was recently named one of the Country's Top Ten Large Urban Districts by GreatSchools.org - offers a mix of neighborhood schools and specialized magnet choices in or near Morningside, including:
- Pittsburgh Liberty International Studies K-5 Magnet
- Pittsburgh Fort Pitt PreK-5
- Pittsburgh Montessori PreK-5 Magnet
- Pittsburgh Fulton International Studies PreK-5 Magnet
- Pittsburgh Dilworth Tradtional Academy PreK-5 Magnet
- Pittsburgh Woolslair K-5
- Pittsburgh Obama International Baccalaureate 6-12 Magnet
- Pittsburgh Peabody 9-12
If you are interested in private, parochial, or charter school options, please visit the "Education" section of our resource page for links.
LibrariesThe Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is one of the oldest and most respected public library systems in the country. Established by Andrew Carnegie as a public trust in 1895, CLP has 19 locations throughout the City of Pittsburgh. Neighbors in Morningside enjoy these branches:
- Lawrenceville Library
- East Liberty Library