List of Pittsburgh neighborhoods

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This is a list of neighborhoods in the city of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Generally neighborhood development followed ward boundaries, although the City Planning Commission has defined some neighborhood areas.[1] The map of neighborhoods presented here is based on the official designations from the City of Pittsburgh.[2]

Squirrel Hill South Greenfield Hazelwood Glen Hazel Hays New Homestead Lincoln Place St. Clair Arlington Arlington Heights Mt. Oliver Carrick Overbrook Brookline Bon Air Beltzhoover Knoxville Beechview Mt. Washington South Side Slopes Allentown South Side Flats South Shore Duquesne Heights Banksville Swisshelm Park Ridgemont West End Westwood Oakwood East Carnegie Elliott Crafton Heights Sheraden Esplen Chartiers City Windgap Fairywood Regent Square Point Breeze Point Breeze North Homewood West Homewood South East Hills Homewood North Lincoln–Lemington–Belmar Larimer Squirrel Hill North Shadyside South Oakland Central Oakland North Oakland West Oakland Bluff Central Business District Strip District Crawford-Roberts Bedford Dwellings Middle Hill Terrace Village Polish Hill Highland Park Lower Lawrenceville Upper Hill Central Lawrenceville Upper Lawrenceville Stanton Heights Morningside Bloomfield Garfield Friendship East Liberty Herrs Island Brunot Island North Shore Troy Hill Chateau Manchester California-Kirkbride Allegheny West Allegheny Center Central Northside East Allegheny Fineview Spring Garden Spring Hill–City View Northview Heights Perry South Marshall-Shadeland Brighton Heights Perry North Summer Hill Pittsburgh Pennsylvania
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List of municipalities annexed[edit]

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jones, Diana N. (June 5, 2006). "Defining city neighborhoods an imprecise process". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Retrieved December 7, 2009. 
  2. ^ "City of Pittsburgh Maps". City of Pittsburgh. Retrieved December 7, 2009. 
  3. ^ "The Growth of Pittsburgh: Annexation and Population".