University seeks more community input on Institutional Master Plan

The sixth public meeting on Pitt’s Institutional Master Plan will be from 6 to 8 p.m. June 10 at the William Pitt Union. The meeting will focus on all of the potential University development sites that are part of the IMP.

The Institutional Master Plan provides a framework for the development of the Pittsburgh campus. Transportation management, environmental protections, neighborhood protections, and long-term development are all components included in this planning document.

The final document must be submitted to and approved by the City of Pittsburgh. In order to ensure responsiveness to the community, the Office of Community and Governmental Relations in partnership with the University's Facilities Management Office has been holding community meetings and soliciting feedback on elements of the plan.

If you have not had an opportunity to attend one of these meetings, you can visit this website for more information and upcoming meetings. As individual developments within the IMP move forward, they will follow all required city approval processes including a public presentation with Oakland Planning and Development Corp. — the registered community organization of record for Oakland. 

Questions and comments can be directed to the Community and Governmental Relations office by email at or by phone: 412-624-7755.