At Riverlife (formerly Riverlife Task Force), our mission is simple: Reclaim, restore and promote Pittsburgh’s riverfronts. Make them the environmental, recreational, cultural and economic hub for the people of this region and our visitors.
Our vision is Three Rivers Park. Pittsburgh’s grand, 13-mile continuous loop of riverfront parks and trails is almost 70% complete!
This huge urban waterfront park along the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio rivers in downtown Pittsburgh will provide a continuous link to exciting new park spaces, amenities and commercial destinations. See how it’s taking shape.
Ever since 1999, Riverlife has been thinking about strategies to reconnect people to the rivers. We’ve learned valuable lessons and have created guidelines based on best practices for designing and developing riverfronts of all sizes. Here we have collected these resources for easy access and application across Southwestern Pennsylvania to launch conversations about the opportunities for improvements in the many river communities throughout the region.
Riverlife's annual fundraiser celebration is Friday, August 28 on the North Shore
Over 150 volunteers help paint the 800-ft. mural under the Ft. Duquesne Bridge
Text GROW to 51555 for photos and updates
"#TBD" display and mural will improve area underneath Fort Duquesne Bridge
Mayor Peduto, Riverlife to announce public art project under Fort Duquesne Bridge