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|11/23/2010 Volunteer join in to make sure no one goes hungry on Thanksgiving Day|
|5/16/2010 Pittsburgh's Hilltop communities puts best face forward|
|2/24/2010 PPND invests more than $1.3M in Pittsburgh city neighborhoods for 2010|
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What Bon Air lacks in geographic size, it more than makes up for in heart as a neighborhood that is dedicated to maintaining its residents' quality of life through the efforts and dedication of the entire community.
Located south of Downtown, Bon Air affords its residents the benefits of residing in a "suburban" setting, as well as the benefits of all that the City of Pittsburgh provides - such as great public transportation and access to the “T” line.
Civic pride is readily noticed as you walk or drive down the tree-lined streets, where the view includes well maintained homes and landscaped yards. The neighborhood is a balanced mix of families, young professionals and senior citizens.
The Marc Kolenda Basketball Court, Bon Air Tot Lot, and the recent addition of a Veteran's Monument area provide recreational and inspirational facilities for both the adults and children of Bon Air and the surrounding communities of Overbrook, Carrick, and Knoxville.
With the efforts and leadership provided by a community association in existence over 50 years, the neighborhood continues to grow and prosper.
SchoolsFamilies in Bon Air 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 Bon Air, including:
- Pittsburgh Carmalt Science and Technology PreK-8 Magnet
- Pittsburgh Concord K-5
- Pittsburgh Roosevelt PreK-5
- Pittsburgh West Liberty K-5
- Pittsburgh Brookline K-8
- Pittsburgh South Brook 6-8
- Pittsburgh Carrick 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 Bon Air enjoy these branches:
- Carrick Library
- Brookline Library
- Knoxville Library