2017 Tyler Street TDI Planning Report
The City of Pittsfield's Cultural Development Office in partnership with TDI are looking for mural designs for Tyler Street.
Press coverage of the call found here: http://www.iberkshires.com/story/54155/Pittsfield-Seeks-Artist-To-Paint-Mural-On-Tyler-Street.html
The Berkshire Dream Center's Mobile Food Pantry schedule is as follows:
1st Saturday: Providence Court @ 1:30 PM
2nd Wednesday: Wilson Park @ 4:00 PM
2nd Thursday: White Terrace @ 6:00 PM
4th Thursday: Central Annex @ 6:00 PM
Last Tuesday: Morningside @ 5:30 PM
Interested in co-working space in downtown Pittsfield? Check out the following page for more information: https://www.pittsfieldcoworking.com/
You can learn about what co-work is and also get more information about opportunities in downtown Pittsfield.
Morningside Up wants you to be involved! Join our Neighborhood Advisory Council. The NAC is a representative group of community activists and volunteer leaders who live and work in the Morningside neighborhood. As well-informed advisors, NAC members are routinely solicited for their views and opinions and often influence decisions impacting the project. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 413.344.0816.
* Morningside Up aims to use food as a creative platform to revitalize the neighborhood.
Located at Reid Middle School, 6-8pm. Come learn about safety and community development in Morningside. Free giveaways and more! For more info, click here.
The Tyler Street Public Safety pop-up rescheduled for November 15 at Reid Middle School due to the bad weather forecast. New information on event found here.
Thank you to everyone who came out to the TDI Open House.
Great food, great art, great fun, great turn out. Thanks to all for making it a great success.
Don't forget the Harvest Dinner tonight at Morningside Community School! Come and join us for food and fun.
Thanks to all those who dropped by the TDI Living at the Discover Tyler Street festival. The following are responses we received to the question, "what projects or types of development would you like to see happening in the neighborhood?"
- coop/ locally owned grocery (5 responses)
-more diverse culinary options/ international restaurants or cuisine (4 responses)
- community center (2 responses)
- yoga/health studio (2 responses)
- more parks and playgrounds (2 responses)
-clothing/ accessories boutique
Thanks to everyone for their comments and input.
Thank you for visiting the Pittsfield Transformative Development Initiative (TDI) page! This page serves as a tool for community members to engage with the TDI process. Please feel free to explore the site to:
Please add a comment or question in the box to the right or visit the Comments section to share your ideas with us.