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Hi. I'm Corey O'Connor.

I first ran for City Council because I have a passion for Pittsburgh. I love the neighborhoods where I grew up and their deep sense of community. I learned a lot about service from my neighbors: They’re the type of people who help folks they’ve never met because it’s the right thing to do. Every day, they strengthen our community.

Watching these true Pittsburghers, I saw that when we come together, we can make a real difference where it matters most — where we live.

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City to enforce 'clean construction' law on new bridge in Swisshelm Park's Duck Hollow 1

City to enforce ‘clean construction’ law on new bridge in Swisshelm Park’s Duck Hollow

February 21, 2019

Pittsburgh will finally enforce its seven-year-old clean construction law as it breaks ground this spring on a new bridge in the city’s isolated Duck Hollow […]

Hundreds Take To The Streets For Women’s March In Downtown Pittsburgh 2

Hundreds Take To The Streets For Women’s March In Downtown Pittsburgh

January 19, 2019

Although this weekend’s reported snowstorm did not show up, hundreds of Pittsburgh-area residents did, filling up Downtown streets for the third annual Women’s March on […]

Corey O'Connor will run for third term on Pittsburgh City Council 3

Corey O’Connor will run for third term on Pittsburgh City Council

January 11, 2019

Pittsburgh City Councilman Corey O’Connor announced Friday that he will run for a third term in 2018. O’Connor, the son of late Pittsburgh Mayor Bob […]

Representing Us

Corey represents nine neighborhoods in one of the most diverse and exciting parts of our city. It’s home to Frick and Schenley Parks, the gorgeous Monongahela riverfront, and thriving business districts reflecting each neighborhood’s distinct personality. If you live in Glen Hazel, Greenfield, Hays, Hazelwood, Lincoln Place, New Homestead, Regent Square, Squirrel Hill South, or Swisshelm Park, Corey’s your voice.