Many of our local restaurants and breweries offer takeout and/or delivery service; we encourage you to continue to support these local businesses.
Health and safety practices are SportsPITTSBURGH’s top priority as you plan to compete in Pittsburgh.
Rest assure that SportsPITTSBURGH, our elected officials, health organizations and our meeting and tourism partners are all together in ensuring that your meeting attendees can feel confident about visiting and competing in Pittsburgh.
We are adhering to our county and statewide regulations, and our hotels are ensuring that they exceed their brand standards when it comes to hotel cleanliness. While the phrase, “the new normal,” has become part of our everyday conversation, normal for us means that we continue to exceed your highest expectation.
We look forward to hosting your next competition in Pittsburgh.
There are several transportation options available to help you get around Allegheny County, and most of these businesses have implemented changes. Learn more at our Ride Safely page.
Events and gatherings other than those in businesses in the retail food services industry are limited to 25 persons for indoor events and gatherings and 100 persons for outdoor events and gatherings. This includes, but is not limited to: concerts, festivals, fairs, conferences, sporting events, movie showings or theater performances.
As you plan your next meeting in Pittsburgh, we remind you that our city has plenty of green space. The city’s five parks span 2,000 acres, and the county nine parks encompass more than 12,000 acres and feature more than 180 miles of multi-use trails. Whether it’s cycling, golfing, boating or kayaking – Pittsburgh has many outdoor activities which allow for social distancing.
Our goal is to help safely deliver the Pittsburgh experience you have grown to love and expect. This page will continue to evolve as more information is shared. Remember – you are welcomed here!