East Allegheny, also known as Deutschtown, is part of the Northside region. It has a ZIP Code of 15212, and has representation on Pittsburgh City Council by the council member for District 1. The Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire houses 32 Engine and 32 Truck in Deutschtown.
East Allegheny is named because of its location in the Eastern part of the former city of Allegheny (annexed in 1906). Deutschtown Historic District is the name of the national historic district due to the neighborhood's German-influenced history.
East Allegheny is composed of "East Deutschtown," an area that is bounded by East Street, East Ohio Street, Goehring Street and Vinial Streets, and "West Deutschtown," which extends from Cedar Avenue to East Street and from the Norfolk Southern Mainline to Dunloe Street.
The neighborhood citizens group is the East Allegheny Community Council.
You may contact this group by logging onto