If you’re wondering how to get a stimulus check without having filed your taxes, see this information from the City of Philadelphia. Information in English, and Spanish is here.
SEAMAAC surpassed their $24K goal for the Elders grocery initiative and instead raised $29,000! They are able to continue delivering over 180 shipments of groceries per week to Elders and highly vulnerable community members across Vietnamese, Lao, Bhutanese, Chin, Indonesian, Chinese, Karen, Cambodian and Latinx communities. Serving as part of the frontline during the current COVID-19 … More $29K Raised for AAPI Elders by SEAMAAC
The City is offering free pregnancy, baby, and toddler support during COVID-19. See this link for City services.
The City of Philadelphia has set up food sites throughout the city where any resident can pick up free food for their household. We encourage you to use these sites if you are in need of food. You can find more information on the City’s website by clicking here. Liberty Resources is offering contact-free deliveries … More Food Delivery Available for Those Unable to Access City Sites
There will be free COVID-19 testing, April 28, at 23rd and Snyder, from 10 am to 4 pm.
June 2 is the NEW date for Pennsylvania’s Primary To protect the health and safety of all Pennsylvanians while ensuring access to voting, the PA primary election has been rescheduled to Tuesday, June 2. Also, a new mail-in ballot option is available to ALL Pennsylvania voters. Vote from the comfort and safety of your home: … More Voting Instructions for June 2 Primary
April 07, 2020 Dear SEPTA Key Customer: During this challenging and unprecedented time, I want you to know that SEPTA has been laser-focused on operating a safe transportation system, both for the region’s essential workers and our employees. While it feels strange to discourage you from taking SEPTA and using your Key Card – unless … More A Message from SEPTA General Manager Leslie Richards
Recycling Collections Reduced to Every Other Week Pickup As the City continues to address the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, the Streets Department has been challenged with maintaining trash and recycling collection on a consistent schedule. Effective Monday, April 6th, the Philadelphia Department of Streets introduces additional changes to its operations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Recycling materials … More Recycling Is Now Every Other Week
We have received reports from several of our partners that Census Bureau impersonators are going door-to-door in the Kensington area of Philadelphia. The male actors asked for money and requested the completed paper questionnaire to “return to the Census Bureau”. These men are NOT employees of the U.S. Census Bureau or authorized to collect … More Census Alert
Due to COVID-19 precautions, all LoMo public meetings and activities are cancelled up until March 31. We will reassess the situation on April 1. We encourage everyone – our friends, neighbors and local businesses – to follow safe practices but also to remain calm. The LoMo Spring Flea Market (April 25) Registration is still open at this … More COVID-19 Update