Join LoMo for an Un-Townwatch training Thursday, February 21 from 6 to 8 pm at Epiphany Church (1121 Jackson Street, lower side entrance). If you have concerns about safety in our neighborhood, you can be a part of the solution. There will be a presentation by Carmetta Dickerson, Town Watch Integrated Services. Questions? Email email@example.com … More Un-Townwatch Training, Thursday, Feb. 21
The Philadelphia Department of Public Health is holding a Naloxone (Narcan) Giveaway Day on Thursday, December 13th from 11:00 am to 5:30 pm at the South Philadelphia Library as part of Stop Overdoses in PA Week. Each individual will be able to get one kit (2 doses per kit) and no personal information will be … More Naloxone Giveaway Day
Thursday, November 15, 2018, 6:30 – 8 p.m. Epiphany Church 1121 Jackson St. lower entrance next to rectory Training will be provided by Carmetta Dickerson, Town Watch Integrated Services “Get to know your neighbor before you need to know them!”
In Summer 2017, the City completed Phase 1 of the South Philadelphia 13th and 15th Street Neighborhood Bikeway Project: installing bicycle priority and wayfinding signage in South Philadelphia and Center City. The limits of the project are Market Street to Oregon Avenue on both 13th and 15th Streets. The project is being implemented in two phases. In … More South Philadelphia Bikeway Project -Survey for Phase 2
When: Wednesday, June 13, 2018 @ 6:00pm Where: PPD Building @ 11th and Wharton
The Philadelphia Streets Department announced yesterday that it would begin installing speed cushions to various roads around the city where speeding has been identified as a problem: From the Streets Department press release: Speeding is a major cause of many crashes and is one of the top complaints received from City residents. The speed cushions … More Philadelphia Streets Department to Begin Adding “Speed Cushions” in Various Locations
The City of Philadelphia has a great Anti-Graffiti Network that responds promptly to requests they receive to remove graffiti. Did you know that you don’t have to be the property owner of a graffitied property in order to request that it be removed? Did you know that you can report graffiti online, completely anonymously, and that it … More Report Graffiti Online. Get Results.