We want to make the LoMo community aware about the SEPTA Forward: Bus Revolution initiative, a comprehensive redesign of SEPTA’s entire bus network to make buses more reliable, efficient, and simpler to understand and use. As a part of this effort, SEPTA has released two unique network options which reimagine the regional bus network as … More SEPTA’s Bus Revolution + How It Impacts Our Neighborhood
2022 Spring Flea MarketSaturday, May 21, 2022 (rain date: Sunday, May 22, 2022)9 AM to 3 PMSouth Philadelphia High School (2101 S Broad St) Registration Form Here More information about our flea market, including a layout of the market, can be found on our website page for the market.
The Meadows at South Philly’s FDR Park are an incredible outdoor open space, with wild fields and parklands that offer hours of enjoyment for visitors to hike, jog, picnic, walk their dog or explore with friends and family members alike. Yet city officials are pushing a destructive proposal that could decimate a huge swath of … More Let’s Celebrate A Great South Philly Greenspace!
For residents and businesses: See links below for resources in multiple languages. Philadelphia’s plastic bag ban goes into effect on October 1, 2021. The ban prohibits retail establishments from providing single-use plastic bags and paper bags that do not meet certain requirements. Philadelphians use about 1 billion plastic bags each year! Listen to Christine Knapp, Director of Sustainability, share … More Get Ready for the City’s Plastic Bag Ban!
Call community Legal Services, tenant hotline at 267-443-2500 Thanks to so many wonderful neighbors sharing on Nextdoor we thought we should share. Information will be added to our website https://www.phila.gov/services/property-lots-housing/report-a-bed-bug-law-violation/ and Click to access Philadelphia-Bed-Bug-Brochure-2021_NoDate.pdf
Friday, July 2 Barry (1800 Johnston St., 1914 Saturday, July 3 Murphy (300 W Shunk St., 19148) OPENING Soon; date to be announced Ford (609 Snyder Ave., 19148) See full list of city pools here: https://www.inquirer.com/philly-tips/philadelphia-city-pools-20210628.html