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Phila. Streets Dept. 22h
The Passyunk Avenue Drawbridge between 26th and 61st Streets will be closed temporarily to all traffic overnight Thursday, January 23rd between the hours of 10p and 4a Friday
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ISEPTAPHILLY Jan 23
All are invited to attend a Public Open House on Wednesday, January 29 at SEPTA HQ where staff will provide an update on SEPTA's Capital Program: .
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oTIS Philadelphia 23h
“We need to make sure everyone in the restaurant industry — and in the city as a whole — can get to work safely and affordably, and protected bike lanes are a move in the right direction.”
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ISEPTAPHILLY Jan 22
🚎 Starting Sunday, January 26, will operate buses in place of trolleys for the entire length of the Route 15 to accommodate roadway construction and vehicle rehabilitation: .
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Philly311 Jan 22
If you live in Philadelphia and you are over the age of 13, you can get the ! Learn more about this government-issued ID card, and make an appointment to get one ⬇️
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SEPTA_SOCIAL Jan 21
Good morning all. Please allow extra time for service while traveling in today's frigid temps. Please dress warm & in layers. Tweet us if you need us!
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City of Philadelphia Jan 20
Remember! Trash and recycling pickups are one day behind this week because of today's holiday. Put your bags out one day later than you normally do. 🗑♻️
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City of Philadelphia Jan 18
Did you hear? plans to expand street cleaning to every neighborhood by 2023 and add 40 miles of protected bike lanes. Learn more about his commitment to make our streets safer and cleaner for everyone.
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oTIS Philadelphia Jan 21
🚸🚦 Help protect children traveling to and from school. Learn more about the crossing guard position and apply by January 31 ⬇️
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oTIS Philadelphia Jan 17
The City received the 2019 Bike Apron, featuring signatures from Philadelphia restaurant workers in support of protected bike lanes.
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oTIS Philadelphia Jan 17
Thank you to all of the residents, merchants, and community members who came out to talk about improvements at Broad, Germantown, and Erie!
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Homeless Services Jan 16
Due to cold temperatures and anticipated wind chills, a Code Blue is now in effect. We're taking special measures to keep people experiencing homelessness safe. Call 215-232-1984 to request street outreach.
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Philadelphia Parks & Recreation Jan 17
Happy Friday! Monday is Martin Luther King Jr. Day! Give back to your community by finding one of our parks or recreation centers to volunteer with for the day. ➡️
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Philly MDO Events Jan 17
Happy Friday! Tomorrow is the 2020 Women's March Philadelphia ⬇️ ➡️ Road Closures begin 8 AM ➡️ March begins 10 AM List of closures and parking restrictions can be found here ➡️
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Phila. Streets Dept. Jan 17
All City of Philadelphia offices will be closed and City services curtailed on Monday, January 20, in recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. There will be no trash and recycling collections. Collections will be one day behind schedule for the remainder of the week.
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oTIS Philadelphia Jan 16
Want to see 's second term priorities for cleaner and safer streets? Check out the full list here ⬇️
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oTIS Philadelphia Jan 15
✅ Paid time off ✅ Uniform allowance ✅ Pension benefits ✅ Career opportunities ...And more! Learn about the benefits of becoming a and apply by January 31 ⬇️ "
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Jim Kenney Jan 15
Play a part in history, help your community, and get paid to do it. In Philadelphia, the U.S. Census Bureau is hiring more than 3,000 temporary workers to ensure a complete census in the city, and we need your help. Apply here ➡️
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Philly City Rep Jan 15
The next time you visit City Hall, be sure to check out the artwork of our city employees and their families on display through January 24!
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oTIS Philadelphia Jan 15
Join us tomorrow! On Thurs., Jan 16, City and community representatives will hold a Resource Fair at the Zion Baptist Church to talk about improvements coming to Broad, Germantown, and Erie. Learn more ⬇️
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