35 hours ago

  • ELECTRICAL PERMIT

    INSTALL 1" PVC IN TRENCH FOR SECURITY CHECK POINT SYSTEM, INSTALL 120V/20AMP DEDICATED CIRCUIT FOR MOTORIZED DOOR, INSTALL 120V/20AMP DEDICATED CIRCUIT FOR ONLINE PICK-UP STATION AND RELOCATE EXISTING WIRING FOR NEW DOOR OPENING AS PER 2008 NEC (WEST DISTRICT)

    2461-83 N 54TH ST Issued June 22, 2018 Comment

5 days ago

5 days ago

Here's the list of the first 64 parks, rec centers, playgrounds and libraries that'll receive Rebuild money, funded mostly by the soda tax

5325 Overbrook Avenue

This article has 59 other Philadelphia locations (Show)

2032-62 N 8th Street

600 Port Royal Avenue

1450 N 26th Street

641 Lindley Avenue

2109 W Chew Avenue

900 Federal Street

1701 Belmont Avenue

5801 W Girard Avenue

2020-50 W Lehigh Avenue

851 W Olney Avenue

1800 Washington Avenue

700 Cobbs Creek Parkway

280 Cobbs Creek Parkway

2901 Cedar Street

4423 Longshore Avenue

800-82 N 8th Street

1202-32 E Montgomery Avenue

2400 N 11th Street

601 Borbeck Ave

5800 Chester Avenue

3267-81 Almond Street

575 Tomlinson Road

147 Master Street

4740 Wayne Avenue

3455 Kensington Avenue

9850 Roosevelt Boulevard

2136 Castor Avenue

1919-41 W Ontario Street

4901 Kingsessing Avenue

6000 Rising Sun Avenue

5800 Cobbs Creek Parkway

5543 Haverford Avenue

3720 N Broad Street

6942 Woodland Avenue

2000 Washington Lane

5100 Pine Street

740 S 17th Street

2101-35 Cecil B. Moore Avenue

601 E Indiana Avenue

400-64 E Ontario Street

732-66 N 36th Street

5700 Torresdale Avenue

300 Shunk Street

Olney Recreation Center / Hammond and Nedro

3101-27 N 22nd Street

8101 Bustleton Avenue

1501 E Bristol Street

9201 N Delaware Avenue

2987 Almond Street

3201 North 5th Street

7301 Torresdale Avenue

5700 Haverford Avenue

2200 E Auburn Street

2600 Morris Street

5710-18 Germantown Avenue

4131 Unruh Avenue

2502-12 N Howard Street

5100 Westminster Avenue

200-64 E Olney Avenue

    City Council approves first 64 Rebuild sites: Here's what's coming! | Office of the Mayor
    In early June 2018, City Council approved the first round of sites for Rebuild! Here's what that means and why that's important. Rebuild is the City's program to improve parks, rec centers, playgrounds, and libraries across Philly's neighborhoods. Most sites will be funded through bonds paid for by the Philadelphia Beverage Tax.
    https://beta.phila.gov

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Read to Succeed Summer Program

June 25th - July 19th 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM at the Overbrook Education Center 6722 Lansdowne Avenue for students entering 1st through 3rd grades only. Free breakfast and lunch! Free eye exams and glasses courtesy of Wills Eye Hospital. Call 215-279-7450 ext 202 to register or send an email to read2succeedphiladelphia@gmail.com

Jun 09

Jun 03

  • SUPPRESSION PERMIT

    INSTALLING AN AUTOMATIC CLEAN AGENT FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS IN THE INSTALLING AN HFC-125 AUTOMATIC CLEAN AGENT FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEM IN ACCORDANCE WITH NFPA 2001 AND PLAN IN 4 BUILDING ROOMS. MOORE HALL - BASEMENT TELEPHONE EQUIPMENT ROOM. MAGUIRE WOLFINGTON HALL - BASEMENT MDF ROOM. LAFARGE HALL - BASEMENT IT ROOM. VILLAGER HALL - 1ST FLOOR TELE/DATA ROOM. WE ARE INSTALLING THESE SYSTEMS IN ONE ROOM ONLY IN EACH HALL. **NO WORK TO THE ENTIRE BUILDING**

    5500 CITY AVE Issued May 31, 2018 Comment

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May 12

  • DEMOLITION PERMIT

    BARBELIN HALL 1ST & 2ND FLOOR BATHROOMS EZ INTERIOR DEMOLITION- FOR THE INTERIOR DEMOLITION ON NON-BEARING PARTITION WALL AND CEILINGS AS PER ATTACHED STANDARD. DEVIATIONS FROM THESE STANDARDS REQUIRE SUBMISSION OF CONSTRUCTION AND SITE PLANS.

    5400 CITY AVE Issued May 10, 2018 Comment
  • USE PERMIT

    FOR AN EXISTING SIT-DOWN RESTAURANT AT FIRST FLOOR IN THE SAME BUILDING WITH SINGLE FAMILY HOUSEHOLD LIVING AT SECOND FLOOR.NO SIGN ON THIS APPLICATION

    2453 N 54TH ST Issued May 10, 2018 Comment

May 09

  • ALTERATION PERMIT

    LEVEL II INTERIOR ALTERATIONS (NO CHANGE OF OCCUPANCY) FOR RENOVATIONS TO EXISTING UNIVERISTY BOOK STORE ON THE FIRST FLOOR OF AN EXISTING BUILDING TO INCLUDE CREATION OF OPENING INTO ADJACENT COFFEE SHOP TENANT SPACE AS PER APPROVED PLANS. EXISTING BUILDING FULLY SPRINKLERED. **SEPARATE PERMITS REQUIRED FOR ANY MEP, FIRE SUPPRESSION OR SIGN WORK**

    2461-83 N 54TH ST Issued May 7, 2018 Comment

May 09

Architectural Polymers posted 11 photos to Flickr:

May 07

With the new month of May, we are offering gr...

With the new month of May, we are offering great programs for you! The Friends of Wynnefield Library have three programs: Zumba classes at 6 pm. on May 9, 23, and 30. The last class will be on June 6. Space is limited and the class is almost full, so don't delay. Sign up at the front desk. The Book and Bake Sale will be on Thursday, May 17 at 3:30 pm, and a Financial Literacy Workshop will be held on May 21 at 6:30 pm. Hope to see you here at Wynnefield Library!

    https://www.facebook.com

May 07

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May 04

Philadelphia Passport Agency Opportunities

The Philadelphia Passport Agency has multiple openings for Passport Specialists through the Pathways Internship Experience Program.

May 04

Carroll Park Renovation project

Here is the presentation on the Carroll Park Renovation project from Parks & Rec, PWD, Fairmount Park Conservancy, and the Pa Horticultural Society.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5xOfWxXmaTxVW1EdFF3RVdQNHQzbms2N2plc211cUdPbldN/view?usp=sharing

    180426_CarrollPark_CommunityMeeting05-sm.pdf
    https://drive.google.com

May 04

May 03

April 19th was such a busy day at Wynnefield ...

April 19th was such a busy day at Wynnefield library. In the morning, we had a glorious time celebrating with our One Book Every Young Child storytime featuring Zachariah Ohara's book, "My Cousin Momo. We had a wonderful traveling trunk full of activities to enjoy including puzzles, matching activities, puppets, and super hero action figures. In the afternoon, The Friends of Wynnefield Library hosted their Book and Bake Sale to the delight of our patrons. Also during the afternoon, the Office of Emergency Management held their monthly ReadyCommunity meeting with special guests from PGW. They provided attendees with vital information and great giveaways!

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