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  • ZONING PERMIT

    EZ PERMIT DECKS- FOR NEW DECKS TO AN EXITING ONE FAMILY DWELLING AS PER ATTACHED STANDARDS. DEVIATIONS FROM THESE STANDARDS REQUIRE SUBMISSION OF CONSTRUCTION AND SITE PLANS.

    6516 N 5TH ST Issued January 17, 2018 Comment
  • ALTERATION PERMIT

    EZ PERMIT DECKS- OWNER WILL HIRE A CONTRACTOR TO PERFORM CONTRUCTION FOR NEW DECKS TO AN EXITING ONE FAMILY DWELLING AS PER ATTACHED STANDARDS. DEVIATIONS FROM THESE STANDARDS REQUIRE SUBMISSION OF CONSTRUCTION AND SITE PLANS.

    6516 N 5TH ST Issued January 17, 2018 Comment

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How and where to get rid of your Christmas tree in Philly

5th and Chelten Avenue (water reservoir)

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3901 N Delaware Avenue

5100 Grays Avenue

2601 West Glenwood Avenue

3033 South 63rd Street

Domino Lane and Umbria Street

State Road and Ashburner Street

66th and Haverford Avenue

1400 Cottman - Pennway & Cottman Ave. (Jardel Rec Center)

1400 Cottman - Pennway & Cottman Ave. (Jardel Rec Center)

54th and Woodbine Avenue

2901 Princeton Avenue (Mayfair Rec Center)

43rd and Powelton Avenue

Cathedral and Ridge Avenue

7901 Ridgeway Street (Fox Chase Rec Center)

72nd and Buist Avenue

Washington Lane and Ardleigh

8101 Bustleton Avenue

Broad & Christian Street

2900 Comly Road (Palmer Playground)

20th and Hartranft Street

Fisher and Ogontz Avenue

7231 Torresdale Avenue (Russo Park)

15th and Bigler Street

Intersection of Wayne Avenue and Logan Street

Corinthian and Poplar Street

Castor and Foulkrod Street

    How and where to get rid of your Christmas tree in Philly
    The gifts have been opened, the pies have been consumed, and 2017 has come and gone-the only sign of the holidays remaining is that glorious Christmas tree. While they bring Christmas cheer to many households for a few weeks, by January they're just in the way.
    https://philly.curbed.com

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Christmas Tree Recycling Program in Philadelphia

5th & Chelten Ave. (water reservoir)

This article has 26 other Philadelphia locations (Show)

3033 S. 63rd Street

2601 W. Glenwood Avenue

Domino Lane & Umbria Street

5100 Grays Avenue

State Road & Ashburner Street

3901 N. Delaware Avenue

66th & Haverford Ave.

1400 Cottman - Pennway & Cottman Ave. (Jardel Rec.)

1400 Cottman - Pennway & Cottman Ave. (Jardel Rec.)

54th & Woodbine Ave.

2901 Princeton Ave. (Mayfair Rec.)

43rd & Powelton Ave.

Cathedral & Ridge Ave.

7901 Ridgeway St. (Fox Chase Rec.)

72nd & Buist Ave.

Washington Ln. & Ardleigh

8101 Bustleton Ave.

Broad & Christian St.

2900 Comly Rd. - Palmer Playground

20th & Hartranft St.

Fisher & Ogontz Ave.

7231 Torresdale Ave. - Russo Park

15th & Bigler St.

Intersection of Wayne Ave & Logan St.

Corinthian & Poplar St.

Castor & Foulkrod St.

    Christmas Tree Recycling Program in Philadelphia
    The Philadelphia Streets Department has announced its Residential Christmas Tree Recycling Program. It will run from Tuesday, January 2nd to Saturday, January 13th. Residents who wish to drop off their trees to be recycled may take them to the Streets Department Sanitation Convenience Centers, open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    http://6abc.com

Dec 27

Philadelphia Announces When, Where They Will Be Collecting Christmas Trees As Part Of Recycling Program

Fifth Street and Chelten Avenue

This article has 18 other Philadelphia locations (Show)

3033 South 63rd Street

2601 West Glenwood Avenue

Domino Lane & Umbria Street

5100 Grays Avenue

State Road & Ashburner Street

3901 North Delaware Avenue

66th Street and Haverford Avenue

54th Street and Woodbine Avenue

43rd Street and Powelton Avenue

72nd Street and Buist Avenue

Seminole Street and Gravers Lane

Cathedral Road and Ridge Avenue

Washington Lane and Ardleigh Street

Lowber Avenue and Upsal Street

Foulkrod Street and Castor Avenue

Pennway Street and Cottman Avenue (Jardel Recreation Center)

Ridgeway Street and Rockwell Avenue (Fox Chase Recreation Center)

Wayne Avenue and Logan Street

    Philadelphia Announces When, Where They Will Be Collecting Christmas Trees As Part Of Recycling Program
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - The city of Philadelphia has announced when and where they'll be collecting Christmas Trees for disposal as part of their annual Christmas Tree Recycling Program. The Streets Department says the city's Tree Recycling Program will run Tuesday, Jan. 2 through Saturday, Jan. 13 from 8 a.m.
    http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com

Dec 26

Recycle your Christmas tree in Philly: How, where and when to do it

5th and Chelten Ave.

This article has 25 other Philadelphia locations (Show)

3033 S. 63rd St.

Domino Lane and Umbria St.

State Road and Ashburner St.

2601 W. Glenwood Ave.

5100 Grays Ave.

3901 N. Delaware Ave.

66th and Haverford Ave.

54th and Woodbine Ave.

43rd and Powelton Ave.

72nd and Buist Ave.

Broad and Christian St.

20th and Hartranft St.

15th and Bigler St.

Corinthian and Poplar St.

Cathedral and Ridge Ave.

Washington Ln. and Ardleigh

Fisher and Ogontz Ave.

Castor and Foulkrod St.

1400 Cottman

2901 Princeton Ave.

7901 Ridgeway St.

8101 Bustleton Ave.

2900 Comly Rd. – Palmer Playground

7231 Torresdale Ave. – Russo Park

Wayne Ave. and Logan St.

    Recycle your Christmas tree in Philly: How, where and when to do it
    As part of the 29th annual Residential Christmas Tree Recycling Program, the Philadelphia Streets Department wants you to please not trash that fir you so carefully decorated after it was chopped down. Per Streets, recycling Christmas trees cuts down on the major additional waste that goes through the city systems around the holidays.
    https://billypenn.com

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  • PLUMBING PERMIT

    REPLACE CURB TRAP AND FRESH AIR INLET... PA ONE CALL #2017-3380324(SFD) "SELF-CERTIFICATION'S ARE NO LONGER PERMITTED" - "ALL EXCAVATIONS AND PLUMBING TRENCHES IN EXCESS OF 5 FEET IN DEPTH MUST HAVE APPROVED SHORING IN PLACE AT THE TIME OF INSPECTION"

    6328 N 5TH ST Issued December 11, 2017 Comment

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East Oak Lane home clad in Wissahickon schist stone asks $260K

The architecture and homes of East Oak Lane, one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, never cease to amaze with their oversized footprints and small price tags (Remember this pretty in pink number?). This home at 6507 N. 7th Street is no different, hitting the market for $259,900.

    East Oak Lane home clad in Wissahickon schist stone asks $260K
    The architecture and homes of East Oak Lane, one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, never cease to amaze with their oversized footprints and small price tags (Remember this pretty in pink number?). This home at 6507 N. 7th Street is no different, hitting the market for $259,900.
    https://philly.curbed.com

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