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STATUS: In Progress Spring 2018
28 hours ago
By Christina Moresi, M.Ed., Wissahickon Environmental Center
2 days ago
There is a Town Watch training tonight (2/20) at 7pm at the 5th District. The 21st Ward Town Watch is actively looking for members. The overall responsibility of the group is to observe, document, and report. By being the “eyes and ears” and reporting concerns to the 5th District, they take a major part in assisting with crime prevention.
Join the conversation at State Rep. Pam DeLissio's 70th Townhall Meeting. Details below.
Natural Resources (DCNR) Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn announced that Forbidden Drive located in Wissahickon Valley Park, has been named 2018 Trail of the Year.
By John Holback
Love your neighborhood? We do! 😍 Our regular monthly membership is ON for February 14th at 7pm at Northern Children's Services.
by Steve Lawrence
By Susan Dannenberg, Chair, FoCT Board of Directors
By Peg Shaw, Project Manager
Join the conversation at State Representative Pam DeLissio's 69th Townhall Meeting. Details below.
Happy New Year! Become a member of WICA or renew your membership today for just $10 a year! This can be done through our website using PayPal or in person at a meeting. All memberships need to be renewed annually in January. Membership dues help fund the organization and members get to vote on WICA activity.
The WICA General Membership meets the second Wednesday of every month. Meetings are held in the Board Room of Northern Children’s Services. The entrance can be found on the Righter Street side of the main building. All are welcome to attend.
What is Wissahickon Valley Park? This is the question we posed at a public meeting in January of this year, part of a public dialogue that helped us determine what is achievable for FOW’s Strategic Blueprint 2018-2020. Through this meeting and the entire process of developing the Blueprint, we learned that the Wissahickon is not simply a nature preserve, a woodland, a forest, an urban park, or a watershed park. It is all these things and more.
EveryBlock collects 20 types of news in Philadelphia — including articles, real estate listings, meetups and conversations neighbors are having — and organizes it by location. Here is all the recent news and discussion near 1000-1099 W. Hortter St.