Center City Residents' Association, 1900 Market St, FL 8, Philadelphia, PA 19103
William Penn House
News and Updates
Tonight! Town Hall Meeting Scheduled for CCRA Police Service Area
REMINDER: Please attend the Police Sponsored Town Hall meeting
for Police Service Area (PSA) #1 (that's us!) on February 6, 2020, at 7
p.m. at Trinity Memorial Church, 22nd and Spruce. Several CCRA board
members will be present to learn more about police plans for our area.
According to news reports, the police have a suspect in custody for
the rape that occurred in Love Park on January 25, 2020, around 5:30
am. Click here for more details.
The next zoning meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, February 25, 7pm, BEX 1 Commerce Sq, 2005 Market St.
Next CCRA Board Meeting is Scheduled for:
Tuesday, February 11, 6pm, BEX, 1 Commerce Sq,
2005 Market Street.
The agenda will be posted on the CCRA website tomorrow.
Let's have a Meet n Greet!
Please join CCRA at DiBruno Brothers' new restaurant and lounge,
Alimentari, on February 18, 2020 from 6-8 p.m. as we celebrate our
members! The first fifty members are invited for free hor d'oeuvres and
a cash bar with drink specials. Reservation is full, however if you would like to be placed on the waiting list, please let Travis Oliver know.
Come see the beautiful new Alimentari space and mingle with your fellow
CCRA members. Alimentari is located at 1730 Chestnut Street (second
floor) right above DiBrunos Market.
What to do if you suspect illegal or negligent construction in Philly
PlanPhilly has created a "Cheat
Sheet" for those who suspect illegal/negligent construction in the City
and how to deal with them. Take a look.
Beat cabin fever and get out of the house
with our new Saturday kids art classes at the rec center. 9:30 - 10:45am
kids ages pre-school through 1st grade. Buy a season pass or 5 pack
class drop in. Register here.
Laurel Hill Cemetery to Light Up Landscape along Kelly Drive
On, Thursday, February 13, the historic Laurel Hill Cemetery will
illuminate its landscape along Kelly Drive for the first time, with
lighting focused on distinctive monuments and trees along the
well-traveled gateway to the city. The lighting is intended to attract
more visitors to the cemetery, which features year-round programming and
will now include special arts events and other activities in the
evening. For more information, see the press release.