A MESSAGE FROM SOUTH OF SOUTH NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
Neighbors wishing to have their block participate in Philadelphia's Playstreets program now have until June 5 to express interest.
Parks and Recreation Department is enhancing and expanding the more
than 50-year-old summer program, which closes designated streets to
provide children a safe play space.
program provides play equipment, supplies, and meals. Each Playstreet
is designated to children from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
To be considered for Playstreets, your block must: • Take part in the summer food program
• Have a block resident volunteer to be a Playstreet supervisor.
• Not be within two blocks of another approved Playstreet, playground, or rec center.
• Be a small, one-way street. No numbered street will be considered unless it is a dead end.
• Have less than 25 percent of residents submit an objection to the creation of the Playstreet.
Our office will be closed until further notice. If you have any concerns or questions, you can reach our Executive Director, Nicole via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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mission of improving our community.
SOSNA is only able to do the work that we do with the support of our
neighbors, our neighborhood businesses, and our community partners. We
depend on the countless hours our residents volunteer with SOSNA, and we
rely on generous donations, like yours, from neighbors and businesses
to carry out our mission of improving our community.