Set materials out on regular day but expect delays
Trash slightly delayed
Recycling significantly behind
Collections impacted by severe weather, increased tonnage and attendance
understand residents’ frustration with collection delays throughout the
pandemic and thank them for their understanding, cooperation and
support during this unprecedented crisis. - Streets Department
You can take your trash to nearby sanitation drop-off centers:
The centers below are open seven days a week from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
5100 Grays Ave.
3033 S. 63rd St., near Passyunk Ave.
GIRLS ON THE RUN PHILLY
you looking for a way for your elementary or middle school aged girl to
stay active and have opportunities for socialization this fall while
schools are closed? Girls on the Run Philadelphia
is adapting to meet the needs of girls and families in these
unprecedented times, and we're looking for parents, coaches, and
community members interested in forming neighborhood-based Girls on the
Run teams of up to 12 girls this fall. This is also a great opportunity
for sports teams that aren't able to have a regular season this fall but
still want an opportunity to remain connected and active.
train coaches for free to implement our research-based curricula, which
includes dynamic discussions, activities and running games. Over the
course of the eight-week program, girls in 3rd-8th grade develop
essential skills to help them navigate their worlds and establish a
lifetime appreciation for health and fitness. The program culminates
with girls positively impacting their communities through a service
project and being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a
celebratory 5K event. We will work with coaches to ensure teams that
meet in-person follow health and safety guidelines, including social
distancing, and we also have an all-virtual option. Coaches will be
responsible for attending a virtual coach training and supporting with
recruitment and registration of girls on their team.
To learn more, contact Heather Plastaras at email@example.com. Please spread the word to other individuals or organizations who may be interested in participating!
SOME FEEL GOOD NEWS...
The Friends of MARC, MARC Summer Campers, counselors, and staff worked together to create the MARC Garden Club.
Staff and volunteers did an amazing job of clearing out many overgrown
spaces around the rec center and identified a spot for a long-term herb
garden. Dedicated volunteers have been donating money and planting
resources for MARC Summer Campers to plant their own herb garden near
the Rec Center!
Join us for our Labor of Love Ride or Stride this September. During this
7-day virtual event you can ride or stride daily at your own pace and
on your own schedule. We have created 6 virtual courses, varying from 3
to 160 miles. You can bike or walk these distances or your own
course/distance anywhere and anytime. If you would like to walk or ride
one of our pre-designed courses, create a Well works For You account to
select your course and keep a record of your progress.* Use the hashtag
#KNHLaborOfLove to post pictures along the way. Registrants can commit
to 1 of the 6 virtual courses or walk/ride their own course. There is a
minimum fundraising goal of $50 to participate. After registering, you
can participate with a team or as an individual.
Gov. Wolf Announces $96 Million for Small Businesses Impacted by COVID-19
second and final round of funding is open through 11:59 PM on Friday,
August 28. Eligible applicants not awarded in the first round do not
need to reapply and will be rolled into the next round for
More information on the COVID-19 Relief Statewide Small Business Assistance Program, including how to apply, is available on DCED’s website.
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.
HELP US CREATE THE NEIGHBORHOOD YOU WANT TO LIVE IN.
thoughtful donation is an impactful investment in our neighborhood, and
it helps SOSNA and our volunteers continue to be a resource for you and
engage more of our neighbors.
is only able to do our work with the support of our neighbors, our
neighborhood businesses, and our community partners. We depend on the
countless hours our neighbors volunteer with us and we rely on generous
donations, like yours, from neighbors and businesses to carry out our
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.