One person can make all the difference.
A cleaner Philadelphia is up to each of us. What can one person do? More than you think. Starting with the little things. Don’t litter. Recycle. Follow and obey adhere to all City regulations about handling and disposing of trash and debris. Most important, get involved! Join the movement for a litter free Philly!
It’s your block. Make a difference.
A cleaner City is in your hands. And it all starts with your block. What can you and your neighbors do to help? Plenty. Join the Philadelphia More Beautiful Committee (PMBC). Plan a cleanup. Take part in the Philly Spring Cleanup. And that’s just the beginning. For more ideas about how your block can pitch in for a cleaner Philadelphia, take a moment and explore the links on this site. And thanks again for pitching in!
Philly Spring Cleanup
Your City is pitching in to make a difference too!
The Philadelphia Streets Department is always on the lookout for ways to help keep our City clean. Our programs include a wide range of initiatives to make everyone aware of the importance of a clean environment. From regulations and enforcement, to innovative programs for disposing of hazardous waste, bulk items and debris, we’re doing everything possible to help the city shine. And it’s working!
Philly Throws Green
Household Hazardous Waste Events
STREETS DEPARTMENT SCHEDULES MAINTENANCE WORK ON LINCOLN DRIVE
Temporary lane closure scheduled for Saturday, September 28, 2013
PHILADELPHIA - Lincoln Drive between Johnson Street and Wissahickon Avenue will have one "inbound" or southbound lane closed temporarily due to roadwork on Saturday, September 28, Acting Streets Commissioner David Perri announced today. The following temporary restriction is scheduled to be in effect from approximately 6:00 AM until 5:00 PM on Saturday: