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A list of important phone number for neighbors. Report vandalism, grafitti, 215- 685-9556. Building violations, missing rain gutters, call L and I: 215-685-6881 or 215-685-2463. Abandoned cars: 215-685-9500. Animal complaint 215-685-9040. Dumpster issues 215-685-7342. Potholes 215-686-5560. Rats 215-685-9000. Underaged drinking 215-726-6200. Nuisance bar 215-726-6200. Help friends or family. Greiving children, teens, or families call 215-427-6767. […]
recyclingPAYS.phila.gov For an electronic version of the recycling calendar. See: www.phila.gov/streets and www.recyclingpays.phila.gov.
The Keystone Home Energy Loan Program (HELP) is a Preferred Monthly Payment Plan with lower rates and longer payment terms than other types of unsecured financing. It is designed to promote energy efficient home improvements. The Keystone HELP program has been designed specifically by AFC First and its sponosors – the Pennsylvania Treasury Deparment, the […]
Interesting website on Neighborhood history: www.phillyhistory.org
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The Delaware River Waterfront Corp. wil lbe unveiling the Final Draft of the Central Delware Waterfront Master Plan on June 13, at a public event at Festival Pier, Delaware & Spring Garden. RSVP by clicking Here
On May 26 NLNA Vice President Don Phillips and Secretary Janet Finegar were re-elected to the board, as were at-large members Fernando Benavides and Irene Lambrou. Newly elected at-large members include Katrina Mansfield, Steve Richman, and Josh Upin. We welcome them and congratulate everyone who ran for the board. And our sincerest thanks to Micah […]
On April 30, neighbors kept nearly FIVE TONS of e-waste out of the landfill!
The 9th annual Northern Liberties Variety Show was one of the best ever – raising more than $2,000 for Town Watch and providing entertainment for a capacity crowd! Thanks to event organizer and Town Watch co-coordinator Katrina Mansfield, and to all the volunteers and performers who made it happen. Also, thanks to Johnny Brenda’s for […]
Get updates and information on the NLNA’s effort to improve and beautify Spring Garden Street – including the notorious EL underpass – by connecting with us on Facebook! Get started by clicking HERE
Because Northern Liberties is a Model Neighborhood for the Water Department’s greening initiative, you can get a free rain barrel! Rain barrels capture storm water from your gutters and help prevent flooding. The water also can be used to water your garden or yard.Supplies are limited, so don’t delay! Email NLNA Clean & Green Coordinator […]
This innovative program lets you earn points based on how much recycling you put out on your curb each week. You can redeem the points for goods and services, or donate them to school programs. More info at RecycleBank.com.
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Northern Liberties is one of three Model Neighborhoods for the Philadelphia Water Department’s Green Streets program. This initiative uses "green" tools – street trees, landscaping, vegetative swales (water absorbers), rain barrels, and more – to beautify blocks, increase the energy efficiency of homes, cut down on utility bills, and keep dirty flood waters out of […]
Paul Drzal – Northern Liberties, for more photos check out Flickr Photos by Tim Schreier, August 2009:
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