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Philadelphia (
Philadelphia City Planning Commission
Philly 311
Philadelphia 5th District Police Web Site
Philadelphia Zoning Board of Adjustment Appeals Calendar
Holiday Trash Collection Schedule

PA Representative Tarik Khan (District 194)
PA Senator Sharif Street (District 3)
PA Senator Vincent J. Hughes (District 7)

Committee of Seventy
The Committee of Seventy site contains information on all elected officials at local, state and national level. Also has tools for searching for your elected officials by your street address and for finding your polling place. An excellent resource.

City Councilman Curtis Jones (District 4)
Councilman Jones also has a local office at 5462 Ridge Avenue Suite A., (215) 685-2547 (t), (215) 685-2559 (f). Becuase of staffing changes we are unsure if it is currently operational. For assistance, you can also contact the councilman's chief of staff, Josh Cohen

Philadelphia Tax and Water Bill Assistance Programs


Homestead Exemption
Owner-Occupied Real Estate Payment Agreement Program
Senior Tax Freeze
TAP (Water) Assistance Program


Philadelphia Payments, assistance & taxes


Roxborough Patch
WHYY News (Inquirer, Daily News)
Plan Philly is an alternative media news website dedicated to covering design, planning and development issues in Philadelphia. has been named one of the country’s top ten Web sites by

Other Local Resources

Friends of The Wissahickon

Ridge Ave Thematic Historic District

Nomination Document
Inventory Document


Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
Tree Tenders

RMWHS | Roxborough Manayunk Wissahickon Historical Society - Philadelphia
Roxborough Manayunk Wissahickon Historical Society strives to preserve and promote local history, art, and culture. RMWHS a 501(c)(3) charity organization -- volunteer-run & donation funded. RMWHS Archive located at the Roxborough Free Library in Philadelphia, PA.

Roxborough Development Corporation

Good Shepherd Mediation Program (General Conflict Resolution)
Established in 1984, this neighborhood center provides a venue where people in conflict come to resolve their disputes through mediation. Its mission is to empower Philadelphia community residents to creatively search for meaningful and lasting solutions to their conflicts without resorting to crime or violence.

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