Do you want to contribute to the success of Philadelphia’s young people?
The City of Philadelphia is now hiring crossing guards to help students walk safely to and from schools in the following Philadelphia Police Districts:
- 2nd Police District – Northeast Philadelphia in Lawncrest, Lawndale, Oxford Circle, Rhawnhurst, Fox Chase neighborhoods
- 3rd Police District – Center City and South Philadelphia, east of Broad Street
- 7th Police District – Northeast Philadelphia north of Rhawn Street in Krewstown, Bustleton, and Somerton neighborhoods
- 9th Police District – West of Broad, between Poplar and Lombard Streets
- 12th Police District – Southwest Philadelphia in Kingsessing, Elmwood Park, and Eastwick neighborhoods
- 14th Police District – Northwest Philadelphia in Chestnut Hill, Mt. Airy, Morton, East Germantown, Stenton, and West Oak Lane neighborhoods
- 15th Police District – Northeast Philadelphia in Frankford, Tacony, Wissinoming, Mayfair neighborhoods
- 16th Police District – West Philadelphia in Mantua, Belmont, Haverford, and Mill Creek neighborhoods
- 18th Police District – West Philadelphia in Cobbs Creek, University City, Spruce Hill, and Cedar Park neighborhoods
- 24th Police District – Kensington, Port Richmond, Harrowgate, Juniata, Feltonville
- 25th Police District – North Philadelphia, west of Broad, Glenwood, Fairhill, Hunting Park, Franklinville neighborhoods
- 35th Police District – Belfield, Logan, Ogontz, Fern Rock, Olney, and East Oak Lane neighborhoods
Crossing guards are important to school communities. They work part-time rain or shine during school days in the morning from 7-9 a.m. and afternoon from 2-4 p.m., with afternoon adjustments for early dismissal.
Crossing guards receive health benefits, pension benefits, and paid time off.
If you live in one of these Police Districts and think you’d be a good fit, submit an application by January 7, 2022.