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The vaccine is available to everyone 12 and older! Find a City-run vaccine clinic or partner vaccine clinic to protect yourself and your loved ones. If you have questions about vaccination, call (215) 685-5488.

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City City offices are temporarily closed to walk-in and counter services. To ask about in-person services by appointment, check with your department of interest.
Offices COVID-19 Remote Work Guidance for City Employees. If you need to work from home, go to remotework.phila.gov.
Transit SEPTA schedules are changing. Get the latest alerts and schedules.
Trash & recycling Trash and recycling collections are delayed in some areas. Set materials out on scheduled day.

Announcements

City drops last COVID-19 restrictions

After nearly 15 months of COVID-19 restrictions, on Friday, June 11, the City of Philadelphia is dropping the last of its Safer at Home COVID restrictions due to low case rates and high vaccination rates.
Part of these changes includes no longer requiring that fully vaccinated people wear masks indoors, and that the 11 p.m. last call curfew at restaurants is lifted.

Philly Vax Sweepstakes

The Philly Vax Sweepstakes is a series of three citywide drawings designed to give Philadelphians extra motivation to get their vaccination against COVID-19 as the city fully reopens this summer.

A total of 36 vaccinated Philadelphians will win cash prizes up to $50,000, totaling nearly $400,000 in giveaways.

In each of the three drawings on June 21, July 6, and July 19, six individuals will win $1,000; four will win $5,000; and two will win $50,000.

City to drop most Safer-at-Home Restrictions on June 2

In response to the lowest number of new cases since late September 2020 and percent positive rates below 3 percent, the City will be lifting virtually all Safer-at-Home restrictions, including density limits, maximum capacity limits, distancing rules, etc. on Wednesday, June 2.

The indoor mask mandate and 11 p.m. last call for dining order will continue to be enforced until the Health Department reviews the state of the pandemic and may drop those restrictions on Friday, June 11.

It was previously announced that the City would lift restrictions on Friday, June 11, but the continued low rates prompted the change in plans. Learn more about these changes.

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Redesigning phila.gov

About the redesign

We’re in the process of creating a new website for Philadelphia from the ground up—with simple, mobile-friendly designs, more intuitive organization, and clear content.

Throughout the redesign process, we’ve been collaborating with people like you to inform the direction and usability of the site. Please continue to send us your thoughts:

  • Use the site's feedback links to alert us to content errors and design feedback.

Where are we in the redesign process?

For the past few years, we’ve been working closely with content creators, City colleagues, and the public to rewrite service information and to design features that better meet your needs.

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The homepage of beta.phila.gov became the official City homepage in 2018, and the content of beta.phila.gov and phila.gov were merged.

Migration

We’re continuing to bring content onto this new platform. With your help we’ll continue to improve it.

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