Wednesday, June 3: The Mayor has extended a mandatory citywide curfew. Effective at 6:00 p.m. through tomorrow at 6 a.m. Only people with essential duties will be permitted outdoors.
In effect: 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, June 3 to 6:00 a.m. on Thursday, June 4
In effect: 1:00 p.m. on Monday, June 01 until further notice

Service updates

city Due to the continued demonstrations, City of Philadelphia buildings in Center City, such as the Quadplex (City Hall, MSB, One Parkway, and CJC), 1234 Market, 11th and Market, and others will be closed on Thursday, June 4 and Friday, June 5.
offices COVID-19 Remote Work Guidance for City Employees. If you need to work from home, go to remotework.phila.gov.
roads In light of continuing demonstrations, and in order to facilitate access for first responders, the City has closed some streets in Center City. The closure area runs from Market Street to Walnut Street, from the Delaware River to the Schuylkill River. The closure continues until further notice. See the press release for more information.
transit SEPTA schedules are changing. Please visit http://septa.org for the latest alerts and schedules.
trash Regular trash collections will continue on or as close to its normal schedule as possible. Recycling materials will be collected on an every other week schedule. See the press release for more information.

The latest news + events

More from the City of Philadelphia

Get the latest announcements, posts, press releases, and events.

Common resources

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.

Alpha

Beta

phila.gov

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.

Top