Promoting regulations that keep Philadelphia's air clean.
Promoting regulations that protect the health of Philadelphians.
Maintaining the retirement benefits plan for City employees.
Phone: (215) 685-3480
Hearing appeals for real estate market value assessments.
Overseeing the plans and proposals pertaining to the City's spending and investing.
Providing administrative hearings for people disputing parking tickets. parking tickets, appeals
Phone: (215) 683-9580
Streaming live video of City of Philadelphia press conferences, public hearings, and council meetings.
Promoting honesty, integrity, and transparency in City government.
Phone: (215) 686-9450
Guiding the orderly growth and development of the City of Philadelphia.
Safeguarding the City of Philadelphia’s financial resources by managing the City’s debt, investments, and credit rating.
Phone: (215) 686-2300
Advising the Mayor and the Director of Human Resources on problems concerning personnel administration and upholding the interest of the City's merit-based civil service system.
Working with Philadelphia Parks & Recreation to promote the City's parks, recreational spaces, and their users.
Revitalizing Philadelphia’s neighborhoods by removing blight.
Stewarding the design, development, and management of the Central Delaware River Waterfront between Oregon and Allegheny Avenues.
Working with individuals and families to help Philadelphians live healthy, self-determined lives.
Making Philadelphia a business-friendly city where companies choose to start, stay, and grow.
Working together with communities to support families and protect children.
Building a safer City by enforcing building-related codes through inspections, licensing, permitting, and demolitions.
Phone: (215) 686-2400
Shaping the future of Philadelphia by planning and regulating change and growth in the City.
Protecting and promoting the health of all Philadelphians.
Phone: (215) 686-5200
Managing City government records.
Collecting taxes, water charges, and other payments, to support the City and School District of Philadelphia.
Ensuring clean, safe, and green streets for the people of Philadelphia.
Administering housing and community development programs to benefit low- and moderate-income residents.
Enforcing fair rental practices and protecting renters from unsafe housing conditions.
Housing the Court of Common Pleas, Municipal Court, and Traffic Court.
Building a community devoted to lifelong learning by advancing functional, technological, career, financial, cultural, and civic literacy.
Ensuring the preservation of historic buildings, structures, sites, objects, interiors, and districts.
Providing legal advice and services to City departments, agencies, boards, commissions, and elected officials.
Phone: (215) 683-5001
Improving the performance and progress of the City’s operating departments.
Phone: (215) 686-3480
Helping seniors obtain food, employment, housing security, healthcare, and social support.
Phone: (215) 686-8450
Fax: (215) 686-8452
Ensuring the Mayor is aware of issues and concerns in the Asian American community and serving as a connector between the Asian American community and social service agencies, cultural organizations, and City government.
Making sure the City is inclusive to people of all abilities through advocacy and education.
Phone: (215) 686-2798
Transforming the narrative for men and boys of color in the City of Philadelphia.
Expanding access to quality pre-K and supporting students and residents through Community Schools.
Resolving labor disputes, enforcing labor laws, and managing the relationship between the City administration and City employee unions.
Phone: (215) 686-2163
Ensuring residents have access to City government and a voice in the drafting and implementation of City policies.
Building strong communities by making the return after incarceration easier on individuals and their families.
Investigating sudden, unexpected, and unnatural deaths in Philadelphia with professionalism, compassion, and efficiency.
Uniting artists and communities through collaborative art projects that transform public spaces and individual lives.
Providing fair hearings for disputes about City fines or administrative decisions. appeal, dispute, bill, taxes, fines
Working with community partners to give adult learners access to education, digital skills training, and a path to job readiness.
Supporting Philadelphia's creative sector through partnership, promotion, and education.
Connecting Philadelphians with volunteer opportunities in their communities.
Phone: (215) 686-2055
Helping to reduce poverty by addressing economic and housing security, job growth, early education, and access to benefits.
Seeking justice and safety for all by creating opportunities for system improvement and connections between City and non-City partners.
Supporting minority, women, and disabled-owned businesses.
Focusing people, plans, and programs to promote a prepared and resilient Philadelphia.
Improving opportunities for civic engagement and economic success in the lives of women, girls, and those who identify as female.
Providing vehicles for City employees to keep the City moving.
Providing emergency housing and other services to people who are homeless and to those at risk of homelessness.
Recruiting, developing, and retaining a qualified and diverse workforce for the City of Philadelphia.
Implementing policies and programs and ensuring access to services that strengthen the well-being of Philadelphia's immigrant communities.
Overseeing digital innovation and communications technology for the City.
Serving the LGBTQ residents of Philadelphia through advocacy and inclusion.
Phone: (215) 686-0330
Creating digital services that support the success and well-being of all Philadelphians.
Working to enable City departments and government as a whole to measure, track, and report on the progress of major goals and initiatives; and utilizing data and evidence to make policy and program decisions.
Determining accurate and fair property values and providing property information.
Phone: (215) 686-4334
Providing safety and loss prevention programs and analyzing the City's insurance and other risk exposure issues, including managing claims, workers' compensation, and service-connected disabilities.
Serving those planning special events in the City and promoting Philadelphia as an event destination.
Working to improve quality of life in Philadelphia by providing environmental, equity, economic, and health benefits for all.
Bringing innovation to key enabling functions of City government.
Phone: (215) 686-5238
Working to build an inclusive government that looks like the City of Philadelphia.
Promoting integrity, transparency, and accountability throughout the executive branch of government.
Overseeing voter registration and elections for the City of Philadelphia.
The City Controller identifies cost savings, recommends best practices and modernization, and exposes fraud and mismanagement.
Promoting Philadelphia by producing and highlighting special events across the City.
Ensuring the City’s long-term financial health and effective use of resources, while helping to achieve the administration’s policy goals.
Phone: (215) 686-6140
Rooting out corruption, fraud, and misconduct and increasing public confidence in City government.
Building a Philadelphia that works for every neighborhood with a focus on equity, opportunity, efficiency, and inclusion.
Protecting the lives, property, and rights of city residents; providing safety to those who enter Philadelphia courtrooms; and managing sheriff sale properties.
Improving mobility, safety, and access for all who use the City’s streets and roadways.
Learning from young people and building a new generation of leaders.
The City's design review board that approves the design of all construction projects located on City property or funded with City money.
Ensuring quality schools in every neighborhood through governance of the School District of Philadelphia. Education, school district
Conducting hearings and public meetings on proposed bills and issues concerning the City of Philadelphia.
Fighting discrimination, ensuring equal rights, and helping build stronger communities.
Focusing on rehabilitation while providing safe, lawful, and humane correctional facilities.
Prosecuting crimes and defending victims throughout the City of Philadelphia.
Working around the clock to respond to emergencies and keep residents safe.
Phone: (215) 686-1300
Overseeing the management and operation of Philadelphia Gas Works (PGW).
Operating housing programs and improving residences for limited income Philadelphians.
Serving the housing needs of low and moderate income Philadelphians since 1964, through landownership and house repair programs.
Planning and implementing real estate and financing transactions that attract investment, jobs, and tax ratables to the City of Philadelphia.
Helping users of City government information determine what information is available on a particular topic or from a particular source, where that information is located, and how to access the information.
Serving the entire Philadelphia region with national and international flights operated by major airline carriers.
Returning vacant and tax-delinquent properties to productive use.
Providing a well-organized transportation system, managing parking and traffic management programs on city streets, and building and operating parking lots and garages.
Protecting over 10,200 acres of public land and waterways, and managing hundreds of recreation, environmental, and cultural centers. Parks & Rec, recreation centers, trees, parks
Protecting the community by safeguarding lives and property with honor and integrity.
Focusing on the redevelopment of Philadelphia while creating balanced mixed-use communities to establish thriving, well-served and revitalized neighborhoods.
Serving the veterans of our city providing them with the information they need regarding all benefits, social services and counseling they are entitled to.
Providing drinking water, wastewater, and storm water services, and protecting the region’s water resources.
Providing access to City government, delivering updates and information, and working with City departments to improve Philadelphia.
Working hard to improve the relationship between the Police Department and the community by providing civilian oversight.
Managing and acquiring goods and services for the City of Philadelphia using a fair, open, and cost-effective process.
Encouraging Philadelphians to recycle through a variety of rewards programs and initiatives.
Transferring wills and granting letters of administration in cases where persons die without leaving a will.
Providing a high-quality education that prepares, ensures, and empowers students to achieve their full intellectual and social potential.
Operating Philadelphia’s public transit services and managing construction projects that maintain, replace, and expand transit infrastructure.
Hearing cases for disputed taxes, penalties, or interest. tax appeal, water, hearing, dispute
Commemorating the nation’s first two presidents through an open-air installation that marks the site where George Washington and John Adams
Promoting safety and supporting quality of life through community policing and other neighborhood programs.