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SWEEP
Learn how SWEEP keeps Philadelphia clean through education and enforcement.
PMBC
Learn about the Philadelphia More Beautiful Committee (PMBC), and what they are doing to keep our streets clean and safe.
 
 
 
 
Residents can bring their hazardous waste to Household Hazardous Waste Events throughout the City. >
Seasonal paving program for local roadways has begun. Find the paving schedule here. >
Easily pay your Solid Resources Refuse Collection fee using the City's E-pay option. >
The Philadelphia Streets Department announces a new program for accepting applications for installation of Small Cell & Distributed Antenna System (DAS) Wireless Facilities on poles in the public Right of Way. >
Streets defects come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Accurate reporting can expedite repairs. >
Construction on Lincoln Drive is scheduled to begin in early 2017. >
The Streets Department has compiled a report with an assessment of the current conditions of the City’s historic streets. The intent of this report is to provide the City with objective results that can be used to prioritize historic streets repair investments. >
The Streets Department is creating and converting existing bicycle lanes into protected bicycle lanes (PBLs) in order to improve safety by more clearly separating motor vehicle and bicycle traffic within the roadway. >
The Streets Department Bridge Unit consists of an inventory of more than 320 structures with functions of design, inspections, surveying and construction management. >
 
Residents can bring their hazardous waste to Household Hazardous Waste Events throughout the City. >
Seasonal paving program for local roadways has begun. Find the paving schedule here. >
Easily pay your Solid Resources Refuse Collection fee using the City's E-pay option. >
The Philadelphia Streets Department announces a new program for accepting applications for installation of Small Cell & Distributed Antenna System (DAS) Wireless Facilities on poles in the public Right of Way. >
Streets defects come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Accurate reporting can expedite repairs. >
Construction on Lincoln Drive is scheduled to begin in early 2017. >
The Streets Department has compiled a report with an assessment of the current conditions of the City’s historic streets. The intent of this report is to provide the City with objective results that can be used to prioritize historic streets repair investments. >
The Streets Department is creating and converting existing bicycle lanes into protected bicycle lanes (PBLs) in order to improve safety by more clearly separating motor vehicle and bicycle traffic within the roadway. >
 
 
 

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SANITATION
TRANSPORTATION
RECYCLING
 
 
Learn what residents and businesses need to know about trash collection and recycling, including collections schedules, proper containers, hazardous materials, and much more. >
The Transportation Engineering Division maintains the City's infrastructure of roadways, bridges and highways, safe and efficient traffic flow and the public right-of-way. >
Good recycling shouldn't stop at your front door. Look for ways to recycle all day long, wherever you go in Philadelphia — work, school and public places indoors and out. >
 

60,436

POTHOLES FILLED

SINCE JANUARY 1, 2018

 
 

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