The Planning Commission officially adopted the South District Plan on June 09, 2015. Read the adopted South District Plan here!
The Planning Commission officially adopted the River Wards District Plan on August 18, 2015. Read the adopted River Wards District Plan here.
UPDATE: NEW LOCATION
Please join us for the first public meeting for the Lower Southwest District Plan on Monday, November 9th. The meeting will be held at Ezekiel Baptist Church (5701 Grays Avenue) from 6:00pm – 7:30pm. The plan will make recommendations for zoning changes, city-owned land and facilities, and public investments in Lower Southwest Philadelphia. For more information, click here for the flyer.
Join us for North Delaware’s 2nd public meeting on Thursday, October 22nd at Abraham Lincoln High School, 3201 Ryan Avenue. The meeting will take place from 7:00-8:30pm, with doors opening at 6:45pm. For more info, click on the flyer or contact Larissa Klevan, project manager, at email@example.com or 215-683-4649.
Take a look at some recent projects and initiatives that best represent how the City has been achieving the CONNECT goals of the Phila2035 Comprehensive Plan!
Check out some recent developments and initiatives that best represent how the City has been achieving the THRIVE goals of the Phila2035 Comprehensive Plan!
This calendar is the PCPC’s Philadelphia2035 Annual Implementation update and can be downloaded here. To track the implementation of Philadelphia2035, the PCPC has created this calendar highlighting the achievements of the past year.
Hard copies are still available at the Planning Commission offices; 1515 Arch Street, 13th Floor.
Can’t attend the River Wards District public meeting? Missed the South District public meeting? Still want to participate? We want to hear from you! Please visit Share River Wards or Share South to provide your input!
A key implementation step of several Philadelphia2035 goals around transportation, urban design, and pedestrian safety is the adoption and enforcement of a Complete Streets Handbook.
Read the PlanPhilly article here about the PCPC’s adoption of the Manual.