Neighborhood Preservation Toolkit 2018
This toolkit is a resource for individuals and organizations throughout Philadelphia. It recognizes the importance of sustaining the city’s older buildings and sites — with a broad definition of what makes something “historic.” From grassroots to the government, community members have the power to preserve and revitalize the older places that matter in the city of neighborhoods.
This toolkit is based on the knowledge and input of community members from across Philadelphia, inspired by conversations about how current public policies affect or harm the character of their neighborhood. This toolkit can be used by anyone in your community: homeowners, renters, business owners, developers, and neighbors of all ages and education levels.Neighborhood Preservation Toolkit_DRAFT for distribution
Welcome to the 60th Annual May Fair online raffle ticket sale! The May Fair is SHCA’s only fundraiser – your participation helps us support neighborhood organizations and events. Online tickets are sold in bundles of 6 for $5. New this year, choose a basket of exciting prizes (up to $500 value) generously donated by local businesses and organizations: – Family Fun – Neighborhood Eats and Treats – House and Home – Take Care of Yourself – Surprise Me! (Includes both baskets and individual items) Click here to see the growing list of items in each basket – check back regularly as we are continuing to add new items as we receive them! Winners need not be present to win, but we hope to see you at the Fair, Saturday May 12th, noon-6pm (rain date Sun May 13th), Clark Park, 43rd & Chester.
4601 Market Street
Dear Neighbors, . . . . . . . . . Fri,Aug 17, 2017
Today, we joined with the Boards of Directors of Garden Court Community Association and Walnut Hill Community Association and sent the attached letter to Mayor Kenney to voice our collective disappointment over the City’s recent decision to move the police headquarters redevelopment project from 46th and Market St in West Philadelphia to Center City. We also offer key points for the City to consider with the respect to the future of this property, including an opportunity for the community “to discuss in a public forum how we got where we are and where we can expect to go from here.” With best regards, The SHCA Board Spruce Hill Community Association: sprucehillca.org Email List: [email protected] Facebook: facebook.com/sprucehillca,/p>