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We’re in the process of creating a new City website from the ground up because we realize phila.gov isn’t as easy to use as it should be.
Below you’ll find the City’s news listing. However, it’s not a complete list. In the future, we’d like to centralize the City of Philadelphia’s news, events, service notifications, and blog posts in one place. We’ll update this page as we release enhanced designs. Stay tuned.
In the meantime, we’re happy to consider your suggestions. What City news and events would you like to know more about, and why? Your insights might inform future design and content improvements to the site.
- Use the site’s feedback links to alert us to content errors and design ideas.
- Sign up to be a beta.phila.gov tester. We’ll contact you for specific feedback on the News & events section and other site features.
Learn about the laws, issues, and protections affecting the LGBTQ community in Philadelphia and how you can show your support.
With two great events on May 2, Revenue joins the annual week-long celebration of technology and innovation.
April 21 through June 19 the PA Department of Revenue will waive all penalties and half of the interest on eligible tax delinquencies.
Here's info on transit, parking, security, and how to take part in three days of free fun as Philly welcomes the NFL Draft!
Just two weeks left for Philadelphians to apply for the EITC, a federal tax credit on average worth $2,522 for eligible taxpayers.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) protects human health and the environment. Get the facts and learn how you can take action.
The proposed federal budget would cut funding from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) which supports vital City programs.
Real Estate Taxes are due March 31, and so are applications for programs that can help lower your payment.
Delinquent water bill customers are urged to pay now or enter into a payment agreement. Water shutoff moratorium ends March 31
The spring season is accompanied by severe weather, floods, and power outages. Steps to help keep you, your finances, and home safe.
Now that the snow emergency is lifted, here's what residents need to know about shoveling, parking, and more.
The City and related agencies are mobilizing staffing & resources for the approaching storm. Here’s a rundown of what citizens should know.
The City needs your feedback about how to protect Philadelphia's children from lead poisoning. Here's how to submit your comments.
Don’t miss these deductions that could reduce your School Income Tax liability!
This March, workshops, symposiums, lectures, and events that promise to empower will happen across the city. Get involved!
The IRS, state tax agencies, and the tax industry issued an urgent alert and to all employers about a Form W-2 email phishing scam
Words from Mayor Kenney about recent events targeting Philadelphia's Jewish population, including local resources for residents.
Philadelphia treats immigrants as we would any other resident under our criminal justice system. Here are the facts.
Revenue also launched a comprehensive monitoring campaign to ensure compliance with the Philadelphia Beverage Tax.