The City of Philadelphia released a video as part of its continuing effort to educate Philadelphians on open data.
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.
The City of Philadelphia together with public safety agencies applied for a grant under the MacArthur Foundation's Safety and Justice Challenge.
Mayor Jim Kenney announced that Frank Breslin will serve as Revenue Commissioner, Rue Landau, Esq. will continue to serve as the Exec. Dir. of the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations, and Elizabeth Hersh will serve as Dir. of Supportive Housing.
The City of Philadelphia responded to the first frigid weather of the 2015-2016 winter season by declaring a Code Blue beginning at 7:00 a.m. on Monday, January 4th until approximately 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 5th.
Mayor Jim Kenney signed six Executive Orders in the Mayor's Reception Room in City Hall.
Mayor Jim F. Kenney was sworn in as the 99th Mayor of the City of Philadelphia in a morning ceremony at the Academy of Music.
View Jim's public schedule.
Philadelphia Streets Department provides both trash and recycling options for your tree. The program runs from Monday, January 4 through Saturday, January 16, 2015.
New Year's resolutions are made, and surveys show are broken within only a few weeks into the new year. Researchers at University of Scranton say 40% of those surveyed make resolutions, but only 8% are able to be successful
At 11:48pm last night, as Monday turned to Tuesday and 2015 saw it's longest night and shortest day, the Autumnal Equinox yielded to the Winter Solstice. Or fall became winter, at least on the astronomical calendar.
The holiday season sees worry and wonder about getting the perfect gift for someone. Giving the gift of preparedness shows loved ones you care about their safety and well being, especially during a time of emergency.
Lights, decorations, and Christmas trees dress the holiday season and adorn our memories of "the most wonderful time of the year". Unfortunately, those same components that add color to the season make this time of year extremely dangerous, and deadly.
A program we offer at the Philadelphia Office of Emergency Management is our Business Continuity Workshop. How would you as a business owner go on if there should be an emergency that disrupts your everyday way-of-life?
Mayor Michael A. Nutter and Emergency Management Director Samantha Phillips were on hand today when the City of Philadelphia was recognized for meeting nationally accepted emergency management standards and receiving official accreditation from EMAP
The City of Philadelphia received exciting news within the past few weeks as it was announced its Emergency Management Program has earned accreditation from nationally recognized standard-bearers.
Philadelphia OEM wants you to also check your emergency plan and supplies at least twice a year as well as part of being prepared.
On Thursday, October 15th at 10:15am EST, hundreds of thousands in our region will drop, cover and hold during this year’s ShakeOut. Philadelphia’s Office of Emergency Management has information that can help you be prepared for an earthquake.
The City of Philadelphia is pleased to announce that we are exploring hosting an Open Streets event. We want to hear from you to shape the specifics of this fall event.
Philadelphia's Office of Emergency Management has information on our website to help you develop an emergency plan and prepare for emergencies of all types, including fire.
Having your family, your home or business prepared year round is of utmost importance. Being ready and staying informed is key. The City of Philadelphia Office of Emergency Management has resources to help you.