Attendance is key, but I remember how hectic mornings can be, especially in a Philly rowhouse! Here are tips on getting out the door.
We have to remind people what Philadelphia stands for, and work together thoughtfully and compassionately to make it a reality.
The City cannot reduce violence alone. Here are resources and programs you can use to get involved and promote peace.
For those Philadelphians who have lost someone to violence, we’ve gathered resources available to help support you and your loved ones.
Although Philly Tech week is over, let's continue to connect and learn from one another!
Want to help clean, green, and celebrate our parks? Sign up right now for an event during LOVE Your Park Week, 5/13 - 5/21.
The first step to civic participation really starts with one thing: Voting! Here's how to get started.
We must provide residents with the basic tools they need to be employable & the jobs needed to employ them. Here's how we can — together.
My heart breaks for the families who found their loved ones’ headstones toppled. We stand with our Jewish brothers & sisters.
The Mayor made some big announcements at the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce recently. Here's how those plans will help business.
This Black History Month, let's celebrate our city's diversity and learn about where we come from — and how far we have to go.
Thank you for your commitment to welcoming immigrants and refugees from around the world to the City of Brotherly Love.
Here's how to get involved to give back on the MLK Day of Service on Monday, January 16, 2017.
Read the report on the progress achieved throughout Philadelphia during the first year of our Administration.
The City will do everything it can to protect Philadelphia's diverse and inclusive practices. Here are resources for you, too.
I will stand up against hate crimes, violence & anything that threatens our city’s inclusive & diverse practices, but I cannot do it alone.
Tuesday, November 8th is Election Day! Do you have a plan to vote?
In less than four weeks, the most exciting and historic event in our country's recent memory will happen in Philadelphia, the Democratic National Convention.
On his 100th day serving as Philadelphia's 99th Mayor, Jim provides a report on his Administration's progress and reflects on the path the city is on toward creating a fairer future for all Philadelphians.
There are countless employees who go above and beyond their job description to help their fellow citizens. One story, about an employee at L&I, I wanted to share.