From Civil War-Era Flags to campaign buttons, to children's toys, this exhibit assembles hundreds of flag-related artifacts that represent a unique part of American heritage. Included with museum admission.
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Philadelphia’s City Branch is an unused network of 115-year-old depressed rail lines that transported goods and people into and…
All meetings of the Architectural Committee, a technical advisory committee to the Historical Commission, are open to the public. These meetings are held monthly in the Commission's offices in Room 578,… Read More
Philadelphia City Planning Commission
Tue, November 15, 2016, 1pm – 5pm
Philadelphia City Planning Commission, 13th floor, 1515 Arch St, Philadelphia, PA 19102, United States (map)
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The City of Philadelphia received federal funding to make improvements along American Street between Girard and Indiana Avenues. Trees, bike racks and lanes, benches, lighting, green stormwater infrastructure and more are… Read More
This year, our annual Sustainable Energy Conference centers on the following theme: Connect the Dots Now for a Self Sufficient Energy Future. From the Office of the Governor to our own Mayor… Read More
The Philadelphia City Planning Commission will conduct its second public meeting to discuss the Far Northeast Districts Plan. The Plan is part of the City's larger Comprehensive Plan, Philadelphia2035. Feedback from… Read More
In early October, Philadelphia officials traveled to Copenhagen with the Knight Foundation and the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia to learn about best practices in planning accessible, connected cities for all… Read More