Residents invited for food, fun, & greening information 62nd & Lindbergh
The Philadelphia Water Department invites neighbors to join them and give feedback on plans for a greener and safer Lindbergh Blvd. The second neighborhood party and informal discussion will take place at the triangle between Lindbergh Blvd. and Dicks Avenue at 62nd Street. Starting at 12:00 noon on Sunday, June 13.
In addition to informal discussion with PWD representatives, there will be water ice and pretzels, family-friendly games, and free plants to take home (while they last!). This gathering follows the first feedback meeting held June 10. Both are being sponsored jointly by the Water Department, Heinz Wildlife Refuge, the City of Philadelphia’s Managing Director’s Office, and Audubon Mid-Atlantic.
The goals of these sessions are to learning how best to create new community space, inform residents about planned green stormwater work coming to the area, and obtaining feedback on a street-safety project around the Lindbergh traffic triangle.
The hosts ask the public to follow the current CDC guidelines regarding Covid19: All persons not vaccinated must wear a mask and should stay home if they feel sick.
To check on any changes, consult the events calendar on the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge’s website: https://www.fws.gov/refuge/john_heinz/
This meeting will be held virtually if weather does not permit meeting outside and in-person.
For more information call 267-969-3208 or email email@example.com
(Daniel Schupsy is an Outreach Specialist at PWD)