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What’s with the Requested Rate Change?: 9 Ways to Learn More, Get Involved

April 3, 2018  |  Public Affairs

Customers, City Council, Mayor Kenney, and the Water Rate Board were recently informed that we need to raise rates. Increased rates will ensure we have the resources we need to better maintain one of the oldest water systems in the country.

As a part of the process—and to promote transparency—we are holding seven Public Input Hearings across the city.

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1st Annual Mill Creek Tour

November 26, 2014  |  Public Affairs

Mill Creek can be found on 19th century maps of Philadelphia, draining more than 4,000 acres of West Philadelphia with its main stem and tributaries.

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PWD Tours at Greenbuild!

October 7, 2013  |  Public Affairs

Did you know that the Philadelphia Water Department is leading a tour during Greenbuildon November 23rd from 8am to noon titled, “Revolutionary Civil Engineering: Municipal Stormwater and Wastewater Leadership?”

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Gardens Save Dollars and Make Sense

September 5, 2013  |  Public Affairs

This Saturday, September 7th, you can explore the green garden oases of South Philadelphia with the South Philadelphia Food Co-op. The Co-op is hosting their 3rd annual South Philly Self-Guided Garden Tour from 1 to 5pm. This past month they’ve been counting down the days with all of the different ways gardens save the city dollars and benefit our well-being.

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