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Lawncrest Streets Southeast

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Current Status:

Start:

Summer 2020

Completion:

Winter 2022

Overview

Project #50125 (Lawncrest Streets Southeast) will implement green infrastructure to improve the stormwater management of the Lawncrest neighborhood. This is part of the overall Green Infrastructure Initiative implemented by City of Philadelphia called Green City, Clean Waters. It is part of several GSI projects in a multi-year Lawncrest project package.

Streets Affected

  • Bingham Street from E. Godfrey Avenue to Van Kirk Street
  • Van Kirk Street from Elsinore Street to Bennington Street
  • Bennington Street from Van Kirk Street to Comly Street
  • Lawndale Street from Van Kirk Street to Comly Street
  • Alcott Street from Colgate Street to Bingham Street
  • Rosalie Street from Colgate Street to Bingham Street
  • E. Cheltenham Ave. from Colgate Street to Bingham Street
  • Anchor Street from Colgate Street to Bingham Street
  • Carver Street from Colgate Street to Bingham Street
  • Sanger Street from Colgate Street to Bingham Street
  • E. Godfrey Ave. from Bingham Street to Tabor Ave.
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Project #50125

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Project Files

project-summary-sheet-50125October 22, 2020 50125_PreConstructionNTP_LetterOctober 22, 2020

Updates

Construction began

Construction begin at System 1, Bingham & Godfrey Aves. on 7/1/2020.

Posted by:
Amy Hopf
Category:
Project Update

Construction Resumed

Following Governor Tom Wolf’s announcement that construction activities across the state would be allowed to resume, work for this project was able to resume.

This resumption follows a construction freeze of all non-emergency work that was put in place on March 20, 2020.

Your health and safety is our priority at all worksites. Our teams are utilizing protective equipment, sanitizing procedures and social distancing. PWD is committed to ensuring a safe workplace for all PWD employees and protecting their health.

To report construction‑related incidents or issues requiring immediate attention, please call 215‑685‑6300.
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