Philadelphia City Services Closed on Thanksgiving Day

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Philadelphia City Services Closed on Thanksgiving Day

Philadelphia City Services Closed on Thanksgiving Day

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Philadelphia Offices Will Be Closed Thanksgiving DayPhiladelphia, PA - City Services Impacted on Thanksgiving: All City of Philadelphia offices will be closed and City services curtailed tomorrow, Thursday, November 26, in recognition of Thanksgiving. The Departments of Licenses and Inspections, Revenue, and Water will not be accepting appointments or providing in-person services to the public on the Concourse Level of the Municipal Services Building.

All-City of Philadelphia Offices Will Be Closed Thanksgiving Day

The City’s eCLIPSE system for online permitting and licensing and online file and payment website at www.phila.gov/pay remain available 24/7.

Trash and recycling will not be collected on Thursday. Residents with collections on Thursday should set out their trash and recycling for collection on Friday, November 27. Trash and recycling collections will be one day behind schedule for the remainder of the week.

The Philly 311 call center will be closed, however, residents can still submit service requests online anytime through the app, web portal, email, and social media. The Water Department Call Center will also be closed, however, residents can still call to report water emergencies at (215) 685-6300.

All-City District Health Centers are closed on Thanksgiving, as are the North and Northeast Municipal Service Centers; the Marriage License Bureau; all Philadelphia Parks & Recreation facilities; the Free Library of Philadelphia, and all of its branches. Field offices of the Department of Licenses and Inspectors remain closed to non-employees.

The executive offices of the Philadelphia Parking Authority, as well as its Violations branch, at 9th and Filbert Streets will be closed. The Philadelphia Parking Authority also will not be enforcing meters, kiosks, or residential parking time limits on Thanksgiving.

All Philadelphia Department of Prisons facilities remains closed to civilian visitors due to COVID-19 precautions.

City offices will reopen on Friday, November 27, 2020.


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