Category: Meetings

Mtg with Del Valley Regional Planning -Wissahickon Gateway Project

A mtg was held with DVRP, Matt Wysong & staff on June 29, 2017. Present were: Jeannette Brugger-Bicycle & Pedestrian Coordinator, OTIS, Amy Miller-City Planner, Sue Dannenberg-Bike Coaliton, Tim Carey-Philly Bike Club, Geoff Brock & Suzanne Hagner, WICA. Ridge Ave from Kelly Drive to Righter St/Hermit St poses safety issues for pedestrians and bicyclists due… Read more »

Public meeting with Philadelphia City Planning Commission

In an effort to help curtail overdevelopment, the Philadelphia City Planning Commission (PCPC) has developed a comprehensive plan to rezone the Wissahickon neighborhood. Major goals for the proposed zoning map include; encouraging the preservation of older homes on large lots, discouraging subdivision, promoting a walkable, family-friendly neighborhood, and supporting more vibrancy in our commercial storefronts…. Read more »

Highlights from the January 2016 Membership Meeting: Permit Parking

A representative from the PPA came to answer questions about permit parking. Here’s a brief summary of her explanations . . . Anyone interested in permit parking on their street can pursue it by submitting a petition signed by 60% or more of the residents on the block (this includes owners and tenants, one signature… Read more »

February 2016 General Membership Meeting

The next General Membership Meeting of the Wissahickon Interested Citizen’s Association will be held on Wednesday, February 10th at 7:00 pm. The meeting will be held in the Board Room of Northern Children’s Services. The entrance can be found on the Righter Street side of the main building. Joe Hager from the Philadelphia Department of… Read more »

Updates and April 8th General Membership Meeting

Hello Neighbors, The next general membership meeting of the Wissahickon Interested Citizen’s Association will be held on Wednesday, April 8th at 7:00 pm in the Board Room of Northern Children’s Services. All are welcome to attend and encouraged to join the Civic (membership is $10/person for the year). Below are links to some of the… Read more »