Category: Parks and Beautification

Love Your Park Fall Service Day Recap

A mother and her two sons rake and pick up leaves to put them in large paper bags. There's a baseball field and trees in the background. It is autumn as the leaves on the trees are turning colors.

Thank you to every friend and neighbor who volunteered! Because of our volunteers, WICA was able to clean up three neighborhood public spaces: LaNoce Park, Wissahickon War Memorial, and David P. Montgomery… Read more »

Philly Spring Cleanup – LaNoce Park

It takes a team to make it clean! The annual Philly Spring Cleanup will be held on Saturday, April 10th 9am-2pm. Volunteer registration is now open at PhillySpringCleanup.com. Get your family,… Read more »

Wissahickon Trail Updates

A repaired railing along the Wissahickon Valley Park Trail with a blue sky and stone arch bridge in the background

The guard rail along the Wissahickon Trail near the 100 steps has been repaired!

Love Your Park Fall Service Day

Show our neighborhood parks some love! On November 9, 2019 join us at LaNoce Park or David P. Montgomery Field. Details below. Light refreshments will be provided. Volunteer registration is… Read more »

2019 Philly Spring Clean-up

Join WICA for the 12th Annual Philly Spring Cleanup on Saturday, April 6th from 9am to 2pm as we clean and green LaNoce Park. Volunteer registration is now open at PhillySpringCleanup.com…. Read more »

LaNoce Park Fall Service Day 2018

Help us clean, green and love LaNoce Park on Saturday, November 10th 9am-1pm! We are tackling inside the park as well as the surrounding sidewalk. Work to include leaf raking/collection, weeding/gardening,… Read more »

David P. Montgomery Field Dedication

The dedication of David P. Montgomery Field (formerly Daisy Field) will take place this Sunday, November 4th 11am-12pm. Join us in honoring Mr. Montgomery along with special guests Mayor Jim… Read more »

Wissahickon War Memorial: History & Future

One hundred years ago the Wissahickon Businessmen’s Association, along with the Rexton Boys Club and other supporters, moved the Wissahickon War Memorial to it’s current home on Rochelle Avenue, across… Read more »