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Links and Contact Information

Useful Phone Numbers

Emergency:

  • Fire, Emergency and Police: 911

Non Emergency:

  • Sixth District Police Station, 11th & Winter: 215-686-3060
  • Sixth District Police:
    • Community Relations: Officer Julie
    • Carpenter, Julie.Carpenter@phila.gov
    • PSA3 Liaison: Lt. Kevin Rice: ppd.06_psa3@phila.gov
    • Captain John O’Hanlon: 215-686-3060
    • Vice, Sgt. Lanciano: 215-685-9900, (Cell) 215-317-0836
    • Undercover, Officer Joseph Ferrero, (Cell) 215-375-0932
  • South Street Mini-Station: 215-922-6706
  • Narcotics Hotline: 215-686-3784
  • Auto Theft Hotline: 215-685-9126
  • Abandoned Vehicles: 215-686-3063
  • Graffiti (existing): 311
  • Nuisance Bars & Properties: 215-686-3060
  • Sanitation Enforcement: 215-686-3060
  • Victim’s Assistance: 215-686-3063
City Services: FIRST TRY CALLING 311!

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  • Animal Control (barking dogs, dead animals): 267-385-3800
  • Anti-Graffiti Hotline: 311
  • City Hall: 215-686-1776
  • Drug Property: 215-686-5858
  • Project H.O.M.E. Homeless Assistance Hotline: 215-232-1984
  • Mayor’s Action Center: 215-686-3000
  • Fairmount Park Commission: 215-685-1835
  • Health Department (Foul Odors, etc.): 215-823-7583
  • Historical Commission: 215-686-7660
  • Licenses and Inspections: 215-686-2463
  • Parking Authority Enforcement (9-5pm): 215-683-9000, 215-683-9773
  • Pennsylvania SPCA: 215-426-6300
  • Recycling Office Hotline: 215-685-7329
  • Resident Parking Permit: 215-683-9730/ 215-973-9732
  • Sanitation Rubbish Removal: 215-685-1770
  • Sanitation Enforcement: 215-686-3082
  • Vice (Prostitution, etc.): 685-1100

Streets Department:

  • Street Lights: 311
  • Alley Lights: 311
  • Repair and Potholes: 215-686-5560
  • Trash Collection/Bulk Pick-Up: 215-686-5560
Links For All Residents
Links For Property Owners
Links For Tenants
Fun Fact:

The name “Washington Square West” came into official use in the late 1950s and early 1960s as part of Edmund Bacons comprehensive plan for Center City.

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