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Cleaning Team - 2017 in Review

In 2017, the SCSSD Cleaning Team worked over 11,677 hours, collecting 367,410 pounds of litter, leaves, and debris.  That's equivalent to over 183 tons!  Throughout the year, the crew removed curbside weeds from all District streets, assisted neighbors with the pickup of bulk leaves, and collected 56 truckloads of fallen tree branches.   

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Cleaning Numbers - December 2017

During the month of December 2017, the SCSSD Cleaning Team collected a total of 6.1 tons of litter and 31.1 tons of leaves and debris! This collection had a combined weight over 37.2 tons! SCSSD’s landscape contractor provided assistance to the Cleaning Team with mechanical leaf pickup on residential streets with a high volume of leaves.

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2017 Halloween Party

We thank the 1,205 guests who attended our 13th Annual Children’s Halloween Party on Saturday, 10/28 at the American Swedish Historical Museum in FDR Park. That is our second highest attendance total! We hope everyone enjoyed the fun activities and had a great time.

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All Wars Memorial

SCSSD proudly funded the installation of the “All Wars Memorial” and surrounding landscape at 15th Street & Moyamensing Avenue to serve as a tribute to the great men and women who served and continue to serve our great country.  We cannot thank you enough for your service! 

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The Sports Complex Special Services District, or SCSSD for short, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that serves approximately 9,000 residents living in 4,100 households surrounding the Sports Complex venues in South Philadelphia. 

SCSSD is engaged in a mission to:

  • Protect Community Interests
  • Improve Neighborhood Quality of Life
  • Promote Efficient Operation of Adjacent Sports Venues

SCSSD was established in 2002 and began active operations in March of 2003. In 2001, the three sports venue operators — Comcast Spectacor, the Philadelphia Phillies, and the Philadelphia Eagles — committed a combined $1 million annual contribution (with annual CPI adjustment) to fully fund SCSSD efforts and address the unique needs of South Philadelphia residents living in close proximity to an active, world-class Sports Complex. SCSSD is the only such district in the nation created for community benefit and financed entirely by local sports teams.

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