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Neighborhood Tree Work Underway…

SCSSD is fully funding a massive Street Tree Pruning Project that started today (8/11/15)!  SCSSD’s contractor will service approximately 1,600 street trees during this project, which will take around 6 months to complete.  Trees will be posted with ‘No Parking Signs’ at least 24 hours in advance of the scheduled work date.

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2015 Children’s Halloween Party

Save the date!  The 11th annual SCSSD Children's Halloween Party will be on Saturday, October 24, 2015, from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM at the American Swedish Historical Museum in FDR Park.  This FREE event is exclusive to SCSSD residents.  SCSSD residents, be sure to check your mailboxes in early October for the orange-colored event flyer mailing!

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Cleaning Numbers - September 2015

During the month of September 2015, the SCSSD Cleaning Team collected a total of 796 bags of litter, leaves, and debris.  This collection had a combined weight over 11.9 tons!  In addition to the removal of litter and debris, detail operations have focused on the removal of curbside weeds throughout all District streets.

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Recycling Carts Distributed

In July 2015, SCSSD funded a project to provide every SCSSD household with a FREE, heavy-duty, 32-gallon recycling cart with wheels and attached lid.  The SCSSD recycling carts provide residents with a more durable alternative to help increase recycling, keep recyclables contained, and help decrease neighborhood litter.

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Cleaning Numbers - 2014 in Review

In 2014, the SCSSD Cleaning Team worked over 10,270 hours, collecting over 342,600 pounds of litter, leaves, and debris.  That's equivalent to over 171 tons!  In addition, the crew removed curbside weeds from all District streets, assisted neighbors with the pickup of bulk leaves, and collected 51 truckloads of fallen tree branches.

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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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