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Shredding Event

The 8th Annual SCSSD Document Shredding Event was held on Saturday, April 12, 2014.  A total of 4.76 tons of paper was shredded and will be successfully recycled.  That's equivalent to saving 81 trees!  SCSSD thanks all of the residents who attended and helped make this year's Shredding Event a success.

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SCSSD Submits Casino Testimony

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Working through the Winter Weather

The SCSSD Residential Cleaning Program continues operations through the winter months.  

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"Neighborhood Notes"

The latest edition (Spring 2013 - Issue 6) of SCSSD's community newsletter, "Neighborhood Notes", has been posted online!

SCSSD residents will receive a hard copy mailing of the newsletter in March.

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Landscape Beautification at
Broad & Bigler

In May 2013, SCSSD completed Phase 2 of the landscape enhancements at the northeast and northwest corners of Broad & Bigler Streets.

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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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