Please note that EPX will now be holding its zoning meetings every SECOND TUESDAY

Join us for our monthly zoning meeting on Tuesday, December 9th at 7PM at Neumann-Goretti’s Media Library, 11th and Moore, Room 211 (2nd Floor). Open to the public.

Agenda:

1913 S 10th St (RSA-5)
For the creation of a takeout restaurant within an existing structure. The existing structure is currently registered as a grocery store and a one family dwelling on the 2nd floor.

804-806 Fernon/805-807 Mountain (RSA-5)
INFORMATIONAL SESSION ONLY: For the demolition of current structure and the erection of four single family homes.

Get in the holiday spirit with EPX!

S. 13th Street Holiday Lights.  Photo by J. Fusco
S. 13th Street Holiday Lights. Photo by J. Fusco

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See why the lights in EPX were named one of the Top 15 Must-See Holiday Attractions according to Visitphilly.com!

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For an additional $10 you can go on a historic Christmas tour of East Passyunk Avenue guided by EPX co-chair Joseph F. Marino. Joe will take you on a stroll down the Avenue and reminiscence about the stores, shops and eateries of Christmas Past! This option is limited to fifteen people! If you’re interested, please email contact@epcrossing.org and let us know!!

We will also be raffling off this ENORMOUS Coca-Cola polar bear plush! Raffle tickets are only $1

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The Philadelphia City Planning Commission is hosting their first public meeting to gather input for the South District Plan on December 4 at 6PM at South Philadelphia High, 2101 S Broad St. The South District Plan will guide the city’s planning efforts for South Philly for the next ten year, informing decisions about investments, zoning mapping, and general improvements and changes to our area’s built environment.

EPX encourages you to show up and have your voice heard. More information about the South District plan can be found on the South District plan’s webpage.