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Zoning

PSCA knows the importance of zoning in to uphold the values and aspirations of our residents. This is a comprehensive resource to help you understand, engage with, and navigate the intricacies of zoning within our neighborhood.

Meetings

  • Meetings are the second Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at St. Maron's Church Hall on Ellsworth Street between 10th and 11th

  • From time-to-time, meetings may be held virtually via the Zoom link below.

    • Register in advance for the Zoom meeting here, and look out for an email confirmation with the link to join.

  • The agenda and links to plans will be posted here shortly before the meeting. Email zoning@passyunk.org with any questions.

PSCA zoning cases are for properties between 6th and Broad and Washington and Tasker.

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Zoning Cases and Statuses

Here's the listing of cases we have heard and are scheduled to hear as well as results of past meetings:

1100 Wharton Street Proposed Project

A reminder that Councilmember Squilla is taking comments on the proposed city project at 1100 Wharton Street. Review plans, learn more, and get the latest updates here.

Planning

The PSCA aims to be a voice of the community for neighborhood planning and development. Our planning committee works with neighbors on how to implement projects -- big, small and everything in-between -- that benefit the community. We take an active role in discussions about development, land use, public space, transportation and other neighborhood spaces, considering the long-term issues and how to address them at the neighborhood level.

As a local registered community organization through the Philadelphia City Planning Commission, any developments seeking a zoning variance are subject to review by the PSCA Zoning Committee. All developers who have by-right zoning are welcome to present their development proposals to PSCA at our regular general membership monthly meetings.

 

Learn more about Zoning here.

Email contact@passyunk.org with any questions or to get involved with planning.

Click here for archived studies of the neighborhood.

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