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PPA Sits Down with KYW’s Bridging Philly to Discuss its Mission

FROM LEFT: PPA Deputy Director, Corinne O'Connor. PPA Board Chair, Beth Grossman. Parking Enforcement Officer Carla Evans. KYW's Racquel Williams. PPA General Counsel, Dennis Weldon. This week Bridging Philly invited the Philadelphia Parking Authority to get a better understanding of the authority and their mission. KYW’s Racquel Williams sits down with
  • Posted on 1 Aug 2022
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PPA Attends Council President Clarke’s Pop-Up Hiring Fair

  On Tuesday, July 26th, the Philadelphia Parking Authority was a proud participant in City Council President Darrell Clarke's Pop-Up Hiring Fair. With giveaways on hand, we were thrilled to provide job seekers the opportunity to explore the multiple career opportunities currently being offered. Want to see for yourself? Tap the button
  • Posted on 1 Aug 2022
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CUSTOMER REMINDER: PPA Strongly Discourages Use of Third-Party Payment Platforms

When paying outstanding balances to the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA), we strongly encourage customers to use official PPA payment methods. Customers who use third-party payment platforms have reported delayed payments and high fees. These delays prevent timely retrieval of vehicles after payment or cause additional enforcement.  When paying at www.philapark.org, payments are
  • Posted on 20 Jul 2022
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July 2022: Regular Board Meeting

On Tuesday, July 19th, 2022, the Philadelphia Parking Authority’s Board met for its monthly board meeting. The meeting agenda, along with the Board approved motions, can be found here.
  • Posted on 19 Jul 2022
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PPA Attends Senator Streets Community Baby Shower

  On Saturday, July 9th, the Philadelphia Parking Authority was a proud participant in Senator Sharif Street's community baby shower for families and expecting parents. “It is critical we support families in real and measurable ways,” said Senator Street “Following a surge of newborns during the pandemic, my wife, April, brainstormed ways in
  • Posted on 19 Jul 2022
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Regular Board Meeting: July 2022

Due to the public health impact and concerns of the COVID-19 outbreak and in light of recommendations by public health officials, the Authority’s Regular Board Meeting scheduled for 10:00 a.m., on July 19, 2022, offers both in-person or virtual attendance via Microsoft Teams webinar. You may register to attend the Board
  • Posted on 13 Jul 2022
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TESTIMONY OF BETH GROSSMAN, ESQUIRE BOARD CHAIR, PHILADELPHIA PARKING AUTHORITY PHILADELPHIA CITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 220149 JUNE 22, 2022

Good afternoon, Chairpersons Gym and Green and members of the Committees on Children and Youth and Finance present today. My name is Beth Grossman, and I proudly serve as the recently appointed chair of the Board of the Philadelphia Parking Authority. I personally wanted to be engaged in today’s joint-committees hearing to
  • Posted on 22 Jun 2022
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PPA Announces Bike Lane Enforcement Initiative

  (PHILADELPHIA) - Citing 41 deaths and over 135 injuries since 2011, Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA) Deputy Executive Director Corinne O’Connor announced the PPA's new Bicycle Lane Enforcement Initiative, which calls for the targeted assignment of 8 new bike lane enforcement officers to focus exclusively on enforcing bike lane regulations in
  • Posted on 18 May 2022
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Unprocessed & Lost Ticket Information

Lose Your Ticket? After 15 days a ticket is issued, and no payment is made or dispute submitted, a request is sent to the appropriate department of motor vehicles for the name and address of the registered owner.  Once that is obtained, a “Notice of Violation” is mailed to the registered
  • Posted on 23 Mar 2022
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Where to Park for the Philadelphia Auto Show

  From March 5 – 13, car enthusiasts young and old can gawk and marvel at the automotive industry’s latest creations at The Pennsylvania Convention Center. The Philadelphia Auto Show will feature hundreds of concept, classic, luxury and exotic cars on a 700,000 square-foot display room. Lamborghinis, Ferraris, Ashton Martins, you
  • Posted on 2 Mar 2022
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