On August 5, 2020, the Audit & Inspections Unit for the Philadelphia Department of Licenses & Inspections sent a letter to contractors outlining guidelines to avoid fines. This letter includes
Mayor Kenney announced the curfew will resume at 8pm tonight, Friday, June 5. The curfew continues through 6am, Saturday, June 6. Only people with essential duties will be permitted outdoors.
Mayor Kenney announced the curfew will resume at 6pm tonight, Wednesday, June 3. The curfew continues through 6am, Thursday, June 4. The Center City traffic grid - Vine to Walnut
Mayor Kenney announced the curfew will begin at 8:30pm tonight, Tuesday, June 2 to allow residents time to vote and return home before the curfew goes into effect. The curfew
City officials today provided the following updates: Road Closures: In order to facilitate the cleanup and further emergency responses if needed, the City has closed all streets in Center City.
City officials today provided the following updates in response to the violence Saturday evening in Center City. Road Closures: In order to facilitate the cleanup and further emergency responses if
Philadelphia’s Department of Licenses and Inspections’s Director of Audits and Investigations, Will Fernandez, Esq., sent an email to contractors with licenses in Philadelphia describing the coming shift in the enforcement
GBCA has partnered with the Philadelphia Department of Licenses & Inspections (L&I) to help respond to contractor issues with their department processes. Contractors with building inspection requests for L&I should
Emergency systems repair and replacement are exempted from Philadelphia’s Stay at Home Order and may continue. Contractors must obtain permits within 3 days of the emergency repair or replacement. New
Today the City of Philadelphia issued a Stay at Home order, further restricting activity in order to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. READ THE ORDER Throughout this situation GBCA