On December 1st, 2016, executive members of neighboring Hahnemann University Hospital met up with John Chin and PCDC board member, Gary Ng, in Chinatown. Hospital CEO, Michael Halter, and Chief Business Development Officer, Robert Pavlich, spent time at their physicians’ offices located at 1008 Arch Street in Chinatown. Hahnemann’s physicians and front staff are bilingual. […]
You Have a Choice to Enroll or Not Enroll!!! Since the open enrollment started in November 2016, PCDC has already helped over 200 individuals enroll in either Medicaid (MA), Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) or Marketplace plans. If you need help in getting or renewing your health insurance, or have health insurance related questions, […]
Agreement has been signed with the upcoming nightclub on 12th and Vine Street, NOTO. PCDC led the process of creating the agreement with the nightclub owners, Callowhill Neighborhood Association and Old Shoe Factory Lofts, which are located behind the future business. The agreement addresses potential issues such as litter, noise and graffiti and the process […]
Tax Filing Season Begins Jan. 23 and Due April 18. What You Need to Know According to a new tax law change, the IRS cannot issue refunds before February 15 for tax returns that claim the Earned Income Tax Credit or the Additional Child Tax Credit. This law is set to help protect tax filers […]
PCDC identified seven needy children to receive an early Christmas present. Mayor Kenney, CH2M Hill, and Neighborhood Bike Works’ collaborated to give away new bikes. This is their 12th annual giveaway, with over 3,000 bikes donated to date. Speakers at the event addressing the youth included Mayor Kenney and Dr. Nina Ahmad, Deputy Mayor for […]
For just $1-a-Day, PCDC can maintain a street cleaning team that will clean our streets daily, report illegal trash dumping, report and clean graffiti, and educate and outreach on trash issues.
2017 will be an exciting year for Chinatown! PCDC is updating the Chinatown Neighborhood Plan, which will guide development in the community bounded by Spring Garden, 13th, Filbert, and 8th. The surveying process is currently underway. With your participation, we will get a good picture of how our neighborhood has changed since the last plan […]
On December 5th, a cold winter night, over 40 neighbors and business owners came out to talk about nuisance businesses.