Virtual instruction will resume on a normal schedule and all offices and buildings will reopen starting tomorrow, Wednesday, February 3.
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All primary and secondary streets have been made passable. Crews plowed the roads overnight and will be focusing efforts on servicing residential streets that have not been plowed. Crews will continue to work throughout the remainder of the week to service all roads.
Residents should expect delays as crews navigate through snow and ice. All trash and recycling collections were suspended Monday, February 1, and Tuesday, February 2. Residents whose normal trash day is Monday or Tuesday must hold their materials for collections until next Monday, February 8 or Tuesday, February 9.
City-run COVID-19 testing sites will resume normal operations tomorrow, Wednesday, February 3. The Health Department recommends calling ahead to non-City run sites to check if the sites are open or to learn if they are operating with different hours.
Updated to reflect the snow emergency has been lifted and that trash and recycling collections will resume on Wednesday, February 3.
Courts will remain closed on Tuesday, but critical services will be operational including: Emergency Protection from Abuse Filings, Preliminary Arraignment Court, and Bail Acceptance.
PPA will resume enforcing all parking regulations, including meters, kiosks, and residential parking time limits at 6:30 a.m. Wednesday, February 3. All parking safety regulations remain in effect.
All Philadelphia Department of Prisons facilities remain closed to civilian visitors due to COVID-19 precautions.