What We Know About Philly’s New Ward Leaders

The good news from 2022’s ward race, according to Philly 3.0’s engagement editor: A slight gain in “open wards.” The bad news: Philly machine politics is still going strong

By Jon Geeting

A Major Pocketbook Issue

New property assessments out today could significantly raise taxes next year for Philadelphia homeowners. Philly 3.0’s engagement director on what the City can do to ease the burden

By Jon Geeting

SEPTA for the Win

The transit agency’s new pilot will give 15,000 workers free Anywhere Passes. Philly 3.0's engagement director on why Key Advantage could save public transportation

By Jon Geeting

What We Know About 2022’s Ward Elections

The bad news, according to Philly 3.0’s engagement director? Too many vacancies remain. The good news? You can easily write yourself in to victory.

By Jon Geeting

Run For Office in Philly

Petitions to get on the ballot for committeeperson are due March 15. Here, Philly 3.0's engagement director with everything you need to know to throw your hat in the ring

By Jon Geeting

Are City Council Term Limits On The Way?

Councilmembers Allan Domb, Helen Gym and four others agree that legislators should make way for new blood. Are there six more willing to make it happen?

By Jon Geeting

Guess What’s to Blame for Keeping Washington Avenue Unsafe?

Despite 10 years of planning, the City’s failure to deliver on promises to make the South Philly arterial safer is the handiwork of a longtime good governance nemesis: councilmanic prerogative

By Jon Geeting

What’s Missing From This Picture?

A handful of ward leaders are choosing the nominees in special elections. There’s one thing missing from this insider, backroom process: You!

By Jon Geeting