People are profoundly impacted by the appearance of their surroundings. An attractive visual environment positively affects a city’s economic, cultural, and social development.
We believe that citizens are our best hope for improvement and that all residents, regardless of income, education or neighborhood should benefit from laws protecting their built environment.
Do You Live Near an Illegal Billboard?
City Council will soon pass new billboard laws, legalizing many billboards that the billboard industry identified as illegal in 1990 and Penn Dot identified as illegal in 2006.
Bill #130656 amending Philadelphia’s 1991 outdoor advertising laws and may include the legalization of all illegal billboards in the City. To view the illegal billboards in your neighborhood please click on the link that corresponds to your Councilmanic District. Contact your Council person to voice your concern.
1st District, Councilman Mark Squilla 215-686-3458
2nd District, Kenyatta Johnson 215-686-3412, 3413
3rd District, Jannie Blackwell 215-686-3418, 3419
4th District, Curtis Jones, Jr. 215-686-3416, 3417
5th District, Darrell L. Clarke 215-686-3442, 3443, 2070
6th District, Bobby Hennon 215-686-3444, 3445
7th District, Maria D. Quinones-Sanchez 215-686-3448, 3449
8th District, Cindy Bass 215-686-3424, 3429
9th District, Marian B. Tasco 215-686-3454, 3455
10th District, Brian J. O’Neill 215-686-3422, 3423