Mayor Emails

Taylor Amarel filed this request with the Mayor's Office of Philadelphia, PA.
Tracking #

4793

Est. Completion July 31, 2019
Status
Fix Required

Communications

From: Taylor Amarel


To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the Pennsylvania Right to Know Act, I hereby request the following records:

I would like to obtain all emails sent to, from, or copied to Mayor Jim Kenney from January 1, 2019 to June 1, 2019 containing any of the following non-case-sensitive key-strings:

"EB-5" or "Whistleblower"

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 5 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Taylor Amarel

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear requests@muckrock.com,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day. If you do not receive an email within 5 business days, please contact the City immediately as occasionally a requester's spam blocking service interferes with the delivery of our emails and we are not aware of the issue.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you are seeking a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.00.  The City of Philadelphia is often confused with other entities, such as the ones below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

CITY OF PHILADELPHIA LAW DEPARTMENT One Parkway Building 1515 Arch Street Philadelphia, PA 19102 Marcel S. Pratt City Solicitor BY EMAIL: requests@muckrock.com Re: FW: Pennsylvania Right to Know Act Request: Mayor Emails Request #: 4793 Dear Taylor Amarel: Thank you for writing to the City of Philadelphia (“City”) with your request for information. A brief description of your request(s) as well as the City’s internal tracking number can be found below. Please note at the outset that requests for records to state and local agencies in Pennsylvania are generally governed by the Commonwealth’s Right-To-Know Law, 65 P.S. § 67.101 et seq., (the “Act” or “RTK Law”). Be advised that we will be asserting the City’s right to an additional thirty (30) calendar days to review the request as provided for by the Act. This right is being asserted for the following reasons: a) Bona fide staffing limitations (in retrieving and reviewing the record(s) requested); b) A legal review is necessary to determine whether the record(s) is a record(s) subject to access under the Act; c) To determine if the request requires the redaction of a public record(s); d) The extent or nature of the request precludes a response within the required time period. We will contact you regarding this request within thirty (30) calendar days as required by law. Respectfully, Jill I. Freeman Deputy City Solicitor (215) 683-5069 (fax) Tracking #: Amarel 4793 Request Summary: All emails to or from Mayor Jim Kenney from 1/1/19 to 6/1/19 containing any of the following keywords: "EB-5" or "Whistleblower". Original Request:
Rec’d: 6/10/19

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day. If you do not receive an email within 5 business days, please contact the City immediately as occasionally a requester's spam blocking service interferes with the delivery of our emails and we are not aware of the issue.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you are seeking a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.00.  The City of Philadelphia is often confused with other entities, such as the ones below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

Good morning Taylor, The City is continuing to process your Right to Know Law request but it requires additional time to search for records. Thus, would you kindly grant the City an extension of time until 7/31/19 to respond to your request? Thank you, Robert L. Kieffer Assistant City Solicitor (215) 683-5032 (Tel.) (215) 683-5069 (fax)

On
Mon, Jun 10 at 3:38 PM
, City of Philadelphia Right to Know <righttoknow@phila.gov> wrote:
THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear requests@muckrock.com, Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day.

From: Mayor's Office

Good afternoon,

The City is continuing to process your attached request but it requires additional time to search for and obtain responsive records. Thus, would you kindly grant the City an extension of time until 7/31/19 to respond to your request?

Thank you,
Robert

Robert L. Kieffer, Esq.
Assistant City Solicitor, Right to Know Division
City of Philadelphia Law Department
1515 Arch Street, 17th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19102
(215) 683-5032 (Phone)
(215) 683-5069 (Fax)

From: Mayor's Office

Good afternoon, Attached please find the final response to your Right to Know Law request. Thank you, Robert L. Kieffer Assistant City Solicitor (215) 683-5032 (Tel.) (215) 683-5069 (fax)

On
Mon, Jul 15 at 10:23 AM
, Robert Kieffer <righttoknow@phila.gov> wrote:


Good morning Taylor,

The City is continuing to process your Right to Know Law request but it requires additional time to search for records. Thus, would you kindly grant the City an extension of time until 7/31/19 to respond to your request?

Thank you,

Robert L. Kieffer
Assistant City Solicitor
(215) 683-5032 (Tel.)
(215) 683-5069 (fax)



On
Mon, Jun 10 at 3:38 PM
, City of Philadelphia Right to Know <righttoknow@phila.gov> wrote:
THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear requests@muckrock.com, Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day.

From: Taylor Amarel

Hi,

Thanks so much for your help with this request! I really appreciate it.

Sincerely,
Taylor Amarel

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day. If you do not receive an email within 5 business days, please contact the City immediately as occasionally a requester's spam blocking service interferes with the delivery of our emails and we are not aware of the issue.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you are seeking a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.00.  The City of Philadelphia is often confused with other entities, such as the ones below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Taylor Amarel

Thank you for the update.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day. If you do not receive an email within 5 business days, please contact the City immediately as occasionally a requester's spam blocking service interferes with the delivery of our emails and we are not aware of the issue.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you are seeking a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.00.  The City of Philadelphia is often confused with other entities, such as the ones below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day. If you do not receive an email within 5 business days, please contact the City immediately as occasionally a requester's spam blocking service interferes with the delivery of our emails and we are not aware of the issue.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you are seeking a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.00.  The City of Philadelphia is often confused with other entities, such as the ones below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day. If you do not receive an email within 5 business days, please contact the City immediately as occasionally a requester's spam blocking service interferes with the delivery of our emails and we are not aware of the issue.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you are seeking a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.00.  The City of Philadelphia is often confused with other entities, such as the ones below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day. If you do not receive an email within 5 business days, please contact the City immediately as occasionally a requester's spam blocking service interferes with the delivery of our emails and we are not aware of the issue.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you are seeking a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.00.  The City of Philadelphia is often confused with other entities, such as the ones below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day. If you do not receive an email within 5 business days, please contact the City immediately as occasionally a requester's spam blocking service interferes with the delivery of our emails and we are not aware of the issue.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you are seeking a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.00.  The City of Philadelphia is often confused with other entities, such as the ones below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day. If you do not receive an email within 5 business days, please contact the City immediately as occasionally a requester's spam blocking service interferes with the delivery of our emails and we are not aware of the issue.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you are seeking a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.00.  The City of Philadelphia is often confused with other entities, such as the ones below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day. If you do not receive an email within 5 business days, please contact the City immediately as occasionally a requester's spam blocking service interferes with the delivery of our emails and we are not aware of the issue.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you are seeking a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.00.  The City of Philadelphia is often confused with other entities, such as the ones below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day. If you do not receive an email within 5 business days, please contact the City immediately as occasionally a requester's spam blocking service interferes with the delivery of our emails and we are not aware of the issue.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you are seeking a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.00.  The City of Philadelphia is often confused with other entities, such as the ones below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day. If you do not receive an email within 5 business days, please contact the City immediately as occasionally a requester's spam blocking service interferes with the delivery of our emails and we are not aware of the issue.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you are seeking a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.00.  The City of Philadelphia is often confused with other entities, such as the ones below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day. If you do not receive an email within 5 business days, please contact the City immediately as occasionally a requester's spam blocking service interferes with the delivery of our emails and we are not aware of the issue.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you are seeking a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.00.  The City of Philadelphia is often confused with other entities, such as the ones below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day. If you do not receive an email within 5 business days, please contact the City immediately as occasionally a requester's spam blocking service interferes with the delivery of our emails and we are not aware of the issue.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you are seeking a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.00.  The City of Philadelphia is often confused with other entities, such as the ones below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day. If you do not receive an email within 5 business days, please contact the City immediately as occasionally a requester's spam blocking service interferes with the delivery of our emails and we are not aware of the issue.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you are seeking a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.00.  The City of Philadelphia is often confused with other entities, such as the ones below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day. If you do not receive an email within 5 business days, please contact the City immediately as occasionally a requester's spam blocking service interferes with the delivery of our emails and we are not aware of the issue.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you are seeking a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.00.  The City of Philadelphia is often confused with other entities, such as the ones below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day. If you do not receive an email within 5 business days, please contact the City immediately as occasionally a requester's spam blocking service interferes with the delivery of our emails and we are not aware of the issue.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you are seeking a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.00.  The City of Philadelphia is often confused with other entities, such as the ones below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day. If you do not receive an email within 5 business days, please contact the City immediately as occasionally a requester's spam blocking service interferes with the delivery of our emails and we are not aware of the issue.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you are seeking a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.00.  The City of Philadelphia is often confused with other entities, such as the ones below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response to let you know that the City will process your request and respond further within 5 business days of its receipt by an Open Records Officer. Please note that requests received after 5PM are deemed received the next business day. If you do not receive an email within 5 business days, please contact the City immediately as occasionally a requester's spam blocking service interferes with the delivery of our emails and we are not aware of the issue.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you are seeking a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.00.  The City of Philadelphia is often confused with other entities, such as the ones below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response.  COVID-19
PROCESSING DELAY NOTICE: On March 13,
2020, the Mayor of Philadelphia issued a Declaration of Emergency Related to
the Known and Potential Presence of the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 in
Philadelphia, recognizing that COVID-19 constitutes a local disaster emergency.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response.  COVID-19
PROCESSING DELAY NOTICE: On March 13,
2020, the Mayor of Philadelphia issued a Declaration of Emergency Related to
the Known and Potential Presence of the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 in
Philadelphia, recognizing that COVID-19 constitutes a local disaster emergency.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response.  COVID-19
PROCESSING DELAY NOTICE: On March 13,
2020, the Mayor of Philadelphia issued a Declaration of Emergency Related to
the Known and Potential Presence of the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 in
Philadelphia, recognizing that COVID-19 constitutes a local disaster emergency.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response.  COVID-19
PROCESSING DELAY NOTICE: On March 13,
2020, the Mayor of Philadelphia issued a Declaration of Emergency Related to
the Known and Potential Presence of the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 in
Philadelphia, recognizing that COVID-19 constitutes a local disaster emergency.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response.  COVID-19
PROCESSING DELAY NOTICE: On March 13,
2020, the Mayor of Philadelphia issued a Declaration of Emergency Related to
the Known and Potential Presence of the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 in
Philadelphia, recognizing that COVID-19 constitutes a local disaster emergency.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response.  COVID-19
PROCESSING DELAY NOTICE: On March 13,
2020, the Mayor of Philadelphia issued a Declaration of Emergency Related to
the Known and Potential Presence of the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 in
Philadelphia, recognizing that COVID-19 constitutes a local disaster emergency.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response.  COVID-19
PROCESSING DELAY NOTICE: On March 13,
2020, the Mayor of Philadelphia issued a Declaration of Emergency Related to
the Known and Potential Presence of the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 in
Philadelphia, recognizing that COVID-19 constitutes a local disaster emergency.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response.  COVID-19
PROCESSING DELAY NOTICE: As part of the City of
Philadelphia’s plan to assure the continuity of operations and best meet the
needs of the citizens of Philadelphia during the COVID-19 disaster emergency, the City is
suspending the deadlines of all pending and incoming Right-to-Know Requests
until normal operations resume. An emergency declaration remains in effect at this time. The City is processing RTK requests,
however, please note that we are experiencing processing delays. COVID-19 continues to constitute a serious risk to
public health in Philadelphia with high risk of community transmission. Many
City offices and operations have limited access to
records. You can find the City's most up-to-date information
about COVID-19 in Philadelphia as well as announcements regarding current
orders and City operations at: https://www.phila.gov/programs/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/  

We encourage requesters to notify us if there is an
urgent need for information so that we can prioritize the processing of such
requests accordingly during this unusual time. Requesters may email feige.grundman@phila.gov detailing the urgent need for priority processing during the period of official emergency declaration - please provide any relevant court date, agency deadline, or other urgent need so that we can prioritize requests.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you seek a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.  If you seek audio, visual, or bodycam records from the Philadelphia Police Department, you will need to make a request following the instructions in 42 Pa.C.S.A. Sec. 67A03 at https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=42&div=0&chpt=67A. Such requests are not processed under the Right-to-Know Law.   The City of Philadelphia does not process Right-to-Know requests for the organizations listed below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response.  COVID-19
PROCESSING DELAY NOTICE: The City of
Philadelphia remains under an emergency declaration related to COVID-19. ’The City is processing RTK requests,
however, please note that we are experiencing processing delays. COVID-19 continues to constitute a serious risk to
public health in Philadelphia with high risk of community transmission. Many
City offices and operations have limited access to
records. You can find the City's most up-to-date information
about COVID-19 in Philadelphia as well as announcements regarding current
orders and City operations at: https://www.phila.gov/programs/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/  

We encourage requesters to notify us if there is an
urgent need for information so that we can prioritize the processing of such
requests accordingly during this unusual time. Requesters may email feige.grundman@phila.gov detailing the urgent need for priority processing during the period of official emergency declaration - please provide any relevant court date, agency deadline, or other urgent need so that we can prioritize requests.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you seek a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.  If you seek audio, visual, or bodycam records from the Philadelphia Police Department, you will need to make a request following the instructions in 42 Pa.C.S.A. Sec. 67A03 at https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=42&div=0&chpt=67A. Such requests are not processed under the Right-to-Know Law.   The City of Philadelphia does not process Right-to-Know requests for the organizations listed below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response.  COVID-19
PROCESSING DELAY NOTICE: The City of
Philadelphia remains under an emergency declaration related to COVID-19. ’The City is processing RTK requests,
however, please note that we are experiencing processing delays. COVID-19 continues to constitute a serious risk to
public health in Philadelphia with high risk of community transmission. Many
City offices and operations have limited access to
records. You can find the City's most up-to-date information
about COVID-19 in Philadelphia as well as announcements regarding current
orders and City operations at: https://www.phila.gov/programs/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/  

We encourage requesters to notify us if there is an
urgent need for information so that we can prioritize the processing of such
requests accordingly during this unusual time. Requesters may email feige.grundman@phila.gov detailing the urgent need for priority processing during the period of official emergency declaration - please provide any relevant court date, agency deadline, or other urgent need so that we can prioritize requests.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you seek a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.  If you seek audio, visual, or bodycam records from the Philadelphia Police Department, you will need to make a request following the instructions in 42 Pa.C.S.A. Sec. 67A03 at https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=42&div=0&chpt=67A. Such requests are not processed under the Right-to-Know Law.   The City of Philadelphia does not process Right-to-Know requests for the organizations listed below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response.  COVID-19
PROCESSING DELAY NOTICE: The City of
Philadelphia remains under an emergency declaration related to COVID-19. ’The City is processing RTK requests,
however, please note that we are experiencing processing delays. COVID-19 continues to constitute a serious risk to
public health in Philadelphia with high risk of community transmission. Many
City offices and operations have limited access to
records. You can find the City's most up-to-date information
about COVID-19 in Philadelphia as well as announcements regarding current
orders and City operations at: https://www.phila.gov/programs/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/  

We encourage requesters to notify us if there is an
urgent need for information so that we can prioritize the processing of such
requests accordingly during this unusual time. Requesters may email feige.grundman@phila.gov detailing the urgent need for priority processing during the period of official emergency declaration - please provide any relevant court date, agency deadline, or other urgent need so that we can prioritize requests.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you seek a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.  If you seek audio, visual, or bodycam records from the Philadelphia Police Department, you will need to make a request following the instructions in 42 Pa.C.S.A. Sec. 67A03 at https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=42&div=0&chpt=67A. Such requests are not processed under the Right-to-Know Law.   The City of Philadelphia does not process Right-to-Know requests for the organizations listed below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response.  COVID-19
PROCESSING DELAY NOTICE: The City of
Philadelphia remains under an emergency declaration related to COVID-19. ’The City is processing RTK requests,
however, please note that we are experiencing processing delays. COVID-19 continues to constitute a serious risk to
public health in Philadelphia with high risk of community transmission. Many
City offices and operations have limited access to
records. You can find the City's most up-to-date information
about COVID-19 in Philadelphia as well as announcements regarding current
orders and City operations at: https://www.phila.gov/programs/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/  

We encourage requesters to notify us if there is an
urgent need for information so that we can prioritize the processing of such
requests accordingly during this unusual time. Requesters may email feige.grundman@phila.gov detailing the urgent need for priority processing during the period of official emergency declaration - please provide any relevant court date, agency deadline, or other urgent need so that we can prioritize requests.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you seek a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.  If you seek audio, visual, or bodycam records from the Philadelphia Police Department, you will need to make a request following the instructions in 42 Pa.C.S.A. Sec. 67A03 at https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=42&div=0&chpt=67A. Such requests are not processed under the Right-to-Know Law.   The City of Philadelphia does not process Right-to-Know requests for the organizations listed below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response.  COVID-19
PROCESSING DELAY NOTICE: The City of
Philadelphia remains under an emergency declaration related to COVID-19. ’The City is processing RTK requests,
however, please note that we are experiencing processing delays. COVID-19 continues to constitute a serious risk to
public health in Philadelphia with high risk of community transmission. Many
City offices and operations have limited access to
records. You can find the City's most up-to-date information
about COVID-19 in Philadelphia as well as announcements regarding current
orders and City operations at: https://www.phila.gov/programs/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/  

We encourage requesters to notify us if there is an
urgent need for information so that we can prioritize the processing of such
requests accordingly during this unusual time. Requesters may email feige.grundman@phila.gov detailing the urgent need for priority processing during the period of official emergency declaration - please provide any relevant court date, agency deadline, or other urgent need so that we can prioritize requests.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you seek a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.  If you seek audio, visual, or bodycam records from the Philadelphia Police Department, you will need to make a request following the instructions in 42 Pa.C.S.A. Sec. 67A03 at https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=42&div=0&chpt=67A. Such requests are not processed under the Right-to-Know Law.   The City of Philadelphia does not process Right-to-Know requests for the organizations listed below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response.  COVID-19
PROCESSING DELAY NOTICE: The City of
Philadelphia remains under an emergency declaration related to COVID-19. ’The City is processing RTK requests,
however, please note that we are experiencing processing delays. COVID-19 continues to constitute a serious risk to
public health in Philadelphia with high risk of community transmission. Many
City offices and operations have limited access to
records. You can find the City's most up-to-date information
about COVID-19 in Philadelphia as well as announcements regarding current
orders and City operations at: https://www.phila.gov/programs/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/  

We encourage requesters to notify us if there is an
urgent need for information so that we can prioritize the processing of such
requests accordingly during this unusual time. Requesters may email feige.grundman@phila.gov detailing the urgent need for priority processing during the period of official emergency declaration - please provide any relevant court date, agency deadline, or other urgent need so that we can prioritize requests.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you seek a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.  If you seek audio, visual, or bodycam records from the Philadelphia Police Department, you will need to make a request following the instructions in 42 Pa.C.S.A. Sec. 67A03 at https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=42&div=0&chpt=67A. Such requests are not processed under the Right-to-Know Law.   The City of Philadelphia does not process Right-to-Know requests for the organizations listed below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response.  COVID-19
PROCESSING DELAY NOTICE: The City of
Philadelphia remains under an emergency declaration related to COVID-19. ’The City is processing RTK requests,
however, please note that we are experiencing processing delays. COVID-19 continues to constitute a serious risk to
public health in Philadelphia with high risk of community transmission. Many
City offices and operations have limited access to
records. You can find the City's most up-to-date information
about COVID-19 in Philadelphia as well as announcements regarding current
orders and City operations at: https://www.phila.gov/programs/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/  

We encourage requesters to notify us if there is an
urgent need for information so that we can prioritize the processing of such
requests accordingly during this unusual time. Requesters may email feige.grundman@phila.gov detailing the urgent need for priority processing during the period of official emergency declaration - please provide any relevant court date, agency deadline, or other urgent need so that we can prioritize requests.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you seek a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.  If you seek audio, visual, or bodycam records from the Philadelphia Police Department, you will need to make a request following the instructions in 42 Pa.C.S.A. Sec. 67A03 at https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=42&div=0&chpt=67A. Such requests are not processed under the Right-to-Know Law.   The City of Philadelphia does not process Right-to-Know requests for the organizations listed below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response.  COVID-19
PROCESSING DELAY NOTICE: The City of
Philadelphia remains under an emergency declaration related to COVID-19. ’The City is processing RTK requests,
however, please note that we are experiencing processing delays. COVID-19 continues to constitute a serious risk to
public health in Philadelphia with high risk of community transmission. Many
City offices and operations have limited access to
records. You can find the City's most up-to-date information
about COVID-19 in Philadelphia as well as announcements regarding current
orders and City operations at: https://www.phila.gov/programs/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/  

We encourage requesters to notify us if there is an
urgent need for information so that we can prioritize the processing of such
requests accordingly during this unusual time. Requesters may email feige.grundman@phila.gov detailing the urgent need for priority processing during the period of official emergency declaration - please provide any relevant court date, agency deadline, or other urgent need so that we can prioritize requests.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you seek a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.  If you seek audio, visual, or bodycam records from the Philadelphia Police Department, you will need to make a request following the instructions in 42 Pa.C.S.A. Sec. 67A03 at https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=42&div=0&chpt=67A. Such requests are not processed under the Right-to-Know Law.   The City of Philadelphia does not process Right-to-Know requests for the organizations listed below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response.  COVID-19
PROCESSING DELAY NOTICE: The City of
Philadelphia remains under an emergency declaration related to COVID-19. ’The City is processing RTK requests,
however, please note that we are experiencing processing delays. COVID-19 continues to constitute a serious risk to
public health in Philadelphia with high risk of community transmission. Many
City offices and operations have limited access to
records. You can find the City's most up-to-date information
about COVID-19 in Philadelphia as well as announcements regarding current
orders and City operations at: https://www.phila.gov/programs/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/  

We encourage requesters to notify us if there is an
urgent need for information so that we can prioritize the processing of such
requests accordingly during this unusual time. Requesters may email feige.grundman@phila.gov detailing the urgent need for priority processing during the period of official emergency declaration - please provide any relevant court date, agency deadline, or other urgent need so that we can prioritize requests.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you seek a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.  If you seek audio, visual, or bodycam records from the Philadelphia Police Department, you will need to make a request following the instructions in 42 Pa.C.S.A. Sec. 67A03 at https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=42&div=0&chpt=67A. Such requests are not processed under the Right-to-Know Law.   The City of Philadelphia does not process Right-to-Know requests for the organizations listed below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response.  COVID-19
PROCESSING DELAY NOTICE: The City of
Philadelphia remains under an emergency declaration related to COVID-19. ’The City is processing RTK requests,
however, please note that we are experiencing processing delays. COVID-19 continues to constitute a serious risk to
public health in Philadelphia with high risk of community transmission. Many
City offices and operations have limited access to
records. You can find the City's most up-to-date information
about COVID-19 in Philadelphia as well as announcements regarding current
orders and City operations at: https://www.phila.gov/programs/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/  

We encourage requesters to notify us if there is an
urgent need for information so that we can prioritize the processing of such
requests accordingly during this unusual time. Requesters may email feige.grundman@phila.gov detailing the urgent need for priority processing during the period of official emergency declaration - please provide any relevant court date, agency deadline, or other urgent need so that we can prioritize requests.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you seek a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.  If you seek audio, visual, or bodycam records from the Philadelphia Police Department, you will need to make a request following the instructions in 42 Pa.C.S.A. Sec. 67A03 at https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=42&div=0&chpt=67A. Such requests are not processed under the Right-to-Know Law.   The City of Philadelphia does not process Right-to-Know requests for the organizations listed below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response.  COVID-19
PROCESSING DELAY NOTICE: The City of
Philadelphia remains under an emergency declaration related to COVID-19. ’The City is processing RTK requests,
however, please note that we are experiencing processing delays. COVID-19 continues to constitute a serious risk to
public health in Philadelphia with high risk of community transmission. Many
City offices and operations have limited access to
records. You can find the City's most up-to-date information
about COVID-19 in Philadelphia as well as announcements regarding current
orders and City operations at: https://www.phila.gov/programs/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/  

We encourage requesters to notify us if there is an
urgent need for information so that we can prioritize the processing of such
requests accordingly during this unusual time. Requesters may email feige.grundman@phila.gov detailing the urgent need for priority processing during the period of official emergency declaration - please provide any relevant court date, agency deadline, or other urgent need so that we can prioritize requests.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you seek a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.  If you seek audio, visual, or bodycam records from the Philadelphia Police Department, you will need to make a request following the instructions in 42 Pa.C.S.A. Sec. 67A03 at https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=42&div=0&chpt=67A. Such requests are not processed under the Right-to-Know Law.   The City of Philadelphia does not process Right-to-Know requests for the organizations listed below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic response.  COVID-19 PROCESSING NOTICE: The City of Philadelphia
remains under an emergency declaration related to COVID-19. ’The
City is processing RTK requests. There are instances where
access to records may be limited or require additional processing time to
respond. COVID-19 continues to constitute a serious risk to public health
in Philadelphia with high risk of community transmission. You can find the
City's most up-to-date information about COVID-19 in Philadelphia as well as
announcements regarding current orders and City operations at: https://www.phila.gov/programs/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/  

We encourage requesters to notify us if there is an urgent
need for information so that we can prioritize the processing of such requests
accordingly during this unusual time. Requesters may email
feige.grundman@phila.gov detailing the urgent need
for priority processing during the period of official emergency declaration -
please provide any relevant court date, agency deadline, or other urgent need
so that we can prioritize requests.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you seek a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.  If you seek audio, visual, or bodycam records from the Philadelphia Police Department, you will need to make a request following the instructions in 42 Pa.C.S.A. Sec. 67A03 at https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=42&div=0&chpt=67A. Such requests are not processed under the Right-to-Know Law.   The City of Philadelphia does not process Right-to-Know requests for the organizations listed below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic email.  COVID-19 PROCESSING NOTICE: The City of Philadelphia
remains under an emergency declaration related to COVID-19. ’The
City is processing RTK requests. There are instances where
access to records may be limited or require additional processing time to
respond. COVID-19 continues to constitute a serious risk to public health
in Philadelphia with high risk of community transmission. You can find the
City's most up-to-date information about COVID-19 in Philadelphia as well as
announcements regarding current orders and City operations at: https://www.phila.gov/programs/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/  

We encourage requesters to notify us if there is an urgent
need for information so that we can prioritize the processing of such requests
accordingly during this unusual time. Requesters may email
feige.grundman@phila.gov detailing the urgent need
for priority processing during the period of official emergency declaration -
please provide any relevant court date, agency deadline, or other urgent need
so that we can prioritize requests.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you seek a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.  If you seek audio, visual, or bodycam records from the Philadelphia Police Department, you will need to make a request following the instructions in 42 Pa.C.S.A. Sec. 67A03 at https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=42&div=0&chpt=67A. Such requests are not processed under the Right-to-Know Law.   The City of Philadelphia does not process Right-to-Know requests for the organizations listed below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Re: RE: Pennsylvania Right to Know Act Request #4793 Your receipt number is: 11765 Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic email.  COVID-19 PROCESSING NOTICE: The City of Philadelphia
remains under an emergency declaration related to COVID-19. ’The
City is processing RTK requests. There are instances where
access to records may be limited or require additional processing time to
respond. COVID-19 continues to constitute a serious risk to public health
in Philadelphia with high risk of community transmission. You can find the
City's most up-to-date information about COVID-19 in Philadelphia as well as
announcements regarding current orders and City operations at: https://www.phila.gov/programs/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/  

We encourage requesters to notify us if there is an urgent
need for information so that we can prioritize the processing of such requests
accordingly during this unusual time. Requesters may email
feige.grundman@phila.gov detailing the urgent need
for priority processing during the period of official emergency declaration -
please provide any relevant court date, agency deadline, or other urgent need
so that we can prioritize requests.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you seek a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.  If you seek audio, visual, or bodycam records from the Philadelphia Police Department, you will need to make a request following the instructions in 42 Pa.C.S.A. Sec. 67A03 at https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=42&div=0&chpt=67A. Such requests are not processed under the Right-to-Know Law.   The City of Philadelphia does not process Right-to-Know requests for the organizations listed below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Re: RE: Pennsylvania Right to Know Act Request #4793 Your receipt number is: 11969 Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic email.  COVID-19 PROCESSING NOTICE: The City of Philadelphia
remains under an emergency declaration related to COVID-19. ’The
City is processing RTK requests. There are instances where
access to records may be limited or require additional processing time to
respond. COVID-19 continues to constitute a serious risk to public health
in Philadelphia with high risk of community transmission. You can find the
City's most up-to-date information about COVID-19 in Philadelphia as well as
announcements regarding current orders and City operations at: https://www.phila.gov/programs/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/  

We encourage requesters to notify us if there is an urgent
need for information so that we can prioritize the processing of such requests
accordingly during this unusual time. Requesters may email
feige.grundman@phila.gov detailing the urgent need
for priority processing during the period of official emergency declaration -
please provide any relevant court date, agency deadline, or other urgent need
so that we can prioritize requests.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you seek a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.  If you seek audio, visual, or bodycam records from the Philadelphia Police Department, you will need to make a request following the instructions in 42 Pa.C.S.A. Sec. 67A03 at https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=42&div=0&chpt=67A. Such requests are not processed under the Right-to-Know Law.   The City of Philadelphia does not process Right-to-Know requests for the organizations listed below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Re: RE: Pennsylvania Right to Know Act Request #4793 Your receipt number is: 11969 Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic email.  COVID-19 PROCESSING NOTICE: The City of Philadelphia
remains under an emergency declaration related to COVID-19. ’The
City is processing RTK requests. There are instances where
access to records may be limited or require additional processing time to
respond. COVID-19 continues to constitute a serious risk to public health
in Philadelphia with high risk of community transmission. You can find the
City's most up-to-date information about COVID-19 in Philadelphia as well as
announcements regarding current orders and City operations at: https://www.phila.gov/programs/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/  

We encourage requesters to notify us if there is an urgent
need for information so that we can prioritize the processing of such requests
accordingly during this unusual time. Requesters may email
feige.grundman@phila.gov detailing the urgent need
for priority processing during the period of official emergency declaration -
please provide any relevant court date, agency deadline, or other urgent need
so that we can prioritize requests.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you seek a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.  If you seek audio, visual, or bodycam records from the Philadelphia Police Department, you will need to make a request following the instructions in 42 Pa.C.S.A. Sec. 67A03 at https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=42&div=0&chpt=67A. Such requests are not processed under the Right-to-Know Law.   The City of Philadelphia does not process Right-to-Know requests for the organizations listed below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Re: RE: Pennsylvania Right to Know Act Request #4793 Your receipt number is: 12231 Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic email.  COVID-19 PROCESSING NOTICE: The City of Philadelphia
remains under an emergency declaration related to COVID-19. ’The
City is processing RTK requests. There are instances where
access to records may be limited or require additional processing time to
respond. COVID-19 continues to constitute a serious risk to public health
in Philadelphia with high risk of community transmission. You can find the
City's most up-to-date information about COVID-19 in Philadelphia as well as
announcements regarding current orders and City operations at: https://www.phila.gov/programs/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/  

We encourage requesters to notify us if there is an urgent
need for information so that we can prioritize the processing of such requests
accordingly during this unusual time. Requesters may email
feige.grundman@phila.gov detailing the urgent need
for priority processing during the period of official emergency declaration -
please provide any relevant court date, agency deadline, or other urgent need
so that we can prioritize requests.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you seek a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.  If you seek audio, visual, or bodycam records from the Philadelphia Police Department, you will need to make a request following the instructions in 42 Pa.C.S.A. Sec. 67A03 at https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=42&div=0&chpt=67A. Such requests are not processed under the Right-to-Know Law.   The City of Philadelphia does not process Right-to-Know requests for the organizations listed below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Re: RE: Pennsylvania Right to Know Act Request #4793 Your receipt number is: 12422 Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic email.  COVID-19 PROCESSING NOTICE: The City of Philadelphia
remains under an emergency declaration related to COVID-19. ’The
City is processing RTK requests. There are instances where
access to records may be limited or require additional processing time to
respond. COVID-19 continues to constitute a serious risk to public health
in Philadelphia with high risk of community transmission. You can find the
City's most up-to-date information about COVID-19 in Philadelphia as well as
announcements regarding current orders and City operations at: https://www.phila.gov/programs/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/  

We encourage requesters to notify us if there is an urgent
need for information so that we can prioritize the processing of such requests
accordingly during this unusual time. Requesters may email
feige.grundman@phila.gov detailing the urgent need
for priority processing during the period of official emergency declaration -
please provide any relevant court date, agency deadline, or other urgent need
so that we can prioritize requests.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you seek a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.  If you seek audio, visual, or bodycam records from the Philadelphia Police Department, you will need to make a request following the instructions in 42 Pa.C.S.A. Sec. 67A03 at https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=42&div=0&chpt=67A. Such requests are not processed under the Right-to-Know Law.   The City of Philadelphia does not process Right-to-Know requests for the organizations listed below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

From: Mayor's Office

THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA Re: RE: Pennsylvania Right to Know Act Request #4793 Your receipt number is: 12591 Dear Taylor Amarel,

Thank you for your correspondence. This is an automatic email.  COVID-19 PROCESSING NOTICE: The City of Philadelphia
remains under an emergency declaration related to COVID-19. ’The
City is processing RTK requests. There are instances where
access to records may be limited or require additional processing time to
respond. COVID-19 continues to constitute a serious risk to public health
in Philadelphia with high risk of community transmission. You can find the
City's most up-to-date information about COVID-19 in Philadelphia as well as
announcements regarding current orders and City operations at: https://www.phila.gov/programs/coronavirus-disease-2019-covid-19/  

We encourage requesters to notify us if there is an urgent
need for information so that we can prioritize the processing of such requests
accordingly during this unusual time. Requesters may email
feige.grundman@phila.gov detailing the urgent need
for priority processing during the period of official emergency declaration -
please provide any relevant court date, agency deadline, or other urgent need
so that we can prioritize requests.  Did you know that the City already releases a lot of information and open data online? You might be able to find the answer to your inquiry right now!


Here are some common types of requests we receive and where to find this information online right now:  

Search for a property's L&I related permits, licenses, violations, and appeals with the L&I property history tool. 

Search for a property's Real Estate Tax Balance with the Revenue Department's tax real estate lookup tool. 

Find all of the City of Philadelphia's open data sets, including City employee salary data, on Open Data Philly, the Philadelphia region's open data portal. 

Search information about professional service contracts online at eContract Philly. 

Search information about procurement contracts online with PHL Contracts. 

Search City legislation and related hearings online with Legistar. 

Obtain financial disclosure forms from the Department of Records. 


If you seek a police incident report, you can obtain the proper form from the Department of Records. Please note that police incident reports cost $25.  If you seek audio, visual, or bodycam records from the Philadelphia Police Department, you will need to make a request following the instructions in 42 Pa.C.S.A. Sec. 67A03 at https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=42&div=0&chpt=67A. Such requests are not processed under the Right-to-Know Law.   Use the forms on this page to request copies of public safety reports from the Department of Records:
The form for requesting a copy of a traffic accident report The form for requesting a records check or letter of good conduct from the Philadelphia Police Department The form for requesting a Fire Report The form for requesting an Emergency Medical Services Report The City of Philadelphia does not process Right-to-Know requests for the organizations listed below. If you want to submit a request to one of these entities, please click the links below to be directed to their Open Records Policies: 

Philadelphia Parking Authority 


School District of Philadelphia 


City of Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office 


Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority 


First Judicial District (Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas) 


If one of these sources has solved your inquiry, please let us know! Otherwise, thank you for your patience, and we will be in touch soon.  Sincerely, The City of Philadelphia Please Note: To help make sure that future emails from us don't end up in your spam or junk folder, please add this email address to your safe sender list.

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