Road Closures and Parking Restrictions for 2020 Women’s March

Contact: Lauren Cox (Press Only) lauren.cox@phila.gov (215) 686-6210 Members of the public can contact (215) 686-3488 City Announces Road Closures and Parking Restrictions for 2020 Women’s March on Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA—The City of Philadelphia today released the road closures and parking restrictions associated with the 2020 Women’s March on Philadelphia. On Saturday, January 18, 2020, the Women’s … Continue reading Road Closures and Parking Restrictions for 2020 Women’s March

Road Closures and Parking Restrictions for 2019 Women’s March

Published by: Managing Director’s Office, Office of Special Events Contact: Sarah Reyes sarah.reyes@phila.gov (215) 686-6210   PHILADELPHIA – On Saturday, January 19, 2019, two rallies in support of the “Women’s March” movement will take place on portions of Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Love Park (JFK Plaza), Eakins Oval, and the east apron of the Philadelphia Museum of … Continue reading Road Closures and Parking Restrictions for 2019 Women’s March

City Announces Road Closures and Parking Restrictions for Women’s March

Published by: Office of Special Events, Office of the Mayor Contact: Ajeenah Amir ajeenah.amir@phila.gov (215) 686-6210    For immediate release: City Announces Road Closures and Parking Restrictions for 2018 Women’s March  PHILADELPHIA – On Saturday, January 20th, 2018, the “Women’s March on Philadelphia” demonstration will take place on Benjamin Franklin Parkway and Eakins Oval.  To ensure the safety of participants and … Continue reading City Announces Road Closures and Parking Restrictions for Women’s March

Women’s March in Philadelphia

For Immediate Release: January 19, 2017 Published By: Office of the Mayor Contact: Ajeenah Amir, (215) 686-6210, Ajeenah.Amir@phila.gov PHILADELPHIA – On Saturday, January 21st, 2017, the “Women’s March in Philadelphia” demonstration will take place on Benjamin Franklin Parkway and Eakins Oval.  To ensure the safety of participants and the public, road closures and parking restrictions … Continue reading Women’s March in Philadelphia