Street Closures in Queen Village

Partial and full street closures are happening in Queen Village as the City Streets Department undertakes an aggressive schedule to repair and repave streets throughout the city.

Villagers can find the most up-to-date information on street and sidewalk closures (current and future) by using the City’s interactive tool, found here.  This website is updated every 30 minutes.

Your Participation in The Census is Vital

The 2020 Census counts everyone living in the United States. Your answers to 10 questions will shape the next 10 years of decisions that impact Queen Village, the City of Philadelphia, our state and the rest of our country.  

Getting a complete and accurate census count is critically important. That’s why your response is required by law. If you do not respond, the U.S. Census Bureau will follow up in person to collect your response.

Census counts happen every 10 years. Its results inform decisions by elected officials about allocating hundreds of billions of dollars in federal funding—for hospitals, fire departments, school lunch programs, plans for highways and other critical programs and services. 

Since the Census results in a U.S. population count, it is also used to adjust or redraw electoral districts, based on where populations have increased or decreased. Read more at  

The 2020 Census asks only 10 questions. There is no citizenship question. See for yourself at

The answers you provide are used only to produce statistics. By law, the Census Bureau is not permitted to publicly release your responses in any way that could identify you or anyone else in your home. Read more at

Each of us can powerfully and positively impact our next ten years with one single act:  participate in the census. 

Please participate in the 2020 Census today at

Planning to Vote by Mail? Take Action Now!

QVNA helps promote civic engagement and voting in elections. To prepare for the November 3rd General Election, we have a few fact to share:

There’s no physical difference between the mail-in ballot (in Pennsylvania). The difference is WHY the ballot is used:
  • Mail-in ballots do not require a reason to use it. 
  • Absentee ballots are traditionally allotted to people who won’t be home during an election.
For all voter registration needs, to go (or call 1-877-877-3772)
  • October 19th is the deadline for voter registration
To apply for mail-in ballot, to go (or call 1-877-877-3772)
  • October 27th at 5:00 p.m. is the deadline for mail-in or absentee ballot applications. 
    • You must have a valid PA driver’s license or a photo I.D. 
    • Apply early to receive your ballot before the election. 
If you voted by mail in the primaries and want to see if you will automatically receive your November 3rd election ballot, go to
  • Ballots will be mailed to voters in early October.
  • Complete your ballot and mail it as soon as possible. Officials and politicians in Philadelphia are urging voters to postmark their ballots at least two weeks before the election.
Vote in the November 3 General Election:
  • Mail-in ballots MUST be received by the Board of Elections by November 3, 8:00 p.m. 
  • An alternative to mailing your ballot is using the dedicated drop-off box at City Hall (located between the Octavius Catto statue and the south entrance) or find another location at
  • To vote in person between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m., find your polling place at