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City of Philadelphia
Official website of the City of Philadelphia, includes information on municipal services, permits, licenses, and records for citizens and businesses.
City of Philadelphia
Official website of the City of Philadelphia, includes information on municipal services, permits, licenses, and records for citiz...
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License Confidence: 71%
Document Confidence: 70%
Business Confidence: 69%
Information Confidence: 69%
Official Confidence: 67%
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ⓘ This website is ranked #43.369 by Alexa.
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|Top level heading|
|City of philadelphia|
|Apply for the board of education|
|Equity and opportunity for all: priorities for our second term|
|2019: rebuild by the numbers|
|Submit cdc tax credit applications on january 14|
|2nd level heading|
|The latest news + events|
|Connect with city government|
|3rd level heading|
|More from the city of philadelphia|
|Parks & recreation finder|
|Licenses, inspections & permits|
|About the redesign|
|Where are we in the redesign process?|
|ınteract with 311 online|
|4th level heading|
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