Rebuilding Community Infrastructure (Rebuild) is a seven-year, $500 million investment in Philadelphia’s neighborhoods. The money will be used to improve neighborhood parks, libraries, recreation centers, and playgrounds with the goals of promoting equity and encouraging economic growth across the city. These improvements are also expected to promote educational opportunities for children, support healthy lifestyles for all, improve public safety in our shared spaces, and create jobs for Philadelphians.
Rebuild has outlined its plan for operations through June 2019 in its Project Statement, including the first round of sites proposed for investment. The Project Statement is subject to City Council approval. Read the Project Statement here.