Community Engagement

Engagement Committee

Being part of the Navy Yard includes access to a diverse business community that offers opportunities not just for growth, but also initiatives to foster civic and corporate engagement in the community. Representatives from Navy Yard businesses meet quarterly as the Navy Yard Engagement Committee to discuss and plan community events and programs.

We are focused on four key areas of engagement: education, energy, sustainability, and community.

Adoption of a Philadelphia Public School

We support our Philadelphia neighbors and community partners. In collaboration with the School District of Philadelphia, the Navy Yard adopted the F. Amedee Bregy Elementary School, a K-8 school serving South Philadelphia since 1923. Our goal in this adoption is to support, collaborate in, and facilitate opportunities for the students of Bregy Elementary to achieve their full potential. The Navy Yard will support Bregy Elementary through initiatives such as school supply drives, career development, and events like an anti-bullying assembly in conjunction with the Harlem Globetrotters.

recentCommunity Happenings

November 16, 2023

Newsletter Archive

Catch up on all of the latest Navy Yard news and be sure to sign up for our newsletter emails.

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November 7, 2023

Take Our Survey, Help Us Build Better Campus Programming

The Navy Yard offers a variety of public spaces for events, races, festivals, programs, activities, and performances that are consistent with PIDC’s goals of increasing the regional visibility of the Navy Yard and engaging Navy Yard employees, stakeholders, and the surrounding community.  As we work with our development partners at Ensemble/Mosaic to build Philadelphia’s next

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November 2, 2023

Lunch Truck Lineup – 2023 Schedule

The 2023 Lunch Truck Line Up season has ended and will resume in 2024. We will communicate more information in early 2024 on our website, blog, and social media channels when the new season is scheduled to resume. Thank you.

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