Introducing the Sheriff's Sale WebApp

Within the next few weeks, the Office of the Sheriff will release new functionality to our website to make it easier to search for Sheriff's Sale properties. Our new Sheriff’s Sale WebApp is an interactive web application that allows you to search for and browse properties for sale, view those properties as a list or on an interactive map, create custom lists that can be saved for future viewing, discover details about particular properties, and easily download the information that you want.

Easily Search for Properties

The Sheriff's Sale WebApp makes it easy to search for properties sold at Sheriff's Sale. You can search for a specific property by its address, book/writ number, or OPA number. You can view all properties being sold at a particular auction. You can also take advantage of the new "Advanced Search" features that allow you to search properties with a variety of parameters including, sale status, range of sale dates, opening bid, and attorney.

Browse Properties as a List or on an Interactive Map

In addition to viewing a simple list of properties being sold at auction, you can also browse properties on an interactive map. That way you can see which properties are for sale in a particular neighborhood. Each property on the map is color coded depending on whether the property is a mortgage foreclosure sale, or a tax sale.

Discover Details about Properties for Sale

By clicking on individual properties, you can view details about that property including sale date, sale type, opening bid, attorney on record, property owner, assessed value, zoning designation, and more. You will even be able to see a "Google Maps Street View" of the property to get a sense of what it looks like.

Add Properties to a "My Favorites" List

After browsing through the properties, you can easily add properties you are interested in to a "My Favorites" list for easy reference. You can download that list and bring it with you to a Sheriff's Sale.

Create and Save Custom Lists of Properties

The Sheriff's Sale WebApp makes it easy to query custom lists of properties across many parameters. By registering for an account, you can save your lists in the app for future reference.

Easily Download Data

Sheriff Jewell Williams is committed to making the Sheriff's Sale process more open and transparent. That's why we made it easy to download the data that you want as a spreadsheet so you can use that information how you want to use it. Any list of data that you pull up in the app can be downloaded with the click of a button.

Sheriff's Office Bike Patrol Deliver Gifts to CHOP

Members of the Sheriff of Philadelphia's Bike Patrol Unit took to the streets of West Philadelphia to deliver bundles of toys on bikes and a truck that normally transports defendants back and forth to court was overflowing with bags of toys collected over several weeks by the Bike Unit and other employees of the Office of the Sheriff of Philadelphia City and County. The toys were delivered to the Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia for those patients unable to be in their own homes and beds over the holidays.

Sheriff Jewell Williams speaks at 100 men rally against domestic vtolence

"We will stop domestic violence," said Sheriff Jewell Williams, "one man and one woman at time." The Sheriff spoke at the 100 Men Rally organized by the Lutheran Settlement House and held at Love Park on Saturday, October 18 in Center City Philadelphia.

The Sheriff urged that people "count to ten" instead of using hands to hurt our women, children or others. "Take a walk around the block, put your hands in your pocket" he said. Punching and bullying won't break the cycle but thinking before you act might. He urged that man or woman who have exhibited abusive behavior or grown up with it "seek help".....we must stop domestic violence, he said.

He urged the use of gun locks to prevent further damage and disruptions to any family.

Sheriff Williams Participates in the Hero Thrill Show

Jewell Williams, the Sheriff of Philadelphia City and County, participated in the Hero Thrill Show on Saturday, September 20th. The mission of the Hero Thrill Show is to raise money to pay for the college tuition of children of Philadelphia Police Officers, Firefighters and Sheriff Officers killed in the line of duty.

Sheriff Jewell Williams Joins Thousands of Others In Support Of the 30th Anniversary of National Night Out

Sheriff Jewell Williams joined several other politicians and dignitaries including Congressman Bob Brady, Mayor Michael Nutter, City Councilman Curtis Jones, members of the band Pieces of A Dream, as well as union officials and dozens of others at the kickoff of the National Night Out activities at 75th & Lansdowne Avenue.

The event on August 4th, 2014, kicked off dozens of other activities held across the city in recognition of the 30th Anniversary of National Night Out which began here in Philadelphia in 1984.

“The significance of National Night Out is much more than people turning on their porch lights, or sitting on their steps”, said Sheriff Williams.  “It is a national event that focuses on the spirit and sense of responsibility and accountability that makes a neighborhood worthy of the name, and enhances the quality of life for the individuals living there”.

Sheriff Williams also participated in activities at the Feltonville Boys & Girls Club, Parkside Association of Philadelphia, and the South of South Town Watch organization.

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