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The 56th Annual Park Slope House Tour [Sun., May 17!]

The 56th Annual Park Slope House Tour [Sun., May 17!]

PSCC’s PARK SLOPE HOUSE TOUR (May 17 this year) is an event you should put down in ink on your calendar. Contact a friend or 2 or 3, so you can combine looking and oohing with catching up!read more >>

Park Slope Civic Council Endorses MoveNY Fair Plan

Park Slope Civic Council Endorses MoveNY Fair Plan

At its Board of Trustees meeting on April 2, 2015, the Park Slope Civic Council endorsed the MoveNY Fair Plan following a motion from the Livable Streets Committee and two community forums on this, one on February 19 and the other on March 26.  This plan would institute cashless, all-electronic tolling (with license plate readers […]read more >>

MOVE NY FAIR PLAN PUBLIC MEETING

MOVE NY FAIR PLAN PUBLIC MEETING

The Move NY Fair Plan is a comprehensive proposal that addresses the health of New York City’s transportation system. It aims to reduce traffic congestion and fund transportation and transit improvements. Please join Campaign Coordinator and Analyst Jonathan Matz to discuss the regional and local implications of the plan. WHERE: 78th Precinct, 4th floor (65 […]read more >>

From Our Blog

PSCC Holds Livable Streets Workshop

PSCC Holds Livable Streets Workshop

On Sunday, March 22, some 40 members of the community spent the morning at Congregation Beth Elohim to take part in the Civic Council’s community workshop on livable streets. This livable streets workshop, the first since 2009, focused on four areas relating to the streets in our community. Judy Willig, Executive Director of Heights and […]read more >>

Spring Civic Sweep

Spring Civic Sweep

Make a clean sweep of our neighborhood by joining the Park Slope Civic Council at its annual spring beautification, recycling and clean-up event – the Spring Civic Sweep on Sunday, April 26, 2015. read more >>

PSCC Weighs in on the Mayor’s “Housing New York: Zoning for Quality and Affordability” Plan

PSCC  Weighs in on  the Mayor’s  “Housing New York: Zoning for Quality and Affordability” Plan

Joining neighborhood organizations throughout New York City, PSCC Trustees and members had a spirited discussion (at the April Trustees meeting) about the de Blasio Administration’s zoning proposal, “Housing New York: Zoning for Quality and Affordability.” While PSCC strongly endorses the goal of increasing affordable housing and senior housing throughout the city, the consensus was that […]read more >>