The Latest from the Civic Council

Arts Festival Comes to Park Slope!

Arts Festival Comes to Park Slope!

These (Sat.-Sun 9/24-25) are the last 2 days of Art Slope. The first week was widely acclaimed. Perfect weather predicted – see Park Slope at its most exciting and most “art-ful!”read more >>



Food For Thought – 2016

Food For Thought – 2016

The PSCC invites you to our Food for Thought event on Wednesday, October 19, 2016, 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. Truly the don’t-miss-it autumn affair in Park Slope!read more >>



Civic Council Awards Scholarships to 4 Remarkable Students from the John Jay Educational Complex

Civic Council Awards Scholarships to 4 Remarkable Students from the John Jay Educational Complex

Congratulations to 3 very deserving recipients of PSCC College Scholarships!read more >>



Park Slope Historic District Expands into North Slope

Park Slope Historic District Expands into North Slope

Civic Leaders, Elected Officials Celebrate Addition of Nearly 300 Exemplary Buildings, Preservation of North Slope’s Architectural Integrityread more >>



Invitation to Apply an Ortner Preservation Award

Invitation to Apply an Ortner Preservation Award

Applications are now being accepted for the Park Slope Civic Council’s 2016 Evelyn and Everett Ortner Park Slope Preservation Awards. The Awards, which were inaugurated last year, recognize projects that are compatible with the historic architecture of Park Slope and interventions by individuals or groups to protect the neighborhood’s historic character.read more >>



News/Blog

Combating West Nile

Combating West Nile

West Nile Virus season is from April 1 to October 31. Standing water – a major source of risk – is commonplace throughout Park Slope in containers left in yards and on indentations on the flat roofs of many buildings.read more >>

The latest Civic News (PSCC’s newsletter)

The latest Civic News (PSCC’s newsletter)

Spring-Summer 2016 Civic Newsread more >>

Energy efficiency and other home upgrades may benefit you up to $5K

Energy efficiency and other home upgrades may benefit you up to $5K

The Pratt Center for Community Development is studying how to make it easier, cheaper, and faster for homeowners to implement energy upgrades in their homes. Selected homeowners will receive home improvements that will not only save energy but improve the health, comfort, and safety of their buildings. To learn the particulars – please note that […]read more >>