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3 Summer Strolls – all in Park Slope!

3 Summer Strolls – all in Park Slope!

We hope you’ll join us for one of these 3 upcoming Park Slope walksread more >>

Ortner Awards inaugurated to support the preservation of Park Slope

Ortner Awards inaugurated to support the preservation of Park Slope

The Historic District Committee of the Park Slope Civic Council has established an annual awards program (details here) to encourage construction projects and interventions that enhance the appearance of Park Slope. The Evelyn and Everett Ortner Park Slope Preservation Awards honors the couple that did so much to transform our community from a neighborhood in […]read more >>

Save the date (Oct. 15) – 3rd annual Food For Thought!

Save the date (Oct. 15) – 3rd annual Food For Thought!

The PSCC is thrilled to be planning our third annual “Food for Thought” fundraiser on Wednesday, October 15, 2014, 6:30 to 9:00 p.m.read more >>

From Our Blog

Please Help Fight Hunger in Park Slope

Please Help Fight Hunger in Park Slope

Hunger in New York City is a growing and pervasive problem … and Park Slope is no exception. The shelves at local food pantries are often stripped bare and food kitchens cannot serve all who line up to be fed. But we can do our part to help alleviate this problem. At the April 3rd […]read more >>

Civic Council’s Business Members

Civic Council’s Business Members

These local individuals, merchants and organizations are Business Members of the Park Slope Civic Council. read more >>

City Reduces Speed Limit on Prospect Park West

City Reduces Speed Limit on Prospect Park West

On January 17, 2014 the New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) advised the Civic Council, elected officials, and others that it was reducing the speed limit on Prospect Park West from 30 MPH to 25 MPH and installing speed limit signs.  At the same time, DOT is changing the signal progression (timing) to support […]read more >>