The Latest from the Civic Council

House Tour 2017

House Tour 2017

Beautiful Park Slope homes will be on view Sunday May 21 from 12 noon through 5 pm.read more >>



Second annual PSCC Walk-a-thon

Second annual PSCC Walk-a-thon

The 2nd annual Brooklyn Kids Charity Walkathon will be held on Friday, May 12 at 4:30 pm at the Grand Army Plaza entrance to Prospect Park.read more >>



Integration Matters – Separate is Never Equal

Integration Matters – Separate is Never Equal

School Segregation too Close to Home New York City schools are among the most segregated in the nation. As documented by the UCLA Civil Rights Project in 2014, more than half of NYC public school students 1 attend schools that are more than 90% Black and Latino, despite the fact that Black and Latino students make […]read more >>



“When Movies Were King”

“When Movies Were King”

As the Pavilion morphs (later this year, I’m told) into the Nitehawk Park Slope, we thought we’d look WAY BACK to a time when one could see a movie each day in the Slope without coming close to seeing all the films then screening.read more >>



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The Trust for Public Land – Hard at work in Park Slope

The Trust for Public Land – Hard at work in Park Slope

The Trust for Public Land is a national non-profit organization that creates parks and protects land for people. Join us in learning more about their work in New York City.read more >>

Citywide Transit Plan

Citywide Transit Plan

Join the NYC Dept. of Transportation for a series of public workshops to discuss the future of Select Bus Service and public transportation in NYC.read more >>