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Civic Council Launches Cleanup Program with City Funding

Civic Council Launches Cleanup Program with City Funding

In April of this year, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a new program, the City Cleanup Corps (CCC), described as “a New Deal-inspired economic recovery program to directly create 10,000 jobs and make New York City the cleanest, greenest city in the United States.” The program provides funds for hiring interns across ten City agencies […]read more >>

Sustainability Day Success

Sustainability Day Success

Over 350 people gathered on Saturday, November 6th to pick up litter from sidewalks, weed and mulch tree pits, drop off e-waste, or shred personal documents during the Civic Council’s Fall Sustainability Day. Using the John Jay Educational Campus as home base, volunteers spent the day cleaning and beautifying the tree beds and sidewalks along […]read more >>

From the PSCC President

From the PSCC President

I don’t know about you, but for me, there’s definitely a different feel in the air in Park Slope this autumn. Covid continues to be a concern, but 5th and 7th Avenues appear as busy as ever with pedestrians and shoppers. The sidewalk and in-street restaurant pop-ups seem busy. Merchants I speak with are more optimistic about their businesses. read more >>

From Our Blog

Civic Council Joins the Fight for Grand Prospect Hall

Civic Council Joins the Fight for Grand Prospect Hall

The Park Slope Civic Council has added its voice to the fight to save Grand Prospect Hall’s facade.read more >>

Spring/Summer 2021 Civic News

Spring/Summer 2021 Civic News

We invite you to look over this latest edition of Civic News, PSCC’s award-winning newsletter.read more >>