The Latest from the Civic Council

We are hiring a Communications & Data Manager!

We are hiring a Communications & Data Manager!

The Civic Council has plans to emerge from the COVID pandemic with renewed energy, visibility and positive impact on the Park Slope neighborhood.  In order to enable important new initiatives, we are creating a new position, the Communications and Data Manager, that will provide staff support in a wide variety of ways for members, trustees […]read more >>

Community Grants Cycle is Open – Apply Now!

Community Grants Cycle is Open – Apply Now!

The Park Slope Civic Council is accepting applications for grants to be awarded to community groups for projects in the arts, education, youth programs and civic improvement.read more >>

2021 Ortner Preservation Awards – Application deadline March 15, 2021!

2021 Ortner Preservation Awards – Application deadline March 15, 2021!

Have you or someone you know restored their property to its original grandeur? Stopped a piece of Park Slope history from being lost forever? Tell us about it! Submissions for 2021 Ortner Preservation Awards are being accepted now – the deadline is March 15, 2021. read more >>

From Our Blog

Center for Community Health Opens

Center for Community Health Opens

The Center for Community Health (CCH) at NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital has opened its doors! At CCH, the Cancer Center provides the community with the convenience of a full range of screening, diagnostic, and ambulatory treatment services in one location. Additional services will come online later this winter, including ambulatory surgery, cardiology, gastroenterology and endoscopy, […]read more >>

Tour Park Slope with Francis Morrone!

Tour Park Slope with Francis Morrone!

Notable architectural historian – and Park Slope resident – Francis Morrone, will conduct three virtual tours of Park Slope on behalf of the Park Slope Civic Council this winter.read more >>

The Civic Council Supports the Brooklyn Relief Kitchen…And So Can You!

The Civic Council Supports the Brooklyn Relief Kitchen…And So Can You!

On November 14, in recognition of the Brooklyn Relief Kitchen’s vital work in addressing the persistent hunger crisis throughout Brooklyn communities, the Park Slope Civic Council presented a $2,500 grant to BRK’s co-founders.read more >>