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A Message from the Civic Council

A Message from the Civic Council

To our members and readers: Over the past few weeks, we have felt deep sadness and anger for the injustices that continue to be inflicted upon the Black community. The recent killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and too many others—have made inescapable the need for immediate and sustained action to overcome persistent and […]read more >>

Dear Neighbors: Please Support Our Local Businesses

Dear Neighbors: Please Support Our Local Businesses

Now more than ever, it is essential to support our local businesses, so that we will be able to continue to patronize them in the future.read more >>

A Message From Our Trustees

A Message From Our Trustees

To our members, readers and community: The Park Slope Civic Council sends positive thoughts to you and our Brooklyn neighbors during these difficult times. We hope that you and your loved ones are well. Given that we are practicing our “social distancing”, we are postponing or suspending all of our near-term events. We would like […]read more >>

From Our Blog

Meet our new Trustees!

Meet our new Trustees!

The Park Slope Civic Council recently approved the new slate of officers and trustees at the Annual Membership Meeting on June 4, 2020. Among the slate were 6 outstanding new additions to the trustee pool. read more >>

2020 Community Service Scholarships Awarded

2020 Community Service Scholarships Awarded

The Park Slope Civic Council awarded Community Service Scholarships to four remarkable high school students at the year end virtual Zoom meeting on Thursday, June 4, 2020. read more >>

Donate To Fight Hunger in NYC

Donate To Fight Hunger in NYC

1 in 4 New York City residents are suffering from hunger due to Covid-19 and the loss of their jobs or reduction in their income. For those of us that have been spared this personal crisis, we can assist by donating to organizations whose mission it is to feed the growing legions of hungry households. Please help to alleviate this hunger crisis.read more >>