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Volunteer with PSCC and Prospect Park Alliance at Mulchfest!

Volunteer with PSCC and  Prospect Park Alliance at Mulchfest!

On Saturday, January 12, or Sunday, January 13, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., bring your holiday tree to the Third Street entrance of Prospect Park or the Park Circle entrance at Parkside Avenue and Prospect Park Southwest. Your tree will be turned into environment-friendly mulch, which you can take home free of charge for your own garden.read more >>

Fall/Winter 2018 Civic News

Fall/Winter 2018 Civic News

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

You Can Help Protect The Botanic Garden from Outsized Development

You Can Help Protect The Botanic Garden from Outsized Development

The Park Slope Civic Council opposes a project proposed by Bruce Eicher for a site adjacent to the eastern boundary of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden that would involve a rezoning application involving a more than 300% increase in the allowable density of the site. 1,450 housing units in a building that is planned to be more than 40 stories tall, would forever overwhelm the botanic garden and its greenhouse visually and with significant shadows for much of the day read more >>

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Park Slope Civic Council’s Small Business Committee Presents an Initiative of the United States Postal Service in Association with the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID

Park Slope Civic Council’s Small Business Committee Presents an Initiative of the United States Postal Service in Association with the Park Slope Fifth Avenue BID

In case you missed it, we’ve started an exciting initiative with the United States Postal Service. Read below and get involved! Sign up and give it a try!   We have some exciting news. The United States Postal Service in Washington has chosen five communities in the United States to test a unique marketing and […]read more >>